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Research and innovation

Innovation

Located at the heart of the Greater Cambridge technology cluster, the St John’s Innovation Centre, established by the College in 1987 as part of St John's Innovation Park, exists to provide a dynamic and supportive incubation environment to accelerate the growth of ambitious innovative firms in the Cambridge region.

Read more about St John's Innovation Centre here.

Research Groups and Conferences

There are several research groups at St John's and conferences that take place at the College -  see below for more information on the current groups and recent conferences.

Research Groups

St John's Reading Group on Health Inequalities

Conferences

Understanding the Rise of Political Englishness

Distinguished Lecture Series

St John's hosts a variety of distinguished lectures over the course of the academic year. Click on the links below for more information.

Dirac Lectures

Linacre Lectures

Hinsley Memorial Lectures

The Newell Classics Event

Lectures at the University of Hull

Researchers and Visitors

St John's welcomes many different visitors to the College.

Visiting Scholars have always enriched academic life here at St John's. We welcome visitors at different stages in their careers from all over the world.

Meet our Visiting Scholars

 

College Research Associates

The College Research Associates are post-doctoral Research Fellows of the University who augment the Fellowship in their specialist research fields. Each College Research Associate is appointed for several years, and they provide a particularly relevant point of contact for the graduate members of the College who may be considering remaining in academia, able to offer insight into the career and role of a junior academic.

Meet our College Research Associates

 

Research Fellows

Up to six Research Fellows are elected annually. The Fellowships are extremely competitive and typically less than one candidate in 100 is successful. Research Fellows are supported by the College while they pursue their research interests.

Meet our Research Fellows