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Reflections on my industry placement at Cambridge Cognition

PhD student Rachel Lees joined Cambridge Cognition on an industry placement in May 2022. Here she reflects on her experience.

My experience as an R&D intern at Cambridge Cognition

Vic joined Cambridge Cognition in late 2021 as an intern in our R&D team. As her internship comes to a close, we caught up with her to find out more about her experience.

If you're interested in joining us as our next R&D intern, you can view the details here.

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