Research Fellow appears on Raymond Nicolet Trust podcast

Dr Carolyn Cobbold, a Research Fellow at Clare Hall, appears in a new podcast published by the Raymond Nicolet Trust. During the recording she discusses how she's broken boundaries in our society, reflecting on her multidisciplinary work in the environment and research into the history of food.

Dr Cobbold comments:
"I was very honoured to be asked to contribute to the Raymond Nicolet Trust podcast series to talk about my involvement in the environment, climate change adaptation and the history of food. These are all issues of growing international importance which young people are becoming increasingly engaged with." 

Tune into the podcast via YouTube.

Learn more about Dr Cobbold's career in our recent blog.


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