Cambridge Existential Risks Initiative

The Cambridge Existential Risks Initiative (CERI, pronounced /ˈkɛri/) is a network of academics and students at the University of Cambridge focused on existential risk reduction.

The CERI Fellowship provides aspiring researchers with an in-person, paid, 10-week summer research fellowship in Cambridge to do research and become immersed in the community developing ways to mitigate extreme threats to humanity.


As of July 2022, CERI has received nearly $750,000 in funding from Open Philanthropy to support the CERI Fellowship.[1]


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