The aim of this free showcase is to inform and enthuse the audience about the prospects of future technologies based on devices with functional molecules. Speakers include Evonetix, Oxford Nanopore Technololgies and Prowler.io. The showcase is sponsored by the EPSRC Programme Grant QuEEN, which is all about how electricity flows through a single molecule.
FutureYou Cambridge is inviting Cambridgeshire locals and dog-owning customers to join them for their inaugural Curcupet-K9 Dog Walk over the Gog Magog Hills.
Free evening AI Frenzy with networking opportunities
The CETC's annual summer drinks reception
Want to transform your presentations into a powerful means of communication? Then come along to this full day PowerPoint course. In this course, you will learn how to enhance presentations with with features that will transform basic presentations into a powerful means of communication.
Developing and launching a technology product is never easy...with the added complexity of Cloud and IoT it can be a minefield.
Where leadership begins! ... Rotary recognises that today's young people are tomorrow's leaders and they often need help to make themselves more valuable to their community and organisations. Rotary Youth Leader Award (RYLA) is a Rotary International project with a proven record of personal development and leadership for young people.
Cycle September is a fun, free competition where organisations compete to see which workplace can get the most staff to try cycling. There are loads of prizes (like a holiday to New Zealand!) to win by riding and encouraging friends and colleagues.
At the end of the course the participant should be able to enhance their documents with Tables, Headers and Footers and Graphics. Our training centre is located on the outskirts of Cambridge with easy road and rail transport links. We provide professional and enthusiastic training and of course there is a pub lunch to look forward to!
Collaboration is becoming a key strategy to address unmet needs in medicine. Collaboration can offer a solution when a company encounters a challenge outside its expertise or reaches capacity and it offers great potential to increase efficiency and innovation.
Designed for new users. The aim of this course is to introduce working with spreadsheets and simple calculations. At the end of the session you will be able to create, edit and format spreadsheets using number and font formatting; alter the structure of the spreadsheet by inserting, deleting and resizing columns and rows.
A two-day collaborative event for developers, designers, researchers and innovators to prototype new ideas that bring cutting-edge technology to open research.
Free Evening Networking Event
The General Data Protection Regulations (“GDPR”) have now been in force in the United Kingdom for over a year, and we are beginning to see the impact of such changes with large fines on multi-million corporations such as British Airways and Marriott.
The new Greater Cambridge Local Plan will be a positive plan for the future development of Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire.
Familiarise yourself with beginners Excel 2016 formulas and many other Excel functions. This 1 Day Microsoft Excel 2016 beginners training course is available to run on most days, either at your own premises or at the local Cambourne Venue.
Access the support you need. Find out what you don’t know. Find out more of what you need to know.
This training course qualifies you as a Mental Health First Aider. This is an internationally recognised training course delivered by qualified Your People Potential Mental Health First Aid instructors.
You will be taught a set of practical skills that enable you to support someone experiencing mental health issues.
Intensive three-day programme offering an excellent opportunity to gain an overview of the field of tribology.
The Open Programme offers individuals five days of five-day course of lectures, workshops and visits focusing on research commercialisation. The course is aimed at those who wish to understand the basics of how new ideas and research outcomes are commercialised at the University of Cambridge and in the wider Cambridge Cluster.