5th HVM New Materials 2019 Conference Summit - with support from the Cambridge Graphene Centre and Graphene@Manchester, IOM3, Versarien, William Blythe and Darktrace. Following on from CIR’s HVM since 2002 and Materials & 4IR Conferences since 2013, this executive conference summit will bring together technology innovators and entrepreneurs to solve grand challenges.
Following the release of the Online Harms White Paper, this event will examine the technical and regulatory challenges of making the UK the safest place in the world to go online.
This mini workshop session will provide an introduction to dealing with emotions at work, help you to identify possible underlying factors and enable you to cope better at work and at home.
David Fairen-Jimenez, a Royal Society University Research Fellow in the Dept of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, will be this term’s speaker, talking about molecular engineering of porous materials and their possible applications in clean energy and drug delivery systems.
Assertiveness is not always about getting your own way, but it is about being able to confidently express your own needs. This workshop is about understanding what assertiveness really means to you, and how to be more assertive when you need to be.
The difficulties of operating the most southerly UK Antarctic research station, Halley, are considerable. Halley is built on a floating, moving iceshelf, that continuously accumulates snow and ice. Structures have no firm foundations and getting cargo and people to the station is only possible in the brief summer months.
From Councillor Lewis Herbert, Leader, Cambridge City Council: I’d like to extend a warm invitation to you to this year’s briefing for Businesses and Organisations at the Guildhall on 11 November where I will be setting out the opportunities and challenges facing the Council in the 2020s, and discuss our priorities and budget strategy for the years ahead.
How children with rare diseases can be helped by whole genome sequence analysis.
Professor Lucy Raymond, Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, University of Cambridge
Once all of 5G's components are fully deployed and operational, it is set to have a transformative impact on healthcare. This conference will explore some of the issues, challenges and implications of 5G in Healthcare.
When utilised effectively, advertising on YouTube is a highly powerful way to reach your target audience, increase brand awareness and influence purchasing behaviour.
Join this webinar to find out if YouTube advertising is right for you.
Why is death (still) a taboo subject? Let’s start talking about it, together. Join us for a thought-provoking and unique evening with Dr Katherine Sleeman, the first palliative care specialist to receive the prestigious NIHR Clinician Scientist Fellowship.
Retaining key employees is critical to the long-term health and success of your business. Our experts share their strategies for inspiring employees to give their best performance.
It is easy to forget that happiness really does come from within. With our busy lifestyles and ever-demanding careers, we sometimes feel overwhelmed and become increasingly reliant on external sources in order to feel happy. Join us on Tuesday 12th November for this hour-long webinar and learn how to shift your mindset and take control of your happiness with qualified Confidence and Happiness Coach Natalie King.
The course is all about writing strong material and delivering it in a way that grabs your audience's attention.
Join the world’s smartest research minds for one day of learning, listening, and networking. Learn about the importance of research impact and its implications from expert speakers and smart attendees.
Grant, Overdrafts, Loans and R&D Tax Credits....various finance options to help grow your business.
13th November 10.00 - 12.00 followed by networking lunch
A one day course for science-based professionals: biologists, molecular biologists, chemists, preclinical development scientists, informaticians, patent attorneys, project managers and general managers.
This is a free event to find out how your business can help to end poverty in Cambridge City. The event shall introduce you to an initiative called Cambridge 2030 to bring businesses, charities and public sector partners together to develop a shared vision and action plan across the city to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. It shall also explore the role of the Real Living Wage in helping to tackle poverty.
Learn how to turn a smartphone video from cringe-worthy into something more professional in this hands-on workshop.
An international congress bringing together leading pharmaceutical companies, research institutes and service providers to drive collaboration and innovation in the life sciences.
This course qualifies you as a Mental Health First Aider. Mental Health First Aiders are people who can identify, understand and help someone who may be experiencing a mental health issue. Just as a physical first aider helps with injuries but isn’t a medical professional, you’ll be equipped to make a difference right now and signpost people to the support they need longer term.