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.
Want to take advantage of the more advanced features of MS Access? Then come along to our full day Microsoft Access intermediate course. Small class size for greater attention.
Need to learn how to use Excel but cannot spare a full day training? Then come along to our half day Excel Getting Started training module.
Are you using somebody else's workbooks but don't know what's going on? Then come along to our half day Excel Further use training module.
A collaborative event by Eastern AHSN, Cambridge Wireless and One Nucleus.
Keep up-to-date with your risk management responsibilities under health and safety legislation at our free Risk Assessment seminar, designed to help Chamber members understand what the law requires and how it affects your business.
This course is intended for beginners who need to learn the basics of using spreadsheets. Our training centre is located on the outskirts of Cambridge with easy transport links with Shelford Train Station and the M11 and A11. We provide professional and enthusiastic training and of course there is the pub lunch to look forward to!
Busy Bee Recruitment are exhibiting at the East Cambs Careers ~& Skills Fair on Tuesday 5th November 2019! The event will be held from 9am-17.30pm. Come along and see us for interview and job searching advice!
Cambridge Network’s business lecture series starts again this Autumn with a talk by Prof Nigel Slater from the Department for Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. This multidisciplinary department works at the interfaces between engineering, chemistry, biology and physics forming collaborations which one day will have a beneficial effect on society.
Producers of food? Suppliers of green energy and bio-based materials? Custodians of the countryside? Protectors of the planet? With demands increasing in all these areas REAP 2019 will explore how the concept of ‘One Agriculture’ (an integrated approach to harnessing innovations) could help farmers and growers fulfil these roles and also create profitable, productive and sustainable businesses. Agri-Tech East is inviting experts from different spheres and the next generation of industry leaders to show how agri-tech will enable farming to be part of the solution to grand challenges.
What is it that stops you doing that new thing or making that change? Is it really lack of time, money, resources, training, energy ...? Or is it something a little deeper? Procrastination, avoidance or just not moving forward, usually boils down to one thing... FEAR!! What if ...??!! This session will look squarely into the face of fear to see if we can develop a more healthier, balanced and beneficial relationship with it.
One Nucleus and Discovery Park will be holding a joint event featuring updates from companies and investors involved with Discovery Park, which represents a thriving part of the South East's life science community.
Learn how to video edit to a professional standard. This one day course is suitable for beginners and improvers.
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.
Kameo Recruitment have teamed up with Cambridge Women’s Aid to raise awareness of domestic abuse. Did you know that domestic abuse has been statically proven to affect 1 in 4 people during their lifetime? Such a prevalent issue is yet to be addressed with Cambridge businesses; please join us on Thursday 7th November to discuss the signs and effects of domestic abuse which might be affecting your employees, along with giving you the tools to be able to help.
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.
How children with rare diseases can be helped by whole genome sequence analysis.
Professor Lucy Raymond, Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, University of Cambridge
This is early notification that Councillor Lewis Herbert, Leader, Cambridge City Council, will be holding his annual budget briefing for businesses on Monday 11 November, 5.30 – 7pm at the Guildhall. If you are interested in attending, there is no need to RSVP at this stage, but please hold the date in your diaries and more information will be sent out in a few weeks.