Prof Nigel Slater from the Department for Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology is Cambridge Network's guest speaker on 6th November. 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.
Cambridge China Centre is curating exclusive venture-capital pitch event with Chinese investors on the 16 October 2019.
Join us to explore how plant science and new technologies can help feeding a growing population in the face of a rapidly changing climate.
We would like to invite you to our social event in collaboration with BioMed Realty on Granta Park.
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.
This is the second of the series Leading Talent explores how smart leadership, engagement and motivation can achieve better business outcomes.
These monthly meet-ups take place on the 3rd Wednesday of each month and are designed to provide critical knowledge to those that are responsible for ensuring the business is cyber secure and that they stay out of the news.
This one day conference will provide unique insights from leading service providers and offers a valuable opportunity to hear and discuss the latest developments in service thinking.
CIIPM half-day training in Prosecution & Legal Patent Searching is for people who are engaged with building, maintaining and defending a patent portfolio. The course covers how to build effective patent search strategies for essential IP portfolio searching such as Pre-filing, Patentability, Validity, Opposition, and Invalidity.
Multi-tasking? Ineffective? Just not enough hours in the day? Find out from brain science just how ineffective some of our normal working strategies can be and discover some alternative, more brain-friendly ways to get stuff done and take back time
The CETC will address the opportunities presented by big data in the 21st Century, hosted by Metro Bank in Central Cambridge
Back by popular demand, the Eddington Craft Beer & Gin Festival returns this October to the stunning Storey's Field Centre in Cambridge.
Have you left meetings wishing that you had spoken out or had a greater share of the airtime? Recognising that people are different, have you wondered how you can adapt your style of communication to better connect with others? Learn a consistently effective model of influence that you can deploy when needed.
Come and hear Simon Singh talk about The Simpsons and their Mathematical Secrets and chat with nCipher engineers over pizza and a beer.
Two xhalf day training which covers Core Patent Search Skills (am) and then Freedom to Operate Search & Analysis (pm). The sessions can be booked together or separately.
Have a go at roasting your own coffee!
Since the dawn of time, ageing has been viewed as an inevitable fate, with conditions like cancer and dementia getting more common as we get older. A growing number of scientists are questioning this common assumption.
Irritable? Reactive? Quick to anger? When the emotions rise and the red mist falls, what if anything, can you do to regain your cool? This session will help you better understand your own emotional responses and give you an overview of some valid and reliable emotional regulation techniques, as suggested by science
Gain essential strategic knowledge, skills and insight to drive performance.
If you could reinvent scholarly communication from scratch, what would it look like for you?
Microsoft Word is a widely used and powerful word-processing package. The primary objective of this one-day Introduction course is to familiarise you with the basic operations of Word. This extremely practical course will provide hands-on experience of many of the features found in this product to create and alter simple documents.