This rigorous and practical programme equips managers and leaders with the tools, experience and knowledge to improve their leadership skills and prepare for greater responsibilities. On completion of the five modules and assignments, attendees will achieve a Level 5 qualification in Leadership and Management (from either ILM or CMI).
Dr.Chris Rodgers is the Head of 7T MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) Physics at the Wolfson Brain Imaging Center based at the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. Chris will provide an overview of the scanner and how his group is developing advanced MRI and MRS methods to push the boundaries of MRI techniques. He will present on how the latest methods can be used in clinical studies in collaboration with colleagues in Clinical Neurosciences and elsewhere.
Angel Trains was created in 1994 as one of three rolling stock companies ("ROSCOs") in preparation for the privatisation of the rail industry. It now leases nearly 4500 vehicles with a value of nearly £3.5Bn to 20 operating companies. One of the companies working with Angel Trains, Chiltern Railways, wanted to run hybrid diesel and battery-powered trains to improve reliability and shorten journey times on routes that may never be electrified because of rising costs. Our speaker Euan Smith, will describe the engineering project to develop the hybrid trains and provide an overview of the deliverables and improvements that have been achieved.
Cows about Cambridge is a spectacular public art event that weaves its way across the city in Spring 2020. Cow sculptures, each one individually designed by an artist and sponsored by a business, form a free, fun, family-friendly trail of discovery for local people to explore and enjoy.
So what's wrong with the compound microscope? Not a lot, but after 300 years, inventors Andrew Monk and Richard Williams thought it would be nice to put a lab quality microscope in your pocket and connect it to your mobile phone.
Emerging social trends such as the widespread deployment of small-scale solar installations, the adoption of electric vehicles and changing patterns of power generation are putting immense pressure on the UKs electrical grid infrastructure.