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Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
25 September 2019

The Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, invites you to attend its annual industry networking and showcase event: Chemistry Networks 2019: Focus on AI and Machine Learning on Weds 25th September 2019.

QEII Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE
11 December 2019

Building on the evolution of the past 18 years, Genesis 2019 will assemble senior executives and decision makers from across the Life Science, Healthcare and Technology field to present, discuss and demonstrate their collective insight and thought leadership for the sector, themselves and their stakeholders.

St. John's Innovation Centre, St. Johns Innovation Park Cowley Road, Cambridge CB4 0WS
11 December 2019

Health & Safety Works Introduction to DSEAR in Laboratories

FROG, Great Shelford, Cambridge CB22 5NE
12 December 2019

By the end of this course you will be proficient in the use of advanced formulae and functions, you will have gained an understanding of Formula referencing and be able to create multi function calculations.

Chesterford Research Park, Little Chesterford, Cambridgeshire CB10 1XL
12 December 2019

Transition to Leadership is a workshop aimed at line or project managers in the Life Science sector who have recently moved to, or are about to move to, a more senior leadership role.

FROG Software Training Ltd, Great Shelford, Cambridge, CB22 5NE
17 December 2019

Designed for existing users of Excel who wish to progress their Excel skills and benefit from its powerful data analysis tools. 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 the pub lunch to look forward to!

The Moller Centre, Cambridge
28 December 2019 to 30 December 2019

Belbin Accreditation is recommended for anyone who wants to use Belbin Team Roles to improve the performance of teams, and maximise working relationships. By attending the Accreditation course, you will discover the real Belbin – and gain the depth of knowledge and practical tools to work as a true Belbin expert.

The course culminates in a 40-minute test. On passing the test, you will be awarded a certificate signed by your trainer and Dr Meredith Belbin, and access to a logo that shows that you are Belbin Accredited. The Accreditation stays with YOU, so it is a real investment in your future.

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ONLINE
16 January 2020

Do you feel that your lack of confidence is holding back in life? Are you striving to be more confidant but don’t know where or how to begin? Have you lost your confidence and are struggling to build it back up again? Then our webinar with qualified Confidence & Happiness Coach Natalie King is for you.

For more details and to register click here: https://therisingnetwork.com/event/unleash-your-inner-confidence-webinar/

Stevenage
20 January 2020

Working with the NHS on your digital solution or with patient data can be a challenge for companies working in healthcare technologies. This event will help you understand the landscape in ensuring your solution is integrated into Trust systems and national initiatives such as GP systems, procurement frameworks and the NHS Apps Library.

Cambridge University Engineering Department, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1PZ
23 January 2020

Coventry City Council is currently investing in the development of an integrated Very Light Rail ‘Tram’ System which will have shuttle vehicles running on rails and powered by batteries.  The project is scheduled to deliver a first route in Coventry by the end of 2024.

Cambridge University Engineering Department, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1PZ
30 January 2020
Artificial Intelligence, AI, is disrupting the traditional product development paradigms.  An increasing proportion of software is trained rather than explicitly programmed.  This approach is attractive because it can offer better results and shorter development times.  The trend is broader however, affecting hardware and system design as well.  For example, high-performance monolithic sensors are being replaced by multiple low-cost devices, in conjunction with data fusion and pattern recognition algorithms.  In this talk Rupert will look at some of the technologies involved, and how the new approaches place increased emphasis on data collection and model validation.

 
Cambridge University Engineering Department, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1PZ
13 February 2020

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. 

Cambridge University Engineering Department, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1PZ
12 March 2020

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.

Deaf Blind Conference Centre John & Lucille van Geest Place Cygnet Road Peterborough PE7 8FD
23 March 2020

Funding is essential for healthtech companies to develop, successfully validate and commercialise a product in the NHS.

Across Cambridge
30 March 2020

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.

Cambridge University Engineering Department, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1 PZ
23 April 2020

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.

Cambridge University Engineering Department, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1 PZ
21 May 2020

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.

The Cambridge Building, Babraham Research Campus, Cambridge CB22 3AT
14 July 2020 to 15 July 2020

ON Helix is One Nucleus' translational research conference for the Life Sciences industry.

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