The Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, invites you to attend its annual industry networking and showcase event.
This Excel training can be put to use immediately once you've returned to the office. You'll understand concepts you may have struggled with in the past, become familiar with a broad range of Excel functionalities and see your productivity soar as you use Excel more effectively and efficiently for your every-day tasks.
Delivering insight to enable great careers and teams in Life Sciences
Digital Print Europe is built around our strategic Digital Printing Conference, with supporting events including a Mergers & Acquisitions forum, Market Reports Live briefings and the world-famous Inkjet Academy.
Doing business in China, particularly for a start-up or small company, may seem like a difficult thing to achieve; not least navigating the culture or trying to understand Chinese innovation style. Following our popular event in the Spring with Crayfish.io, we’re delighted to welcome them back to speak for Cambridge Network again this Autumn.
Bioassay development and Immunogenicity testing for biologics are important considerations for drug development companies when it comes to ensuring the efficacy and safety of a therapeutic proteins.
Join the Business SIG for an evening panel discussion of what your business needs to do to be attractive (#nofilter) to the upcoming generation of technology leaders.
Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and STARS present a study session on how to support children and young people who are affected by loss and bereavement.
This seminar will give employers and human resources professionals a useful overview of forthcoming changes to employment law and key decisions by employment tribunals.
An open invitation to Illuminate's free Wellbeing and Mental Health in the Workplace event in Cambridge October 9th.
Over four Wednesday evenings, learn how to make better videos.
This two-day software training course introduces the Thermo Xcalibur software for both instrument acquisition and data analysis.
Making mistakes, forgetting to do things and not paying attention to detail mean that your people don't work as effectively as you know they can. Mistakes cost money and waste your time. The good news is that accuracy is a trainable skill.
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN for the Pitchfest 2019 Autumn cohort of ambitious companies in the East of England with innovative products & services who have the potential to scale and are looking to raise between £250k – £2m.
A thorough introduction to strategic roadmapping, guiding participants through each step of the roadmapping process.
Designed for existing users. The aim of this course is to have the participant `up and running' immediately following a one day intermediate programme based upon their existing skills and future needs. At the end of the course the participant should be able to create a good selection of spreadsheets and graphs.
Practical sessions to help exporting businesses in the East of England prepare for Brexit.
Join us for another Barclays AI Frenzy - this time we will be looking at the implementation of AI in Pharma and Biomedicine.
In 2019, The ONE Group in partnership with Mind CPSL, Howes Percival, Cambridge Network and a number of other subject specialists have come together to bring you the next iteration of the Mental Health and Wellbeing Showcase. Hosted on World Mental Health Day (Thursday 10th October) the event will focus on mental health, well-being and maximising employee health in every sense of the word.
The Cambridge IP Summit 2019 is a free one-day event providing a focused forum for in-house IP teams, general counsel, investors, CEOs, CTOs, and senior decision makers to come together to discuss and analyse the key issues that they regularly face; and share best practice on how these challenges can be overcome.
If you have ever thought that you would rather die than have to speak in public you are not alone. A fear of public speaking was found to be a more pressing concern than death, according to a survey on common phobias.