10th anniversary Cleanpower & Smart Grids Conference Summit 2019, an executive event on the Grand Challenges of clean growth, reaching its 10th birthday in Cambridge this summer. The conference will approach these innovation challenges of clean energy systems (smart grids) and energy storage via connectivity, AI and data and materials.
The Launch Celebration will bring supervisors and partners together to forge links and initiate the co-development of projects and other partnership opportunities.
Festival of events focused on accelerating scientific ideas and facilitating investment and growth for both early and mature biotech companies on the cutting-edge of healthcare and life sciences.
Recognising and assessing that a patient is in their last days of life can feel challenging. This Study Day aims to help healthcare professional to recognise the signs and symptoms of dying and help patients and families to achieve their end of life plan
This Symposium is an opportunity for scientists from academia and industry to discuss their latest research and its potential to be applied in pharma and biotech towards new treatments.
This workshop has been designed to provide biotech start-up professionals with the skills and knowledge to attract capital and partners, ensuring the future success of their companies.
By the end of the session you will be able to produce more complicated projects and feel comfortable tracking and resolving conflicts. 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 a pub lunch to look forward to!
Learn how to edit the video you have made - whether it has been filmed on a smartphone or a traditional video camera.
CSaP's Annual Conference will bring together members of our network from government, academia and elsewhere to discuss some of the policy challenges we have worked on over the past year such as environmental policy; emerging technologies and social care; quantum computing; risk and uncertainty; and many more.
Has technological innovation or industry's eternal drive for better margins been the greatest definer of 21st century economics? Early Bird prices close 30 April!
Life science companies are faced with increasing uncertainty and must make decisions on how to best to manage. Uncertainties and risks come from many different sources, including Financing/business, scientific/technical, people and regulatory and emerging and growing life science companies have to understand and respond to the complex environment they operate in.
Health Horizons is a high calibre, two-day conference focusing on the future of the healthcare industry.
Those wanting to gain a comprehensive picture of the science and processes underpinning today’s drug discovery.
This event will review some examples of successful local biotech ‘scale-up’ who will share their insights on the challenges they faced and how they overcame them.
Cambridge Rare Disease Network, in partnership with Global Innovation, is hosting a Rare Disease session as part of the new Cambridge Biotech Week.
Brains Eden is the UK’s largest international students games jam, now in its 11th year at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge UK and is supported by some of the biggest games, education, entertainment and technology companies in the world.
J A Kemp’s intellectual property clinic will allow you to get free informal advice and answers to your questions about patents, trade marks and other intellectual property rights from our experts.
If you’re investing in innovation and looking for extra funding, then sign up to this clinic to discover how tax legislations could be used to reduce Corporation Tax and bring cash back into your business.
Are you wondering how to best utilise your scientific skills? Are you planning your next step in academia or considering pursuing a career away from the bench? Would you like more information about different scientific careers from a diverse range of speakers?
The speakers will give their talks with the opportunity for questions, followed by a buffet lunch, which will provide time for networking and gaining advice about making that next step.
Registration is now open for the National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) 2019 Annual Conference, taking place on the 2-3 July at the Granta Centre, TWI Ltd, Cambridge.
This highly interactive and practical 1-day course will be of benefit to business owners, team leaders and managers in scientific and non-scientific disciplines who wish to find ways to implement good business practices for making more effective and efficient use of their time, resources and talent.