Video archive - Cambridge Network Open Meetings 2010

If you missed the chance to attend either of Cambridge Network's Open Meetings so far this year, you can now catch up, with videos available online thanks to Stream Projects.

For those who were not able to attend, the material from Stream Projects at  will prove invaluable – as it includes not only fully edited, navigable video and audio content but also, where possible, the speakers’ slides and a transcript of their presentations to enable you to view the content in the most suitable way for you:

April 21st 2010 – Corporate Gateway Open Meeting: ‘Cambridge ideas change the world’

Professor Felicia Huppert'The science of well-being’

Professor Felicia Huppert, Director of the Well-being Institute, University of Cambridge


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            Professor Gehan Amaratunga‘Small scale green technology’

Professor Gehan Amaratunga, Head of Electronics, Power and Energy Conversion Group, Dept of Engineering, University of Cambridge


Cameron Frayling, Base4 ‘New methods of DNA sequencing’

Cameron Frayling, CEO of Base4, a recent spin-off from Cambridge University's NanoPhotonics Centre


March 16th 2010 – Open Meeting: 'Growth capital - vital oxygen for the innovation economy'

 Dr Michael Mainelli’ Financing innovation - viewing the UK from a global perspective’

Dr Michael Mainelli, Emeritus Gresham Professor of Commerce, Gresham College, London


Graham O'Keeffe, Atlas Venture‘The VC landscape in 2010’

Graham O'Keeffe, Atlas Venture


Chris Walklett, PEM Technology ‘Growth capital: Research & Development tax credits’

Chris Walklett, PEM Technology


This material is now freely available to Cambridge Network members via the links above or at


Stream Projects

Contact Peter Tysoe, Managing Director, to discuss your requirements:

Peter Tysoe
Managing Director
Stream Projects Ltd
t: +44 (0)7739 478060             




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