Festival of Ideas 2010


The Festival of Ideas returns for a third year with over 170 mostly free events for all ages! The Festival, which celebrates the arts, humanities and social sciences, will take place from Wednesday 20 October – Sunday 31 October 2010.  For more information or to request a programme, please call: 01223 766766 or visit: www.cambridgefestivalofideas.org.




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TP+ Bicycle User Group Meeting


To all cyclists or potential cyclists, come along to the next BUG meeting on the 14th of October at St John’s Innovation Centre from 12.30-2pm. Some of the topics in discussion are cycling tips, cycling initiatives and updates on cycling issues. If you would like to attend, please contact Tammy Liu at Reveal email address




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picoChip and Cambridge Consultants collaborate on LTE Femtocell platform enhancement


Cambridge Consultants’ experience and technical expertise critical to supporting rapid turnaround of complex design challenge Bath & Cambridge UK – XX September 2010 – picoChip, the leading supplier of semiconductors and software for femtocells, has collaborated with Cambridge Consultants, a leading technology product design and development firm, to enhance its PC960x LTE development platform. The …




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Global Poverty and ICTs


What Cambridge can do to change the world Organised by the Humanitarian Centre, a Cambridge-based network for international relief and development Keynote speaker: David Edelstein, Director of Grameen Technology Center Plus quick-fire presentations from Cambridge ICT4D organisations and academics Followed by a drinks reception For further information visit http://ict4d.eventbrite.com/




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Breathe™ easy: Cambridge Consultants technology adds intelligence and automation to aspiration procedures


Firm develops first ever digital device for collapsed lung aspiration, enhancing value of operation for doctors and hospitals and reducing the invasiveness of the procedure Cambridge Consultants, a leading technology product design and development firm, today announced a novel process to automate the procedure of aspiration for Primary Spontaneous Pneumothorax (PSP), also known as a …




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Putting the patient first: students work with elderly to define the next stage of the connected health revolution


Recent collaboration with Tufts University students and Cambridge Consultants offers glimpse into how different generations interact with emerging health technologies Cambridge Consultants, a leading technology product design and development firm, today shared recommendations on how to increase adoption of new connected health technologies that will help to improve wellness among the nation’s growing elderly population. …




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