Children’s half term activities


The Football Fun Factory, based close to the Science Park, are set to run an exciting three day football course this October Half Term for children aged 5-14. Children attending will have the chance to take part in a range of fun and exciting football games and activities such as Zorb Football and Foot Darts, …




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Turning our sketches into art with machine learning


“Vincent,” a deep learning demonstration from Cambridge Consultants, builds on human input to create completed ‘works of art’ Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants has developed “Vincent,” a breakthrough in machine learning that is capable of completing a drawing that has been started with a human sketch. Completed ‘works of art’ combine a users’ …




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Cambridge Consultants appoints Neil Gazeley as Global Marketing Director


Demonstrating the company’s commitment to developing the brand globally Breakthrough innovator and product development firm Cambridge Consultants has announced that it has strengthened its Marketing and Communications team with new hire Neil Gazeley taking the position of Global Marketing Director. With a Master’s degree in Strategic Marketing, Gazeley’s career has been focused on senior marketing …




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New Therapeutics Forum


A number of companies based on the Science Park have employees who are members of the New Therapeutics Forum and they are welcome to attend the next meeting. It is open to all scientists researching new therapeutics in Cambridge and the local area. Host: Cambridge Alliance on Medicines Safety (CAMS) Date: 3 October 2017 Location: …




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A smarter way to recycle


Cambridge Consultants innovation set to solve sustainability challenges for consumer brands Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants has developed a smarter recycling concept which tackles the challenge of improving the efficacy of recycling and incentivising consumers to recycle, whilst addressing the end-of-life problem faced by consumer brands. Recycling of packaging for consumer goods globally …




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Cambridge Heartwear: Following the beat


Cambridge Hearwear is featured in the latest edition of Catalyst, the magazine for the Science Park. You can view the full illustrated article and download the magazine here. Wearable heart monitoring technology and artificial intelligence from Cambridge Heartwear Cambridge Heartwear is hoping to increase detection of irregular and dangerous heart rhythms and reduce the impact …




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Truly and FlexEnable sign License Agreement to bring low-cost, scalable flexible display production to China


FlexEnable, the leader in the development and industrialization of organic electronics for flexible displays and sensors, has signed a technology transfer and license agreement with Truly Semiconductors, one of the leading display makers in China. The deal aims to bring FlexEnable’s flexible organic liquid crystal display (OLCD) technology into mass production on Truly’s lines within …




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