Share your views on the future of Cambridge


How is Cambridge for your business? We want to know your views on transport, skills, housing and jobs. This Friday a breakfast meeting is being held to find out your views on the current infrastructure challenges your business face and some of the potential solutions you would like to see implement. The event is taking …




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Bike repair service on the Science Park


Crazy Spanners have returned as of today to the Cambridge Science Park (CSP) and will be onsite every Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8am – 5pm. Every other day Crazy Spanners will be based on Cowley Road, opposite the St John’s Innovation Centre. CycleSmith will also be on the CSP every first Mondays of each month …




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The Future of Drone Delivery


Cambridge Consultants is shaping the future of deliveries with precision location and identification technology Reimagining the future of on-demand deliveries, product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants has developed DelivAir, a drone delivery concept that can deliver a package straight to the hands of its recipient, no matter their location. Drone delivery systems have been publicised …




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Cambridge Consultants to develop custom DNA at lightning speeds


Automating DNA assembly to drive forward the engineering of biology and unlock new applications Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants and SGI-DNA, a Synthetic Genomics Inc. company in San Diego, CA, USA, today announce that they will be installing the first BioXp™ 3200 System in the UK. The implementation will drive forward the use …




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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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