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Connected Cambridge is for enterprising people of all ages and from all walks of life who want to improve their chances of finding / realising their next ‘big thing’ .. job, technology concept, business plan, company, investment or whatever .. in Cambridge (UK). You will find us friendly and welcoming – there is no charge for joining or receiving our e-letters, but we do charge for attending events, advertising jobs etc and for sponsorship. With sister clusters around the world we plan global links.

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UK’s Top Student Hackers Compete For Cyber Security
Flexible Hours ‘Controlled By Management’ Cause Stress and Damage Home Lives of Low-Paid Workers
New Cases of Dementia in the UK Fall By 20% Over Two Decades
Dr Belinda Quinn Appointed As Chief Executive Officer of the Precision Medicine Catapult
UK Steel Can Survive If It Transforms Itself, Say Researchers
Cambridge to Research Future Computing Tech That Could “Ignite A Technology Field”
Graduate Earnings: What You Study and Where Matters – But So Does Parents’ Income
Predicting Gentrification Through Social Networking Data
Neanderthals May Have Been Infected By Diseases Carried Out of Africa By Humans, Say Researchers
Timber Skyscrapers Could Transform London’s Skyline
Pioneering Centre For Physical Sciences-Industry Collaborations Opens At University of Cambridge
Map of Rocky Exoplanet Reveals a Lava World
From Robot Intelligence To Sex By Numbers: Cambridge Heads For Hay
Early-Stage Embryos With Abnormalities May Still Develop Into Healthy Babies
Solar Cell Material Can Recycle Light to Boost Efficiency
Quantum Effects At Work In The World’s Smelliest Superconductor
Spectral Edge Announces Successful £1.5m Funding Round
XAAR Launches New Family Of Printheads
FDA 510(k) Clearance Granted For PneumaCare’s Ground-Breaking Thora-3DI™ System For Non-Contact Respiratory Measurement
No Evidence That Genetic Tests Change People’s Behaviour
Researchers Identify When Parkinson’s Proteins Become Toxic To Brain Cells
‘Good’ Cholesterol Doesn’t Always Lower Heart Attack Risk
Lines of Thought: Discoveries That Changed the World
AI Crossword-Solving Application Could Make Machines Better at Understanding Language
Overcrowded Internet Domain Space is Stifling Demand, Suggesting a Future ‘not-com’ Boom
520 Million-Year-Old Fossilised Nervous System Is Most Detailed Example Yet Found
Pollinator Species Vital To Our Food Supply Are Under Threat, Warn Experts
Being Overweight Linked To Poorer Memory
Flowers Tone Down The Iridescence of Their Petals and Avoid Confusing Bees
Honeypot Britain? EU Migrants’ Benefits and The UK Referendum
If General Practice Fails, The Whole NHS Fails, Argue Healthcare Experts
UK Online Alternative Finance Market Grows To £3.2 Billion In 2015
Students Share Their Lives At Cambridge
Five-Dimensional Black Hole Could ‘Break’ General Relativity
Researchers Identify ‘Neurostatin’ That May Reduce The Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease
Could The Food We Eat Affect Our Genes? Study In Yeast Suggests This May Be The Case
Gravitational Waves Detected 100 Years After Einstein’s Prediction
Stopping Tumour Cells Killing Surrounding Tissue May Provide Clue To Fighting Cancer
The Fitzwilliam Museum is 200 Today
Syrian Aid: Lack of Evidence For ‘Interventions That Work’, Say Researchers
Modelling How The Brain Makes Complex Decisions
Graphene Shown To Safely Interact With Neurons In The Brain
Changes to NHS Policy Unlikely to reduce Emergency Hospital Admissions
Making Operating Systems Safer and Faster With ‘Unikernels’
How Many Ways Can You Arrange 128 Tennis Balls? Researchers Solve an Apparently Impossible Problem
Cambridge Joins Consortium to Launch £40 Million Apollo Therapeutics Fund
How To Get Teams To Share Information
Artificial Intelligence and Rise of the Machines: Cambridge Science Festival 2016
Fuel Cell Electrolyte Developed To Offer Cleaner, More Efficient Energy
J A Kemp Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys to open office in Cambridge