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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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Exploiting the Government’s Education Data Could Help to Bridge the UK Skills Gap
Mindfulness Study to Look at Benefits in Helping Build Resilience To Stress Among University Students
Maintaining Healthy DNA Delays Menopause
New Research Leaves Tumours With Nowhere to Hide
Love’s Labours: Study Shows Male Lizards Risk Becoming Lunch For a Bird in Order to Attract a Mate
Emissions From Melting Permafrost Could Cost $43 trillion
Microfluidics Consortium Visiting Cambridge UK With European Open Day on Sept 22nd
Access To Startup Skills Threatened By U.K. Visa Review
London Tube Strike Produced Net Economic Benefit
Old Drug Performs New Tricks
New Study Shows Artificial Pancreas Works for Length of Entire School Term
Refugee Camp Entrepreneurship
Neural Circuit in the Cricket Brain Detects the Rhythm Of the Right Mating Call
Facebook Data Suggests People From Higher Social Class Have Fewer International Friends
Linguistics Study Reveals Our Growing Obsession With Education
Cities At Risk
International Microfluidics Consortium visits Cambridge Sept 22

Using Stellar ‘Twins’ To Reach the Outer Limits of the Galaxy
Scientists “Squeeze” Light One Particle At a Time
One Year and 272 Billion Measurements Later, Gaia Team Celebrates First Anniversary of Observations
Bavarian Fire Brigades Choose Sepura
Access To Startup Skills Threatened By U.K. Visa Review
‘Pill on a String’ Could Help Spot Early Signs of Cancer of the Gullet
Cambridge TV Goes Live
Monoclonal Antibodies: the Invisible Allies That Changed the Face of Medicine
Cambridge Venture – The Silk Stories
On the Origin of (Robot) Species
Young Minds Think Alike – and Older People Are More Distractible
Robots Learn to Evolve and Improve
Predators Might Not Be Dazzled By Stripes
Here’s Looking At You: Research Shows Jackdaws Can Recognise Individual Human Faces
Alan Turing Institute Up and Running
‘Brain Training’ App May Improve Memory and Daily Functioning in Schizophrenia
The Magna Carta of Scientific Maps
Cancer Patients Lose Faith In Healthcare System if Referred Late By GP
Cambridge Researchers and Pharma In Innovative New Consortium to Develop and Study Early Stage Drugs
Oracle Bones and Unseen Beauty: Wonders of Priceless Chinese Collection Now Online
‘Pill On a String’ Could Help Spot Early Signs of Cancer of the Gullet
Cambridge Scientists Receive Royal Society Awards
The British Academy Welcomes New Fellows for 2015
New Technique to Synthesise Nanostructured Nanowires
Health Costs of Ageing Will Shoot Up Without Technological Innovation
New Research Allows Doctors to Image Dangerous ‘Hardening’ of the Arteries
Six degrees of Innovation
Cambridge Action Group Drives Open Innovation Across the Globe
2015 Faraday Medal
Centre for Business Innovation Summer Briefing
Turkish Company to Open R&D Center in Cambridge