Linking Cambridge to the World

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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Tackling COVID-19: Dr Sander van der Linden
Opinion: Employers Should Cut Hours Not People During the Pandemic
Testing Suggests 3% of NHS Hospital Staff May Be Unknowingly Infected With Coronavirus
AI techniques in medical imaging may lead to incorrect diagnoses
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Moderate Exercise in Middle and Older Age Cuts Time Spent in Hospital
Repurposing Existing Drugs for COVID-19 A More Rapid Alternative To A Vaccine, Say Researchers
UK Public ‘Most Concerned’ About Coronavirus – More Than Spain or Italy, Study Suggests
Tackling COVID-19: Dr Olivier Restif
Economic Damage Could Be Worse Without Lockdown and Social Distancing – Study
Simple ‘Sniff Test’ Reliably Predicts Recovery of Severely Brain-Injured Patients
The Royal Society Announces Election of New Fellows 2020
Tackling COVID-19: Professor Ian Goodfellow
UK and US Firms ‘Lag’ In Race To Commercialise COVID-19 Diagnostic Tests
Almost a Quarter of Adults Living Under Lockdown In The UK Have Experienced Loneliness
Women Bear Brunt Of Coronavirus Economic Shutdown In UK and US
COVID-19 Severity Associated With Increased Levels of Air Pollution In England, Preliminary Study Finds