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.
Unhealthy Patterns of Diet, Exercise, and Sleep Linked to High Risk of Cardiovascular Disease In Autistic People
Loan Applications Processed Around Midday More Likely to be Rejected
Bamboo bats… Howzat?!
Can Federated Learning Save The World?
Cambridge Researchers Lead Policy Briefing on Nature-Based Solutions For the Climate and Biodiversity Crises
Exploit Plants’ Ability To Tell the Time To Make Food Production More Sustainable, Say Scientists
Ability of Multi-Drug Resistant Infection To Evolve Within Cystic Fibrosis Patients Highlights Need For Rapid Treatment
Young People Who Experience Bullying Are More Likely to Fantasise About Committing Acts of Violence – Study
New Cancer Algorithm Flags Genetic Weaknesses In Tumours
Twelve Cambridge Researchers Awarded European Research Council Funding
Cultivating ‘Multilingual Identities’ In Schools Could Help Reverse National Crisis In Language-Learning
Simple Treatment During Pregnancy Can Protect Baby From Memory Problems In Later Life, Study in Rats Suggests
From Extravagant To Achievable – Pushing the Boundaries of Research To Find Life Beyond Earth
Stone Age Bear Genome Reconstructed From DNA in Mexican Cave
Following Atoms In Real Time Could Lead To Better Materials Design
Artificial Intelligence Could Be Used to Triage Patients Suspected at Risk of Early Stage Oesophageal Cancer
Stress Does Not Lead To Loss of Self-Control in Eating Disorders, Study Finds
Researchers Call For Greater Awareness of Unintended Consequences of CRISPR Gene Editing
Poor Children Are Being ‘Failed By The System’ On Road To Higher Education in Lower-Income Countries