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MarketWatch: Executives and directors are insider trading on advance knowledge of audit issues, study says

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 21, 2019.

Restricted trading windows alone are not effective at reducing insider trading, according to earlier research co-authored by Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial …

Digital customer focus

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 21, 2019.

Manufacturers in the retail sector could better assess customer needs through digital technology in production and supply chain processes, says article in …

Cambridge engineer to recreate ‘The Great Escape’ as part of 75th anniversary

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 21, 2019.

Dr Hugh Hunt will recreate elements of ‘The Great Escape’ of World War Two live on stage as part of a commemorative show.

Business Recorder: IMF’s conditionalities

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 20, 2019.

Structural conditions imposed on developing countries by the International Monetary Fund undermine their “state capacity” for economic development, finds a study co-authored …

The Conversation: Small brewers show how craft principles could reshape the economy – but they’re under threat

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 20, 2019.

An article co-authored by Dr Jochem Kroezen, University Lecturer in International Business at Cambridge Judge, looks at the craft beer industry in …

Working paper finds that better disclosures are needed to assess long-term orientation of investment funds

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Mar 20, 2019.

20 March 2019 – The Investment Leaders Group found that the data necessary to enable institutional and retail investors to assess the long-term orientation of the investment funds is not currently available.

InnoFrugal UK – Mark II

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 20, 2019.

The second edition of the InnoFrugal UK conference focused on advancing the circular economy and frugal innovation. Two Cambridge Judge academics, Professor …

The Boat Race

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 19, 2019.

Three students at Cambridge Judge Business School – Sophie Deans, Pippa Whittaker and Natan Wegrzycki-Szymczyk – are named to the Cambridge University …

Independent: 12 best recipe boxes that deliver meal inspiration straight to your door

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 18, 2019.

Gousto, a food in a box delivery company, is among “the best 12 recipe boxes”, according to the Independent. The company’s customers …

Healthcare policy & drug development (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 18, 2019.

How ageing societies can afford healthcare for all and reform an organisational system that has not kept pace with technology. In this …

Professor Mark Girolami announced as the Sir Kirby Laing Professor of Civil Engineering

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 18, 2019.

Professor Mark Girolami has been elected to the Sir Kirby Laing Professorship of Civil Engineering within the Department of Engineering. In this role he will provide academic leadership for the Centre for Digital Built Britain across the University and more broadly throughout the national and international research communities.

Financial Times: Oxford spinout prepares London bike-sharing launch

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 17, 2019.

Cycle.land, a bike-sharing company, is preparing to launch in London by July. The startup founded in 2016 by Agne Milukaite was previously …

Clear Admit: Fridays from the Frontline: What is it like to be a woman in one of today’s top global business schools?

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 15, 2019.

An interview with Natalia Dziergwa and Rebecca Kilbane, currently studying for the Cambridge MBA (class of 2018), who are also Forté Foundation …

Harvard Business Review: How digital fulfillment is changing manufacturing

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 15, 2019.

An article co-authored by Dr Benn Lawson, University Senior Lecturer in Operations Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, looks at how manufacturers …

MedTech Venture Competition 2019: solving health challenges through venture creation

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 15, 2019.

Four early stage ventures with novel medical technologies tackling skin disease, heart defects in newborns, cancer treatment and female contraceptive treatments have …

Arch Daily: 24 projects shortlisted in 2019 RIBA East Awards

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 14, 2019.

The Simon Sainsbury Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School designed by architects Stanton Williams is shortlisted for the RIBA annual Regional Awards. …

Cambridge Independent: Inventor of baby car seat designed to prevent seizures is halfway to Crowdcube crowdfunding target

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 14, 2019.

An interview with Lisa Walford, founder of the Baby Safe venture that designed and patented the “Safe Sleep Seat” reclining child car …

Dr Colm Durkan has written a popular science book on Nanotechnology

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 14, 2019.

Dr Colm Durkan, founder and Head of the Scanning Probe Microscopy and Nanoelectronics group at The Nanoscience Centre, has written a popular science book on Nanotechnology.

Cambridge University Spaceflight fires the UK's largest ever nitrous hybrid rocket

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 13, 2019.

A rocket engine designed and built by a Cambridge student society has produced, what is believed to be, the largest impulse of any nitrous hybrid rocket ever fired in the UK.

The IMF and ‘conditionality’

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 12, 2019.

Structural conditions imposed on developing countries by the International Monetary Fund undermine their ‘state capacity’ for economic development, finds study led at …

Dr Jennifer Cobbe to give Science Festival talk on Thursday 14th March

By Jonathan Goddard from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Mar 11, 2019.

The public sphere in the age of the algorithm Thursday 14 March: 7:30pm – 8:30pm, Mill Lane Lecture Rooms In recent years the internet has become a key battleground for electoral politics. Dr Jennifer Cobbe examines how surveillance capitalism and … Continue reading

Tech Corridor: Women in STEAM: The Technologists

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 11, 2019.

The article on female engineers includes Veena Adityan, CEO of Smartbell and an alumna of the Cambridge MBA programme (MBA 2014). Smartbell …

Evidence Investor: Beware new era thinking

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 11, 2019.

An interview with Dr David Chambers, Reader in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, where he talks about “new era thinking” – …

Cambridge students earn silver in national cyber security challenge

By jms213 from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Mar 11, 2019.

HECC (Higher Education Cyber Challenge) is a cross-university cybersecurity/CTF competition run by the University of Southampton – following in the footsteps of the Inter-ACE challenge launched by the University of Cambridge’s ACE-CSR in 2016 and hosted there for three years. … Continue reading

New Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Propulsion and Power

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 11, 2019.

A new Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) will prepare future engineers in the field of propulsion and power with the skills and training they need to become leaders in research and design.

HRH The Prince of Wales meets business leaders to explore new technologies to tackle plastic pollution

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Mar 08, 2019.

8 March 2019 – HRH The Prince of Wales met with business leaders from the CISL network this week to learn more about how biotransformation technology can help address plastic pollution at scale.

Cambridge News: 40 of the most brave, brilliant and intelligent women in Cambridgeshire

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 08, 2019.

Few female entrepreneurs with Cambridge Judge connections are included in the list. The list includes Julie Deane, Co-Founder of Cambridge Satchel Company …

Women on executive teams

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 08, 2019.

Gender diversity on top management teams improves company performance in times of adverse firm conditions, but matters less in favourable conditions, says …

Cambridge Independent: Georgie Cohen to be history-maker for Israeli at skeleton world championships

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Mar 07, 2019.

Georgie Cohen, Online Communications Officer at Cambridge Judge Business School, is to compete as Israel’s first female skeleton slider at the BMW …

Professor Janet Lees and Dr Jennifer Schooling elected as Fellows of the Institution of Civil Engineers

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 07, 2019.

Professor Janet Lees and Dr Jennifer Schooling have been elected as Fellows of the Institution of Civil Engineers.

Best Paper Award for research on aero-engine performance

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 06, 2019.

A Cambridge research paper investigating the mechanical design, performance and efficiency of aero-engine compressors has won an award. 

Success for Cambridge in the Atlantic Council’s Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge

By jms213 from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Mar 04, 2019.

Gary Dreyer, Ainsley Katz, Jamie MacColl and Tomass Pildegovics won first place in a national cyber competition, the Atlantic Council’s Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge. The four Cambridge MPhil students in International Relations and Politics were sponsored by Cambridge’s Academic Centre … Continue reading

New UCL-Cambridge Centre for Doctoral Training in Connected Electronic and Photonic Systems funded

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 04, 2019.

Graduates from the Centre’s four year PhD programme will lead new industries combining electronic and photonic systems.

Engineers’ printed transistor unlocks potential for portable real-time sensing

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Feb 28, 2019.

Cambridge engineers have developed a high performance printed transistor with flexibility for use in wearable and implantable electronics.

Cambridge PhD student recognised by Forbes' 30 Under 30 list

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Feb 25, 2019.

PhD student Catherine Richards has been named on Forbes’ prestigious 30 Under 30 Europe list for 2019. 

Investors and lenders need better tools to manage climate risk to homes, mortgages and assets, finds new research

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Feb 22, 2019.

22 February 2019 – New open-source models from ClimateWise, a global insurance network, offer step-by-step guides to help the financial industry prepare for risks posed by climate change.

PhD student’s passion for the environment recognised by the Vice-Chancellor

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Feb 21, 2019.

Engineering PhD student Verner Viisainen has been Highly Commended in the Vice-Chancellor’s Social Impact Awards for his environmental work.  

Department spin-out Granta Design acquired by ANSYS

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Feb 20, 2019.

University of Cambridge spin-out Granta Design, the premier provider of materials information technology, has been acquired by ANSYS, the global leader and innovator of engineering simulation software.

New Centre for Doctoral Training in Integrated Functional Nano (i4nano)

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Feb 18, 2019.

The next generation of interdisciplinary nanoscientists will be trained at Cambridge across multiple departments, including the Department of Engineering.

New case study aims to inspire more businesses to remove single-use plastic

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Feb 14, 2019.

14 February 2019 – A business change case study published by CISL today shows how Sky has taken action to remove single-use plastic from its business through its strategy, leadership, management and engagement.

Alumni Profile: Heba Bevan OBE

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Feb 14, 2019.

Alumna Heba Bevan, the founder of UtterBerry Ltd, has been awarded an OBE for services to innovation, technology and STEM education. 

Alastair Beresford receives Google Security and Privacy Research award

By jms213 from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Feb 12, 2019.

Dr Alastair Beresford, Reader in Computer Security, has received a 2018 Google Security and Privacy Research award. Dr Beresford’s research examines the security and privacy of large-scale networked computer systems.

Next generation of infrastructure leaders to be trained at Cambridge

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Feb 12, 2019.

The Civil Engineering Division at the Department of Engineering has been successful in its bid for a Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Infrastructure and Built Environment: Resilience in a Changing World.

Climate Change Lecture Series 2019

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Feb 11, 2019.

The Annual Cambridge Climate Lecture Series Launches in 2019 with the theme "Climate Change: Can we Fix It?

A growing interest from the investment community on ways to measure impacts at the launch event of the Cambridge Impact Framework

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Feb 08, 2019.

08 February 2019 – The launch event of the Cambridge Impact Framework brought together over 120 asset managers and asset owners, academics, sustainability experts, alongside EU Commission officials, to discuss the opportunities, challenges and next steps to measure investment impacts.

Join us at the 2019 Cambridge Science Festival

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Feb 07, 2019.

Engaging talks and hands-on activities aim to lift the lid on the world of science, engineering and technology at the 2019 Cambridge Science Festival.

World’s first Centre for Doctoral Training in Agri-Food Robotics

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Feb 04, 2019.

A new advanced training centre in agri-food robotics will create the largest ever cohort of Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) specialists for the global food and farming sectors, thanks to a multi-million pound funding award, it was announced today.

Better measures needed to help savers choose investment products, new report finds

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Jan 31, 2019.

January 31 2019 – The Investment Leaders Group found that the data necessary to assess the social and environmental impact of funds is lacking.

50 years of outstanding achievement, helping to transform the world of turbomachinery

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Jan 31, 2019.

The Department's Whittle Laboratory was opened 50 years ago in 1969, and has become internationally recognised as the centre of excellence in aeroengine and turbomachinery research, design tools and education.

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Jan 28, 2019.

28 January 2018 – Applications are well underway for the 10th cohort of the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership. Alexandra Brunner, Senior Project Manager at CISL, reflects upon 10 years of delivering this unique part-time course.

Engineering at work: an internship experience

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Jan 28, 2019.

Courtney Collins is in the third year of her Master of Engineering degree (MEng) and gained hands-on engineering experience at Physical Digital as part of an internship. 

New report highlights the value of linking the Planetary Boundaries framework to business

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Jan 16, 2019.

16 January 2019 – A new report, Linking planetary boundaries to business, produced in collaboration with Kering, explains how the Planetary Boundary framework can be applied in the context of corporate sustainability

DeepMind Scholarships

By ncc25 from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Dec 21, 2018.

DeepMind scholarships are now available for support candidates intending to study for the M.Phil in Advanced Computer Science. Eligibility requirements and further details are available. The closing date scholarship applications for October 2019 entry will be 31st March 2019.

Helping insurers gear up for regulation on climate related financial risk: ClimateWise Principles now aligned with TCFD recommendations

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Dec 17, 2018.

17 December 2018 – The ClimateWise Principles, which aim to help insurers disclose their response to climate change, have now been revised to align fully with the recommendations set out by the Taskforce for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).

Renata Puchala awarded the 2018 Mentis Cleantech Bursary

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Nov 27, 2018.

27 November 2018 – We are delighted to announce that Renata Puchala, MSt in Sustainability Leadership Cohort 9, has been selected as the 2018 recipient of the Mentis Cleantech & Social Enterprise Futures Bursary.

Cambridge team wins the 2018 Northwestern Europe Regional Contest

By jms213 from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Nov 26, 2018.

Congratulations to Team Treenity, winners of The 2018 Northwestern Europe Regional Contest. NWERC 2018 is an official regional contest in the International Collegiate Programming Contest. It draws students from colleges and universities throughout Belgium, Luxembourg, Great Britain, Ireland, Iceland, Norway, … Continue reading

The Royal Warrant Holders Association Scholarship for the MSt in Sustainability Leadership opens for applications

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Nov 13, 2018.

13 November 2018 – The Royal Warrant Holders Association has announced its first two Master's in Sustainability Leadership scholarship winners and opens the call for new applications.

Adepeju Jaiyeoba announced as the winner of the 2018 The Prince of Wales Prize

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Oct 31, 2018.

31 October 2018 – Last night, Unilever and the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership announced that Adepeju Jaiyeoba - founder of Mother’s Delivery Kit - has been chosen from eight winning entrepreneurs as the recipient of this year’s HRH The Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize.

Dr Amanda Prorok receives Best Paper Award at DARS 2018

By jms213 from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Oct 22, 2018.

Dr Amanda Prorok has received the Best Paper Award, at DARS 2018: 14th International Symposium on Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems, for ‘Redundant Robot Assignment on Graphs with Uncertain Edge Costs‘. Dr Prorok is a member of the Digital Technology Group.

Robert Sansom Professorship of Computer Science to be appointed

By jms213 from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Oct 12, 2018.

The Department of Computer Science and Technology (formerly, the Computer Laboratory) will be appointing a new Robert Sansom Professorship of Computer Science in 2019/20. The Chair will build on the University’s strengths in computer science and will be based in … Continue reading

Salters' prize for Clementine Chambon

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Dec 16, 2013.

Clementine Chambon awarded one of this year's Graduate prizes from The Salters' Institute of Industrial Chemistry.

Protein released from cells triggers chain reactions that could cause Alzheimer’s disease

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Dec 05, 2013.

Study in The Journal Of Biological Chemistry

Bingham Fluid Medal for Ian Wilson

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Nov 28, 2013.

Awarded at Viscoplastic Fluids: From Theory to Application conference

Fluidised Particles: 50th anniversary

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Nov 15, 2013.

Fluidised Particles, by John Davidson and David Harrison, first published 1963

Editors' choice paper

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Nov 13, 2013.

Hardness and density distributions of pharmaceutical tablets measured by terahertz pulsed imaging

Awards in Leadership and Management

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Nov 05, 2013.

Roz Williams and Jon Cowper

Photo competition 2013

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Oct 29, 2013.

Enter your photo now

Fellowship for Jethro Akroyd

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Oct 24, 2013.

Fellow of Churchill College

New academic year

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Oct 20, 2013.

Welcome to all

BBSRC 4-year PhD Programme in Biosciences

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Oct 11, 2013.

Applications are now invited