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18/07/14 Cambridge Venture Projects
If you are a company with a product, treatment or service that would benefit from 'real' market analysis from a team of bright and resourceful MBA students at Cambridge Judge Business School, we would be delighted to hear from you.
08/07/14 Calling all tech start-ups to enter – Discovering Start-Ups 2014 Competition
Cambridge Wireless and Silicon SouthWest are calling on innovative tech start-ups and digital entrepreneurs from across the UK to enter the Discovering Start-Ups 2014 competition. With extraordinary start-up stories coming from hi-tech hubs like Cambridge’s Silicon Fen and Shoreditch’s Silicon Roundabout, the annual competition provides a showcase for disruptive newcomers to the wireless technology industry and demonstrates that the UK start-up scene has everything it takes to successfully compete with Silicon Valley’s best.
05/07/14 First Newsletter EMRP IND51 MORSE
First Newsletter for EMRP Metrology for RF and Optical Communication Systems. Antenna characterisatiion, LTE Power and Photodiode measurements Join as a stakeholder (free) to receive updates directly.
03/07/14 The Omens are Looking for Spectrum Sharing
Just over a month ago, I wrote a blog entitled “Spectrum should be shared” before the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance’s (DSA) second global summit in Accra, Ghana. I can now confidently state after the Summit that the omens looking good are for dynamic spectrum access and spectrum sharing.
03/07/14 ‘Where’s the Money in Open Source?’ – Software and Open Source SIG Event - Cambourne
Open source is a growing and arguably successful strategy for making our corner of the world a better place. While altruism motivates many individuals and some companies to make things open source, others are in it for the money. On the other hand, many companies use or are forced to use, open source for its perceived cost-saving value, often disregarding its risks. So what’s the business case for open source?
30/06/14 In-Part Stimulates Industry-Academia Partnerships
At the end of their first five months, the London and Sheffield based company IN-PART, has already facilitated 33 dialogues between academia and industry for collaboration. Joint applications for R&D funding, licensing of university technology, industry secondments and more, have resulted from IN-PART’s use and demonstrate the platform’s ability to increase the impact of UK research.