In the Press

Links to some of the stories about Cambridge Network members covered recently in the local, national and international media.

Cambridge ideas change the world and Cambridge Network members are enjoying increasing exposure on the world stage. Here we provide links to some of the stories about Cambridge Network members covered recently in the local, national and international media.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and resources

Black faces in high places: how Simon Woolley revolutionised British politics
The Guardian

Sustainable cricket bats
Sky Sports News

‘It’s a minefield’: COVID vaccine safety poses unique communication challenge

Inspiring The Next Generation Of Women At Business School

COVID-19 expert comment
The Guardian

Science communication
New Scientist

Mental health

COVID-19 Expert comment :David Spiegelhalter (Statistical Laboratory) comments on COVID-19 vaccination risk
BBC Radio 4 Today programme (starts 50m 4s)

Research funding
The Guardian

COVID-19 expert opinion

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The office of the future is about people not places

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Arm CEO Denounces IPO Chatter, Says NVIDIA Acquisition Is Critical Path Forward
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Getting Started With Coding On Raspberry Pi: 5 Tips For Beginners

NeuralPi Raspberry Pi guitar pedal equipped with a neural network
Geeky Gadgets

Raspberry Pi Fridge Magnet Plays News When it Detects People
Tom's Hardware

There's A New Swarming Robot On The Block - BOBbot

Raspberry Pi maker mulls £300m London listing
The Telegraph

How to Build an Airplane Tracker with Raspberry Pi
Tom's Hardware

This cube-shaped Raspberry Pi alternative can run both Android and Linux

Ready! Model 100: The Raspberry Pi-compatible barebones PC hits Kickstarter with AMD Ryzen option

Glorious Jumbo Etch A Sketch Is A Raspberry Pi Powered Auto-Drawing Work Of Art

Voltage Measurement HAT for Raspberry Pi offers 16-bit analog inputs
CNX Software Ltd

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AI for good: These 10 UK startups debunk pseudo controversies related to AI
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Can Britain ever build its own Silicon Valley?
The Spectator

5 things to know about cybersecurity startup Darktrace whose IPO climbed 43% on launch day
UK Tech News

Best Enterprise Security Solution | Darktrace Cyber AI Analyst
SC Media

Darktrace Surges 32% After Rushing Smaller IPO to Market

Darktrace’s float will test London’s market
The Economist

Poppy Gustafsson: the Darktrace tycoon in new cybersecurity era
The Guardian

The Briefing: Darktrace Going Public In London, The Honest Co. Files For IPO, And More

The future of cybersecurity will be about ‘fighting fire with fire’

Poppy Gustafsson: Lockdown has fuelled a cyber crimewave
The Sunday Times

Britain must improve its cyber defences against new threats
The Times

CEO of Darktrace on the challenges of 2021: ‘The old ways of doing things have gone out the window.’
Business Insider

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Taylor Wessing UK revenue climbs 12% to £175.5m as PEP jumps 18%
The Global Legal Post

Taylor Wessing to Join Other Major Firms in Dublin
Lawyer Monthly

Online Exhibition : Taylor Wessing Photographis Portrait Prize
Art & Object

Uber gets 18-month London license after passing court test

Shearman, DWF Lawyers Lead Brexit Advice Offer to UK Government
Legal Week

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Tackling Parkinson's with tech: Cambridge company rasies £205k investment from The Imperial College Innovation Fund
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Studying cancer genomes gene by gene could improve treatment
The Economist
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Innovation Is Here to Stay — Are You Ready to Keep Up?
CEO WorldMagazine
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Microsoft Research to open Amsterdam lab focused on molecular simulation, led by noted physicist

Programming proteins to turn cells into molecular computers