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Cambridge News: Award for e-Luminate Cambridge festival which used street art to shine a green light on low-carbon technology

The e-Luminate Cambridge festival, organised by the e-Luminate foundation, has won the Sustainable Event Service Provider award at the 2014 EVCOM Clarion Awards, organised by industry body the Event and Visual Communication Association and held in London on Friday. e-Luminate…

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Cambridge Network: e-Luminate Cambridge Festival wins sustainability award

Cambridge is leading the way both scientifically and technologically in sustainable education and creativity. The annual e-Luminate Festival comprises a series of events, illuminations, workshops and projections throughout Cambridge to engage the public in sustainable behaviour. e-Luminate, an Accelerate Cambridge…

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The Conversation: Osborne’s four myths mean he hits the poor and helps the rich

The wealthy and rich need to be better off through tax cuts as an incentive to work and save, while the poor and disadvantaged need to be made worse off and suffer welfare cuts as an incentive to work. This…

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Cambridge Network: Cambridge MBA class of 2014-15 begins programme

Last week the Cambridge Judge Business School welcomed the new Cambridge MBA class of 2014-15 on campus. This year's cohort numbers 145 students, drawn from a diverse range of 39 nationalities. Read the full article [cambridgenetwork.co.uk]…

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Behind Blue Eyes: Financial innovation: peer to peer lending

Peer to peer lending (P2PL) is one of many innovations in finance that depend on the cheap connectivity of the Internet, which radically cuts transaction costs ... It’s too early to say whether P2PL or crowdfunding will flourish. But it…

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