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Cambridge Independent: Scientific breakthrough as VividQ fashions digital 3D holograms

A feature about VividQ that produces produce novel 3D displays. Co-founder Aleksandra Pedraszewska, alumna of Cambridge Judge (MPhil in Tech Pol 2017), said: “Thanks to a new generation of processors and VividQ’s algorithms, holographic displays can now run in real-time…

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Case study on off-grid solar lighting wins marketing award

Neil Davey, alumnus of CJBS, wins a marketing award through the case study he co-authored with Professor Jaideep Prabhu on Azuri. Azuri Technologies' solar-powered TV system Writing and publishing teaching case studies is one of the main ways in which…

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#CamvsCovid

Local business and health solutions are winners in#CamvsCovid hackathon organised by MPhil in Technology Policy students. Entries focusing on local shops, the virtual shopping experience and remote health diagnostics were the winners of the #CamvsCovid: 72-hour virtual hackathon to seek solutions…

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CAM: Human rights in a digital age

Cambridge Judge Business School alumna Rebekah Larsen (MPhil Technology Policy 2014), now a PhD researcher at the University of Cambridge Sociology department, is quoted in an article about personal data and human rights in digital platforms. “If you look at…

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Space and Satellite Professionals International: 20 Under 35

Cambridge Judge Business School alumna Nikita Chiu (MPhil in Technology Policy 2016) made the 2019 list of "20 under 35" young professionals to watch in the space and satellite industry by Space & Satellite Professionals International. The list features entrepreneurs…

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Gates Cambridge: Coding start-up aims to boost quality of computer education

A feature about Riaz Moola, an alumnus of MPhil in Technology Policy (2014) student at Cambridge Judge Business School. Riaz founded HyperionDev, an education technology venture delivering online coding teaching in South Africa, and now has reached 40 countries. The…

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Nikita Chiu on space debris, satellites and public education about space sustainability

Dr Nikita Chiu, a 2016 alumna of the MPhil in Technology Policy programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, worries about an improbable – but potentially catastrophic – scenario: a major orbital collision such as a satellite colliding with space debris.…

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Battle of the blues returns to Twickenham

A group of students from Cambridge Judge Business School will be playing for the University of Cambridge team at the Rugby Varsity Match at Twickenham Stadium tomorrow, Thursday 7 December. Six students from Cambridge Judge are on the men’s squad…

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Cambridge lessons for a French engineer working for the government

Jordan Cartier, an alumnus of MPhil in Technology Policy (2011) at Cambridge Judge Business School, shares his insights on working life as a senior civil servant in the French government, his career moves, and higher education in France and the…

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The Telegraph: Cambridge call in Paul Gustard as they aim to end Oxford’s winning Varsity run

Cambridge head into the 135th Varsity Match against Oxford at Twickenham on Thursday with a quiet confidence that belies their six-game losing streak in the fixture. Three Cambridge Judge students are on the team: Charlie Amesbury (MSt in Social Innovation),…

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