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Fast Company: ‘Roblox’ isn’t just a gaming company. It’s also the future of education

Hamza Mudassir, Visiting Fellow in Strategy and alumnus (MBA 2012) at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about Roblox company and its potential to becoming an important player in primary and secondary education. “The platform has not been popular with instructors…

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Cambridge Independent: Anti-viral coating could end surface transmission of Covid-19

CodiKoat venture, supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, has developed a patented coating technology designed to inactivate viruses including COVID-19 within seconds when applied to any highly touched surface. “We are using…

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Steering clear

Artificial intelligence can transform the workplace but managers need to avoid four key "AI dysfunctions" including algorithmic bias, says article co-authored by Dr Stella Pachidi of Cambridge Judge. Dr Stella Pachidi Artificial intelligence holds great potential to transform the workplace,…

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Inactivating viruses

CodiKoat venture supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School is awarded £325,000 in UK government grants to help further develop its nanoparticle coating technology that kills viruses on any surface. The venture, which is currently on…

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Leadership lessons: fusion energy

David Kingham, Founder & Executive Chairman of Tokamak Energy, talks to Simon Taylor of Cambridge Judge Business School about the development of fusion power. Dr David Kingham believes that fusion energy can contribute to the world's energy supply while helping…

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Yahoo Finance: Blockchain technology is evolving exponentially

A report co-authored at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF), explains “how blockchain technology has become more and more institutional to the benefit of end-users.” The report written by Keith Bear and Michel Rauchs form the CCAF and published…

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Forbes (Poland): VividQ. A Polish woman at the forefront of the holographic revolution

An interview with Aleksandra Pedraszewska, co-founder of VividQ technology company that produces novel holograms into our reality. Aleksandra, who is Cambridge Judge Business School alumna (MPhil in Tech Pol 2017), commented: “Holographic displays, which we know from science fiction movies,…

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Nandan and Rohini Nilekani share their golden rules for strategic philanthropy

Examples of questions explored in this interview with renowned philanthropists Nandan and Rohini Nilekani, conducted by Badr Jafar, Founding Patron of the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy: Are there some golden rules for strategic philanthropy?How is technology changing the philanthropic sector?How…

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Digital diversity

Asian tech pioneers list by charity Diversity UK includes two people with connections to Cambridge Judge Business School. Two people associated with Cambridge Judge Business School were included in a list of 20 Asian tech pioneers by the equality and…

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Khayala Eylazova wins Advocate of the Year at Women in Finance Award Series

Executive MBA (EMBA) alumna Khayala Eylazova's leadership in diversity, equity and inclusion in finance, insurance and technology has been recognised by award. Khayala Eylazova (EMBA 2014) has won the Advocate of the Year award at the Women in Finance Award…

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