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Launch of 'Cambridge Minds'

Start date/time :  17:00 27th September 2016
End date/time :  21:30 27th September 2016
Venue :  The Old Divinity School, St. John’s College, Cambridge
Organiser name :  Tom Meaney or Steve Watts
Organiser email :  info@cambridge-minds.com

Have a tough problem to solve? 'Cambridge Minds' might have a solution.
We are hosting a free “Meet the Minds” launch event on the evening of Tuesday September 27th at St John’s College, Cambridge, with guest speakers Hermann Hauser and Jack Lang.

Companies regularly face a technical challenge which is outside their core knowledge-base. The right mind could often solve the problem quickly and completely but is unavailable. 'Cambridge Minds' is a new, innovative consultancy service which provides companies seeking rapid technical insight and problem solving with on-demand access to some of the most creative minds at world-renowned Cambridge University.

We are hosting a free “Meet the Minds” launch event on the evening of Tuesday September 27th at St John’s College, Cambridge, with guest speakers Hermann Hauser and Jack Lang.

Founded by a team of enterprising academics, 'Cambridge Minds' is positioned to bring academic innovation to solve real industry problems. Keeping track with the pace of business, 'Cambridge Minds' specialises in fast turnaround. From a cohort of world-leading scientists, engineers and researchers at Cambridge University the team rapidly identifies those best equipped to tackle specific problems pitched by industry before facilitating direct relationships between clients and academics.

With the talent-pool’s diversity, 'Cambridge Minds' promises to be a one-stop-shop for cutting edge consultancy work. From biotech firms seeking new perspectives on the latest discoveries in genetics, to insight on microchip intellectual property, Cambridge Minds’ proposition provides benefits to companies across sectors. In addition to providing solutions to industry, 'Cambridge Minds' also helps research academics to develop and explore commercial applications of their skillsets, bringing academia and industry ever-closer.

Would you like to hear more? Great Cambridge minds and serial investors Jack Lang (co-founder Raspberry Pi) and Hermann Hauser (co-founder Acorn Computer) will join Cambridge Minds to speak about their Cambridge experience at the launch event and you will have the opportunity to meet likeminded industry and academic colleagues.

 Please get in touch with Steve Watts or contact info@cambridge-minds.com for details on how to register for this event.

Also see http://www.cambridgeminds.org for more information.

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