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(Virtual) Event: Catrine Clay in conversation with Anne Chisholm

posted 16 Feb 2021 4 mins

Our World War 2 History Series continued on 16 February with a fascinating virtual talk by Catrine Clay, author of The Good Germans: Resisting the Nazis, 1933-45 (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2020).

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Winter Talk with Ilyas Khan

posted 03 Feb 2021 4 mins

Quantum Computing - the Landscape of an Emerging Reality

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Regaining Public Trust

posted 28 Jan 2021 6 mins

(Virtual) Event with Lord Puttnam CBE Truthful dissemination of information has, arguably, never been more important and we were honoured to welcome Lord Puttnam CBE as guest speaker on 28th January for our virtual webinar, Regaining Public Trust.

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(Virtual) Event: Tim Bouverie in conversation with Sir Nicholas Soames

posted 20 Jan 2021 7 mins

On Wednesday 20th January we welcomed our largest virtual audience yet for the first talk in our WW2 history series.

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Winter Talk with The Fore

posted 12 Jan 2021 5 mins

For our first virtual event of 2021, we were delighted to welcome as our guest speaker Mary Rose Gunn, founder and Chief Executive of The Fore. 

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Winter Talk with RethinkX

posted 15 Dec 2020 5 mins

Our virtual Winter Talk on Tuesday, 15 December, Rethinking Humanity, lived up to its bold promise as our speaker, Jamie Arbib, set out his radical vision for the coming decades.

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(Virtual) Event with Lord Macpherson

posted 01 Dec 2020 8 mins

It was a great pleasure to host a virtual gathering for our Cambridge customers on Tuesday 1st December. The event was a celebration of the success of our Cambridge Office, which opened last year.

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Winter Talk with Snowball

posted 24 Nov 2020 4 mins

We were delighted to welcome a large virtual audience to our second Winter Talk on 24th November.

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Stourhead Podcast

posted 05 Nov 2020 1 mins

Stourhead: A Gardener’s Farewell

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Winter Talk with Cancer Research UK

posted 04 Nov 2020 3 mins

Our 17th series of Winter Talks opened on Wednesday 4 November with a wonderfully inspiring account of the work of Professor Greg Hannon, director of the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute.

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