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Energy Voice: Protecting the energy sector from cyberattacks

Cyberattacks on critical national infrastructure are ranked as a tier one threat to the UK, writes Tom Kellerman in Energy Voice. According to a report by the Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, the economic impact of…

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The Register: Confusing distributed ledger tech definitions create ‘unrealistic expectations’

A new report by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) provides a common terminology and framework for distributed ledger technology (DLT) systems. The report says that the lack of common terminology "has resulted in misconceptions and the widespread formation…

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Manufacturing Chemist: Limits of drug repurposing

New research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School looks at drug repurposing and found that it’s not easy to find entirely new uses for existing molecules. The study is based on US Food and Drug Administration approvals and the full…

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NDTV: Emotions instrumental in employee productivity

People are more productive if they’re happy at work, but investing in well-being programmes is not enough, says Dr Jochen Menges, University Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge. "The very fact that many organisations now 'invest in happiness' means…

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Cambridge Independent: Helping entrepreneurs with social ventures

Reporter Mike Scialom joins a panel to discuss how social enterprises can portray their business in the media. The event aims to help startups currently on the Cambridge Social Ventures programme, run by the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation, to…

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