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From turntables to bitstreams

A blogpost on technological objects, their identities and system functions, and the research path behind it. By Jochen Runde, Professor of Economics and Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School Editor's note: As the pages of this website attest, academic research…

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Research Fortnight: Foreign-born academics boost impact at home and abroad

A study co-authored by Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge, says that foreign-born academics in Britain are actively engaged in both the UK and internationally, contributing greatly to UK society. A survey of more than…

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‘Citizens of Somewhere’

Foreign-born academics in Britain are actively engaged in both the UK and internationally, contributing greatly to UK society, says a new study of 14,000 academics co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. British Prime Minister Theresa May famously said that some…

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Citizens of Somewhere

Phys.org: The contribution of international academics to UK must be recognised

Foreign-born academics in Britain are actively engaged in both the UK and internationally, contributing greatly to UK society, says study co-authored by Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge. The study of more than 14,000 UK…

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Bridging the research-practice divide

Academics can "talk funny," according to many practitioners. A four-prong framework proposed in a new paper by Professor Michael Barrett of Cambridge Judge along with co-author Professor Eivor Oborn aim to help academics widen the impact of their research and…

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Cyber scholarship

A journal article on permafrost thaw – co-authored in Cambridge and Colorado – began with a tweet and ended with an email, with not a phone call or meeting in sight. Dr Chris Hope, Reader in Policy Modelling at Cambridge…

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Greener chemistry

The 'green chemistry' movement to reduce health, safety and environmental impacts has made some progress – but has also met resistance from within, says new study co-authored by Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville of Cambridge Judge Business School. Now Diageo Professor of…

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Cambridge Judge research impact and engagement recognised

Elroy Dimson, Neil Stott and Belinda Bell of Cambridge Judge Business School are winners in the Vice-Chancellor’s Awards of the University of Cambridge. Faculty and experts from Cambridge Judge Business School were winners in both the Impact Awards and the…

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Vice-Chancellor’s awards 2017

Five Cambridge Judge Business School nominations for this year’s Vice-Chancellor's Awards, with winners to be announced in July. Five people from Cambridge Judge Business School have been nominated for the 2017 Vice-Chancellor's Awards at the University of Cambridge, with the…

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What Singapore can learn from the Cambridge phenomenon

Singapore is on a mission to become a globally recognised 'smart nation'. What lessons can it draw from the Cambridge innovation ecosystem? In today's knowledge economy there are leaders and there are followers. And in the race to occupy the…

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What Singapore can learn from the Cambridge Phenomenon (Singapore cityscape)

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