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Mott MacDonald give Year 6’s an exciting engineering experience with experts!

Year 6 students from Cherry Hinton CofE and Teversham CofE (VA) primary schools were brought together on Wednesday 24th January for a Cambridge LaunchPad event with Mott MacDonald at their offices on Station Road, Cambridge. Volunteers from across the organisation took part in the STEM outreach activity day, which is managed by Form the Future …

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Cambridge LaunchPad inspires the next generation of engineers at the new A14

Year 5 students from Cherry Hinton C of E Primary School and the Cambridgeshire Home Educating Families came together for the first Cambridge LaunchPad event of 2018. Volunteers from the A14 Integrated Delivery Team and Highways England hosted a fun-packed day for our STEM outreach programme at their site near Bar Hill. The students were …

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Students eager to compete in the LEGO League’s Cambridge Regional Tournament

On Tuesday 16 January, 90 students aged 9–16 years old, from schools across East Anglia, took part in the first ever Cambridge regional tournament for the FIRST® LEGO® League at the University of Cambridge’s Engineering Department. The teams were competing for the exciting chance to represent their region at the FIRST® LEGO® League UK and …

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Year 5 students wowed by digital and green technology at Cambridge LaunchPad event

Over 70 Year 5 students from Abbey Meadows Primary School took part in the first Cambridge LaunchPad event for this academic year. The STEM outreach programme, managed by Form the Future CIC, brought business volunteers from Cambridge Cleantech and Cambridge Regional College together to host a fun-packed day learning about digital and green technology. Anna …

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Long Road sixth form students get to grips with potential careers in Health and Social Care

On 6th December 2017, we brought together business volunteers, healthcare specialists and medical professionals from across East Anglia, to showcase the exciting opportunities available for young people in the Greater Cambridge region. Organisations taking part included Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Bluebird Care and the University of East Anglia. The event aimed to introduce over 120 Year 12 …

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Schools from across Cambridgeshire take part in Inspiring the Future 2017

Form the Future brought together schools, community leaders and business volunteers from across Cambridgeshire to celebrate the exciting opportunities available for young people in the region, with a particular focus on the creative and technology sectors. Over 300 local school students were in attendance from both primary and secondary schools. The Inspiring the Future event aimed …

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Amazon celebrates opening of new Development Centre with donation to Cambridge LaunchPad

Photograph: Amazon Today Amazon opened the doors to its new Development Centre site in the heart of Cambridge. Located at One Station Square adjacent to Cambridge Station, the new building is a 60,000 sq. ft. development that will when at full capacity be home to over 400 highly-skilled employees including machine learning scientists, knowledge engineers, …

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Leading Women in Science Inspire Comberton Village College Students

Students at Comberton Village College got the chance to learn about Women in Science during a Careers Carousel held to coincide with British Science Week.  The aim of the event was to encourage the girls from years 7-13 to consider sciences, technology, engineering and maths as a careers option available to them. Meeting the professionals …

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