Rustat Report on Blockchain published
The report from the September 2016 Rustat Conference on Blockchain - Beyond Bitcoin is now published on the Rustat website.
Technology and AI Focus for Rustat Conferences in 2016
Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, the Blockchain and the Future of Work - these vital issues of today to feature in Rustat Conferences in 2016.
Rustat Conference Report on the UK North South Divide published
A diverse range of perspectives, opinions and policy suggestions appear in this new report from the UK North South Divide Rustat Conference - now available.
Big Data Analytics - Conference Report Published
The Rustat Conference on Big Data was held in collaboration with Cambridge Big Data Strategic Initiative on 30 September 2015 - report is now published.
Inequality - Rustat Conference Report
The proceedings of the March 2015 Inequality conference have been published on the Rustat website.
Transport & Energy Rustat Conference Report - November 2014
KPMG, Laing O'Rourke, McLaren, BP, Shell, HS2 and others tackled the most pressing UK transport and related energy questions.
Health Innovation: A Cambridge Success Story
The Rustat Conference on the development of the drug Campath-1H, entitled "Health Innovation: A Cambridge Success Story", took place at Jesus College on 29 January 2013. A report will be published shortly on the Rusat Conferences website.
Managing Organisational Change in the Economic Crisis
The Rustat Conference on Managing Organisational Change was held at Jesus College on 4 December 2012. The conference report is now available to download here
The Future of Research-Intensive Universities
The sixth Rustat Conference discussed the future of research-intensive universities and was jointly hosted by the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, and Professor Ian White, Master of Jesus College
Rustat Conference on UK Manufacturing
The fifth Rustat Conference was held at Jesus College, Cambridge, on 24 November 2011. Proceedings focused upon the challenges and opportunities facing the UK manufacturing sector. Chaired by Professor Ian White FREng, the conference featured contributions from leading figures from industry, government and academia.