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Edition: November 2017
Facial recognition technology: Nothing to hide, nothing to fear?
The drama of transfer deadline day
Getting to know you? Privacy, 23 prosumers and personal profiling
Community food growing: 24 Sharing good practice
The circular economy: Transitioning to sustainability?
How local communities are powering renewable energy
Edition: September 2016
Edition: February 2016
In this issue you can find out about:
A CBiS seminar presented by the Consumers, Communities and Sustainable Behaviour Cluster.
Delivered by Professor Ettore Bolisani, this seminar will look at an integrated approach to knowledge management strategy planning and knowledge management: social media and cognitive overload.
In this talk, guest speaker Dr Mahendar Singh from the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI), will explore the state of the art of digital business, its many potentials, challenges and value to businesses.
CBiS Seminar: Disrupting the Cluster? Managing Innovation in Motorsport. Responding to the low carbonagenda, and the role of motorsport as automotive R&D, a new electricracing car championship (Formula E) has rapidly grown and globalised.The seminar asks whether or not this is a disruptive innovation - and whatit means for the firms of Motorsport Valley.
The Centre for Business in Society will host its first conference focused on: The Circular Economy: Transitioning to Sustainability? Registration opens form April 10th 2017. Abstract submissions and doctoral posters to be submitted no later than 17th March 2017.