Focus on careers

3rd January 1997 at 00:00
With the aim of showing pupils coming up to A-levels that careers in science and technology can be interesting and rewarding, Cambridge Arts and Sciences (CATS), the independent sixth-form college, has organised a seminars led by scientists from industry and higher education. The next one is "The business of innovation" with Professor Richard Artley of Scientific Generics, Europe's leading technology consultancy. Leaflet from: Maureen Copping, CATS, Round Church Street, Cambridge CB5 8AD, tel: 01223 314431.

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