Transforming lives through collaborative innovation
Cambridge Digital Innovation (CDI) was established as a Hughes Hall Centre in 2016 and as a Cambridge Judge Business School Centre in 2018 to stimulate interaction between industry professionals, policy makers, academics, and students on the digital revolution. Our mission is to improve lives through collaborative innovation. We do this by brokering knowledge exchange between academia, industry, and policy across digital innovation ecosystems globally.
Cambridge Digital Innovation brings together a diverse group of participants to facilitate the generation and transfer of knowledge in the digital innovation domain. We are always interested in new opportunities to share ideas so feel free to contact us if you think we can help or work with you to develop and facilitate knowledge hubs. Learn more about knowledge hubs here or follow the direct links to: CDI Digital Health Forum and CDI Digital Health Learning Network.
At Cambridge Digital Innovation we value the potential for research to provide insight and opportunity to drive digital innovation. Based in academia, and with a strong background in research, we aim to develop research projects across a range of industry sectors with the aim to create relevant knowledge for impact.
Learn more about CDI’s research here.
Education and outreach
At Cambridge Digital Innovation we recognise that education is a core activity to not only share knowledge but also provide opportunities to bring together a range of groups to generate new understandings of digital innovation. We develop practicums to build knowledge, create and attend events to share knowledge and host challenges to stretch imaginations.
Learn more about CDI’s education and outreach here.
CDI is a highly collaborative Centre with robust governance structures. Details of these can be found at the links below: