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‘Pain sensing’ gene discovery could help in development of new methods of pain relief

A gene essential to the production of pain-sensing neurons in humans has been identified by an international team of researchers co-led by the University of Cambridge. The discovery, reported in the journal Nature Genetics, could have implications for the development of new methods of pain relief.

26/05/2015Read in full

Cambridge Index rises 1.5%

The Cambridge Index advanced 1.5% or 269.8 points to 18,755.7, as seven of the top ten index heavyweights posted weekly gains.

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Key technologies: £3 million available for business innovation

Businesses can apply for a share of £3 million for feasibility studies into technology projects across four key technology areas in the latest funding competition from Innovate UK, which opened last week.

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SMEs’ internationalisation encouraged through EU-Japan cluster cooperation

A heavily subsidised mission to Japan for SMEs and ICT clusters has been announced for October 26-31. Assistance is provided with prospecting and B2B meetings at Japan IT Week.

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MAX infrared oven from Heraeus enables extremely efficient heating of metals

The coating of metal strips with tin or aluminum, enameling, melting of aluminum blocks or sintering of metallic inks requires very high temperatures. Such heating processes need a lot of energy, time and space. Heraeus Noblelight offers the “MAX” infrared oven for heating process requiring very high temperatures.

26/05/2015Read in full

Summer is a time for learning

Most businesses have a quieter period in the summer months. Why not use some of the time in July to enhance your skills and boost your productivity? Two courses on offer from Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration will help you do just that.

25/05/2015Read in full

Tame your computer - format on the fly

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she describes how to format inserted rows or columns on the fly (Microsoft Excel*)...

25/05/2015Read in full

Patients at risk due to overconfidence in their ability to use medical devices

A survey commissioned by Team Consulting which looks at patient and doctor attitudes to healthcare has shown that patients suffering from chronic conditions are worryingly overconfident when it comes to drug delivery devices and feel that they need only minimal training.

25/05/2015Read in full

Graduate Dan lands V&A Illustration prize

Recent Anglia Ruskin University graduate Dan Ungureanu has won £1,000 in an illustration competition organised by the Victoria and Albert Museum, the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design.

22/05/2015Read in full

Johnson Matthey acquires StePac Modified Atmosphere Packaging business

Johnson Matthey today announces that on 18 May 2015 it acquired the StePac Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) business from DS Smith for £18.0 million, subject to typical post-closing adjustments. StePac works closely with growers and distributors of fresh produce to develop, manufacture and supply application-specific modified atmosphere packaging.

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