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SynBio Fund launched - £5000 seed grants for synthetic biology

The SynBio Fund is now open for applications until 23 November 2015 to support innovative, open and interdisciplinary projects relevant to Synthetic Biology. The aim of the fund is to promote the development of Synthetic Biology as an interdisciplinary field at the University of Cambridge - to facilitate exchange between the biological and physical sciences, engineering and humanities, and the development of open technologies and responsible innovation in the context of Synthetic Biology.

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The public must speak up about gene editing – beyond embryo modification

Lara Marks (University of Cambridge Department of History and Philosophy of Science) and Silvia Camporesi (King's College London) discuss the genetic modification of human embryos and argue that an informed debate is crucial.

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Look into space at Cambridge Science Centre this half term

Backed by the UK Space Agency, Cambridge Science Centre along with 19 science centres across the UK have joined forces with the European Space Agency’s first British astronaut, Tim Peake, to offer youngsters a unique opportunity to join his crew, learn about human space flight and follow life on the International Space Station.

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Family events capture the power of imagination at Cambridge Festival of Ideas

Discover your superhero powers and learn how medieval families can be just as dysfunctional as modern ones and how Vikings were just as into pop culture as we are. Uncover the power of imagination and creativity through engaging performance, play and hands-on activities suitable for children and families at this year’s Cambridge Festival of Ideas.

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30 years on, CANTAB inventors herald the dawn of a new era in neuroscience

Three decades ago two emerging neuroscientists, Barbara Sahakian and Trevor Robbins from University of Cambridge, received a grant to fund their development of the Cambridge Neuropsychological Automated Test Battery or CANTAB™.

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Independence and scientific integrity

What constitutes real scientific independence? asks The Scientific Alliance.

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Anthias Consulting presents at international petrochemical conference PEFTEC

Anthias Consulting Director Diane Turner has been selected to present at leading international petrochemical conference PEFTEC in Antwerp in November.

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Ashton KCJ recruits specialist Construction solicitor

Ashton KCJ is pleased to welcome a new solicitor, Sarah Duncan, to the firm.

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Medical device software - do you understand how software is regulated?

A free BSI webinar on Friday November 20th will help you to understand software as a medical device.

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Bidwells stays top of the Cambridge market league table for 5th year in a row

Bidwells' Cambridge Business Space Agency team has been named top of a league table for a leading online news, research and information service for the commercial property market.

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