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Changes in brain structure during teenage years provide clues to mental health problems

Scientists have mapped the structural changes that occur in teenagers’ brains as they develop, showing how these changes may help explain why the first signs of mental health problems often arise during late adolescence.

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Beating the Brexit Blues: four ways to Brexit-proof your technology business

John Moore from Kingly Brookes considers some basics for technology businesses to think about in these early days of uncertainty.

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Stocks in Focus: Greene King

This week Oliver Phillips of NW Brown looks at Greene King following the preliminary full year results announced at the end of June.

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Rowing to business success

With the summer Olympics soon to begin in Brazil, what can business learn from world-class athletes?

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‘Why criminalising doping would be a crime’

A free conference featuring some of the UK’s leading sports law experts will take place at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge on Friday, 16 September.

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Study shows pricing and licensing trends are transforming the enterprise software market

The enterprise software marketplace is undergoing a massive transformation as the pricing and licensing models dictating how software is bought and sold evolve.

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The past, present and future of smart factories

Technavio published a report detailing the top three emerging trends impacting the Global RTLS Market for industrial applications to 2020, and found that Ubisense is behind smart factories for many of the globe's leading manufacturers.

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Scientists to develop precision medicines which exploit DNA damage as treatments for cancer

Scientists at the University of Sussex are to create a portfolio of new cancer drugs which exploit our DNA damage response (DDR) system in order to kill cancer cells - in a bid to revolutionise treatment for the disease.

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TLIP boosts pharma, materials and medical device team expertise with latest appointment

Mat Leese joins specialist European Patent Attorneys TLIP, based at Chesterford Research Park.

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Glass Solutions helps ALS to maintain laboratory supplies

ALS Food and Pharmaceutical, based in Chatteris, UK, relies on Glass Solutions to maintain its laboratory glassware.

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