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Deloitte reports fourth consecutive year of revenue growth and invests for future

Deloitte, the business advisory firm, has reported revenue of £2.55bn for the year ended 31 May 2014, a 1.4% increase on the previous year’s revenue of £2.52bn. The firm’s net revenue, after expenses and disbursements, grew by 3% to £2.13bn from £2.06bn in 2013.

27/08/2014Read in full

Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC) creates a live laboratory

The Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC) is preparing to create the Centre’s first-ever live laboratory on site at the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge.

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Citrix DaaS survey reveals growth, infrastructure trends, vertical market maturity

A new report from Citrix captures insights from more than 700 providers in 25 countries.

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Julian Huppert discusses how expensive everyday life can be for the disabled

MP Julian Huppert has been discussing the issue that disabled people can pay up to an extra £1,000 a month just to live the same lives as everyone else.

26/08/2014Read in full

MRC Technology negotiates license with Bio-Techne for GOPAL protein synthesis technology

MRC Technology, a technology transfer organisation, today announced it has negotiated a licence for a protein synthesis technology, Genetically encoded Orthogonal Protection and Activated Ligation (GOPAL), with Bio-Techne, (Techne Corp.), a global life sciences company providing innovative bioactive tools and resources for the research and clinical diagnostic communities. The GOPAL technology was originated at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology.

26/08/2014Read in full

Centre for Computing History downloads Heritage Lottery Fund support

The Cambridge Centre for Computing History has received an £85,000 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for Viva Computer! A People’s History of Home Computing.

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Stress, anxiety, depression? Help your body

Forgetting things? Constantly anxious without really knowing why? Not sleeping well? Feeling exhausted? Headaches? These are all symptoms that could be linked to stress. Despite the stigma attached to the feeling of not being able to cope there are biological processes at play that are complex but logical and you can take some action to restore some balance to your body and help it cope with these biological processes.

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Michell Instruments researchers pioneer progress in high pressure humidity calibration

Michell Instruments Research has reported significant progress in its project with the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to improve the current high-pressure dew-point generator technology.

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Citrix updates market-leading third-gen unified platform for virtual apps and desktops

Citrix has announced new releases of XenApp and XenDesktop, extending its market and technology leadership in application and desktop virtualization and in business-ready workspaces.

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US-based Color Ink creates unique 3D bobsled with an Inca Onset Q40i digital flatbed printer

Working with a tight deadline and a challenging assignment, Color Ink delivered its client realistic 1:1 scale models of Olympic bobsleds in time for the Olympics. The realistic replicas were created with exceptional structural design and solid printing.

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