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Greater Cambridge City Deal Board to decide on smart transport projects

On 13th July the Greater Cambridge City Deal Board will decide on smarter transport plans that include work towards integrated ticketing, online ticket purchase and feasibility work on driverless vehicles. This will support the recently-agreed eight-point plan for tackling congestion in Cambridge.

30/06/2016Read in full

New antibiotic Zavicefta approved in the EU for patients with serious bacterial infections

AstraZeneca has announced that the European Commission (EC) has granted marketing authorisation for Zavicefta (ceftazidime-avibactam, previously known as CAZ AVI), a new combination antibiotic for the treatment of patients with serious Gram-negative bacterial infections requiring hospitalisation.

29/06/2016Read in full

Cambridge Network team pedals 60 miles for cancer charity

An intrepid team from Cambridge Network sets forth this Sunday (July 3rd) to cycle 60 miles from London to Cambridge. The fabulous five are raising money for Breast Cancer Now, the UK’s largest breast cancer charity, and are asking for support from Network members.

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Diabetes sniffer dogs? ‘Scent’ of hypos could aid development of new tests

A chemical found in our breath could provide a flag to warn of dangerously-low blood sugar levels in patients with type 1 diabetes, according to new research from the University of Cambridge. The finding, published in the journal Diabetes Care, could explain why some dogs can be trained to spot the warning signs in patients.

30/06/2016Read in full

Final phase of 20mph project to roll out in West, Central and South Cambridge

Cambridge City Council’s city-wide 20mph project is entering its final phase, with work to install 20mph signage across the city’s West Central and South area wards.

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Thales survey reveals record rise in use of encryption

Companies with a mature encryption strategy are more likely to use hardware security modules and consistently report lower levels of key management pain, says Thales e-Security.

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Brexit – what does it mean in the short-term?



Lower consumer spend, lower GDP growth, delayed investment decisions and reduced public spending are just some of the impacts the UK will see as a result of the referendum result that will see the country leave the European Union. Further afield, uncertainty will put pressure on economies across Europe and beyond; with general elections, a stronger US dollar and capital outflows creating further destabilisation.

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UK interior designer develops maker-artisan online search

News about the Select A Maker directory is spreading. International online News feed, The Editor at Large, has just published a piece about Cambridgeshire interior designer Yasmin Chopin's online maker directory.

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Why can effort estimates sometimes be so inaccurate?

We all know that what you see of an iceberg is only a fraction of what is hiding under the surface, but we can be very accurate in estimation sometimes, and out by orders of magnitude at others. This article looks some of the factors that make the difference.

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Mattioli Woods win Best Wealth Management Adviser award

Leading wealth management and employee benefits provider, Mattioli Woods plc, has been awarded Best Wealth Management Adviser at the Money Marketing awards 2016.

29/06/2016Read in full