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Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group wins prestigious business award

Cambridge-based aircraft maintenance, modification and design company Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group has won a coveted award at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Manufacturing Excellence Awards 2014.

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Cambridgeshire traders export £37million worth of goods in September

Companies in Cambridgeshire have exported over £37million worth of goods in September with top destinations including Russia, Turkey and Egypt.

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North West Cambridge Masterplan wins prestigious award for AECOM

Singapore, 02 October 2014 – AECOM’s masterplan for the North West Cambridge Development has won the ‘Future Projects – Masterplanning’ Award at the 2014 World Architecture Festival (WAF).

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New rules on inheritance - do I still need a Will?

The rules of intestacy in England and Wales changed on 1st October, as the Inheritance and Trustees' Powers Act 2014 came into force. Karl Dembicki of Woodfines Solicitors explains why you still need to write your Will.

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Injection pen simplifies life with diabetes

Cambridge Consultants has designed a smart injection pen to help diabetes patients track their insulin delivery.

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New National Minimum Wage rates come into force

More than 1 million Britons currently on the National Minimum Wage (NMW) are set to benefit from an increase in NMW which came into force yesterday (1st October 2014).

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Salt marsh plants key to reducing coastal erosion and flooding

The effectiveness of salt marshes – wetlands which are flooded and drained by tides – in protecting coastal areas in times of severe weather has been quantified in a study by researchers from the University of Cambridge.

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Employing reservists: do you know the drill?

Legal changes concerning the employment of Reservists came into force yesterday (1 October).

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Small cell experts raise questions of standards, interoperability and performance

While small cells have the potential to meet growing demand for mobile data and improve urban connectivity, they need to be automatically and smoothly incorporated into the existing macrocell network, raising questions of standards, interoperability and performance, according to industry experts at the Cambridge Wireless Small Cells Special Interest Group (SIG) conference yesterday (Weds).

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Stem cells: master builders, drug testers, immortal elements

Professors Austin Smith and Robin Franklin discuss how Cambridge scientists are helping to provide a stream of new knowledge about how our bodies are made and maintained, and how stem cells can fulfil the promise of being one of medical research’s great hopes.

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