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Innovative new consortium is formed to develop and study early stage drugs

A new Consortium will act as a ‘match-making’ service between pharmaceutical companies and Cambridge researchers, with the aim of developing and studying precision medicines for some of the most globally devastating diseases.

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Bango CEO ioins PM’s Asia Trade Mission to launch mobile payment partnerships in the region

Bango announced that in the first half of 2015 it has completed seven mobile payment agreements with Mobile Network Operators across Asia. This includes launching carrier billing routes for Indosat and XL in Indonesia, and Taiwan Star in Taiwan.

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Cambridge Index falls 1.2%

The Cambridge Index eased 1.2% or 203.5 points to 17,436.3, led by losses to the share prices of index heavyweights such as ARM Holdings, Johnson Matthey and DS Smith.

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Redgate Software plans to offer term time jobs

In an innovative move to recruit new people, Redgate Software is planning to tap into the skills of mothers, stay at home fathers, and others who find it hard to continue their careers in IT because of commitments like child care, by opening up a term time team.

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Meet the 'Spit' Professor and Salimetrics founder Douglas Granger at the ISPNE Conference

The ISPNE (International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology) Conference, entitled ‘Stress and the brain: from fertility to senility’, will take place in Edinburgh from 8 to 11 September. It aims to discuss stress from early life development, childhood and adolescence through to adulthood and senescence.

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Twin boost for air quality as city wins funding for plug-in taxi study

Cambridge has been chosen as one of just eight cities in the UK to receive funding to encourage the uptake of low-emission taxis. The news, along with the introduction of a new low-emission vehicle to Cambridge City Council’s own fleet, is a boost to the city’s emerging Air Quality Action Plan.

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Genome Analysis Centre TGAC4Kids on the road continues its success

The Genome Analysis Centre’s public engagement programme TGAC4Kids on the road visits Norwich High School for Girls Junior School and Lionwood Junior School, running interactive and informative biological activities to further the students’ understanding of cells, DNA and evolution.

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The Inca Onset platform is proving a big hit with high-end wide format printers

The Inca Onset platform leads the way in high-end wide format production due to its higher overall performance and lower total cost of ownership.

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Art exhibition with a purpose raises nearly £2500

Nearly £2500 was raised earlier this month after an artist - who has received care from the Arthur Rank Hospice - organised an exhibition and auction.

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Taylor Wessing reports increase in capital market activity

The latest edition of the Taylor Wessing Technology Barometer highlights robust levels of overall corporate activity and in particular an increase in capital market activity.

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