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BACTEST scoops innovation award

BACTEST has been recognised at the Food and Drink Federation Awards for its innovative Speedy Breedy technology.

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Call for entries in Horizon 2020 Competition

Ten ideas: ten prizes! Ready to win a Phase 1 or 2 funding application worth up to £10,000 in Pera Technology's unique competition?

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Cambridgeshire’s Expedeon expands following £240,000 in new funding

Cambridgeshire-based Expedeon, a specialist in protein discovery and analysis spun out of Cambridge University in 2003, is to invest in new infrastructure and machinery following £240,000 in funding from Santander Corporate & Commercial. The business has seen a surge in UK and global demand for its hi-tech services and is expanding to accommodate new opportunities.

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TWI Research Director elected as Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering

Paul Woollin, Research Director at TWI, has been elected as a Fellow by the Royal Academy of Engineering. Paul is one of 59 new Fellows selected at the Royal Academy’s AGM to join the Fellowship in recognition of their outstanding and continuing contributions to engineering.

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'Secret Millionaire' Mike receives honorary degree

A businessman who attributes his success to starting work at the age of seven will receive an honorary degree from Anglia Ruskin University in his home city of Peterborough.

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Webinar focuses on flexible displays and flexible sensors

A free webinar this Thursday (25 September 2014) will cover some of the research in the IDTechEx reports OLED Display Forecasts 2014-2024 and Printed and Flexible Sensors 2014-2024.

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Quick-change materials break the silicon speed limit for computers

Faster, smaller, greener computers, capable of processing information up to 1,000 times faster than currently available models, could be made possible by replacing silicon with materials that can switch back and forth between different electrical states.

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Akendi offers user experience training in Manchester

Leo Poll, President of Akendi UK, is pleased to announce the newest location for their User Experience Professional programs - Manchester, UK. Taking place December 1st to 5th, 2014 at the Manchester Conference Centre, the courses provide professional training and certification in user experience design.

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28-week results from AstraZeneca's DURATION-NEO-1 Phase III study

Study showed AstraZeneca’s exenatide once-weekly suspension for autoinjection provided superior HbA1c reductions vs. twice-daily exenatide (Byetta®) in adults with type 2 diabetes.

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Nanoparticle synthesis benefits from award-winning Syrris batch and flow reactors

Innovative batch and flow reactors from leading manufacturer Syrris are proving advantageous for a variety of nanoparticle applications, offering scientists working in the field numerous benefits.

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