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Professor Sir David MacKay 1967–2016

Professor Sir David MacKay 1967–2016

The University of Cambridge and the wider community are saddened by the loss of Professor Sir David MacKay, Regius Professor of Engineering, whose funeral takes place this Friday (May 6th).

03/05/2016Read in full

The Civils Comeback supports returning engineers

Call for practising professionals to 'help a friend' back into engineering

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is asking practising engineers and construction professionals to help former colleagues make their way back into engineering.

03/05/2016Read in full

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Lycotec to present at Gordon Research Conference

Lycotec CEO, Dr Ivan M Petyaev, will present at the Gordon Research conference, which features frontier developments in carotenoid science.

03/05/2016Read in full

Family Gaming Night is on again

Family Gaming Night is on again

The Centre for Computing History in Cambridge will be hosting another of its famous gaming nights this Saturday (7th May), opening from 6pm-10pm for an evening of family fun suitable for all ages.

03/05/2016Read in full

Professor Stephen Hawking with Newton's Principia Mathematica

Understanding gravity - from Newton to Hawking

The most important publication in the history of science – Isaac Newton’s own annotated copy of Principia Mathematica – and other seminal works by Copernicus, Einstein and Stephen Hawking feature in a new film celebrating 600 years of Cambridge University Library.

03/05/2016Read in full

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Inside Big Ben: why the world's most famous clock will soon lose its bong

London is soon going to lose one of its most familiar sounds when the world-famous Big Ben falls silent for repairs. The “bonging” chimes that have marked the passing of time for Londoners since 1859 will fall silent for months beginning in 2017 as part of a three-year £29m conservation project.

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EY analysis reveals rapidly growing e-cigarette market

The e-cigarette market is experiencing strong growth, driven by rising consumer demand and industry innovation. It is a dynamic market with consumer preferences changing from country to country, according to a new report from EY.

03/05/2016Read in full

For new product development meet Reliance at Analytica

Meet Reliance at Analytica

Reliance Precision, a specialist engineering company, will be at Analytica next week to discuss its 1,2,3 design and development approach - which makes it the partner of choice for life science and diagnostic equipment manufacturers looking for quality components and sub-assemblies right through to full product design.

03/05/2016Read in full

Bread & Meat

Explore Independent Cambridge: Bread & Meat

With the help of Independent Cambridge - the definitive guide to ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its weekly exploration of the best independent shops, cafés, restaurants, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Bread & Meat lives up to its name.

02/05/2016Read in full

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Tame your computer - check it out!

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she describes how to add check boxes to make it easier to select multiple files (Windows 7)...

02/05/2016Read in full

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Air Liquide completes major upgrade, expansion of its Bayport industrial complex in Texas

Air Liquide US held an inauguration ceremony last week to celebrate the successful redevelopment of its world-scale complex in Texas’ Bayport Industrial District, just east of Houston.

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New confocal microscope available for materials research and failure analysis

The ZEISS LSM 800 offers all essential light microscopy contrasting methods and high precision 3D topography in a single instrument.

02/05/2016Read in full

One of the images from River People

Photographer explores the lives of characters on the Thames in stunning new exhibition

A new photography exhibition celebrating the people who use the River Thames every day is launching at the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) library, One Great George Street, Westminster.

02/05/2016Read in full

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Specialist growth service GetSet for Growth reaches impressive milestone

Spring may only just have sprung, but 2016 is already flourishing for GetSet for Growth, a fully funded specialist service that has seen over 1,000 businesses enrol into its programme since launching in Autumn 2015.

02/05/2016Read in full

Meet the social venture making job-sharing accessible

Cambridge based social venture Ginibee is devoted to making Jobsharing an accessible and accepted career strategy that enables career progression alongside self development outside work.

29/04/2016Read in full

Quotient Clinical and Upperton announce a spray drying partnership

Quotient Clinical, the Translational Pharmaceutics® company, and Upperton, the UK spray drying specialist, have announced a partnership to address drug delivery challenges.

29/04/2016Read in full

The ECCC inquiry is looking at renewable energy targets.

Calls for transparency in assessing progress towards renewable energy targets

In its written submission to the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee, the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) called for an ‘open and transparent process for assessing progress towards targets.’

29/04/2016Read in full

Increase your sales with the right marketing message

A targeted approach to reaching your most willing customers begins with you and your message, says Spirus.

29/04/2016Read in full

Thales delivers trusted security for SAMSUNG ARTIK™ IoT platform

Thales delivers digital trust across connected devices, applications and platforms.

29/04/2016Read in full

Mike Derbyshire, Head of Planning at Bidwells

Bidwells' Mike Derbyshire speaks at National Planning Summit

Mike Derbyshire, Head of Planning at Bidwells, was among the key speakers at this year's National Planning Summit in London last week, where he tackled the issue of Permitted Development Rights for conversions to housing.

29/04/2016Read in full

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