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EDSAC reconstruction project

Cambridge home workshop aids reconstruction of early EDSAC computer

A home workshop in Cambridge is today playing a vital role in the reconstruction of a Cambridge University machine that 65 years ago led the world’s computing revolution. It’s one of several home workshops across England that are being transported back in time as they play their part in the reconstruction of EDSAC, one of the world’s earliest computers, that is currently being assembled at The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park.

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AstraZeneca-University of Cambridge announce joint PhD and clinical research scholarships

AstraZeneca and the University of Cambridge today announced three new joint schemes to support more than 80 PhD scholarships and eight clinical lectureships over the next five years, spanning translational science, basic and clinical research.

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MathWorks announces MATLAB and Simulink Formula Student UK Video Challenge

MathWorks, the leading developer of mathematical computing software for engineers and scientists, has launched the MATLAB and Simulink Formula Student UK Video Challenge.

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SyndicateRoom delivers fertile growth opportunity to investors

Equity crowdfunding experts at SyndicateRoom are offering investors a stake in Fertility Focus, the UK company behind an innovative home test device that delivers unprecedented 99% accuracy to help them to conceive.

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GSI launches energy and food ‘shocks’ network

Researchers at Anglia Ruskin University have secured funding to investigate how the key resources of food, water and energy are linked, and how a “shock” to one can affect the others, as well as society as a whole.

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Cambridge Index falls 0.2%

The Cambridge Index eased 0.2% or 41.2 points to 18,309.3, led by losses in index heavyweights such as ARM Holdings, Kier Group and AVEVA Group.

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 ‘Unlocking future Growth for Cambridge’

Cambridge Ahead releases new video: ‘Unlocking future Growth for Cambridge’

Cambridge Ahead's new video offers a summary of the breakfast seminar event hosted by its member, Bidwells, earlier this month at the Møller Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.

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Engineering atoms inside the jet engine: the Great British Take Off

The Periodic Table may not sound like a list of ingredients but, for a group of materials scientists, it’s the starting point for designing the perfect chemical make-up of tomorrow’s jet engines.

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The security of cash compared to the returns on investments

Life is rather complicated for the consumer in the UK today. Many of the old assumptions do not seem to hold true anymore. Many people, the retired especially, keep hold of cash as it is 'safe', with little thought about what safe means to them.

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Tame your computer - project yourself!

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 a keyboard shortcut to show a presentation on a projector (Windows 7)...

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Cultural Quiz

How do you measure up as an ambassador for your company?

Successful exporters invest time in building respect with customers and partners in their target markets.

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Dr Ivan Petyaev, CEO of Lycotec receives the Honoured Award

Dr Ivan Petyaev, CEO of Lycotec, receives the Honoured Award

Dr Ivan Petyaev, CEO of Lycotec, a Cambridge based biotech company, has received the Honoured Award at the 2nd World Conference on Targeting Liver Disease.

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Seeing double at Studio 24 as dogs come to work

Last Friday, the people at Studio 24, an award-winning digital marketing agency based in Cambridge, welcomed their four-legged friends into the office as part of Bring Your Dog To Work Day (BYDTWD).

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National Animation Award for WaveFX

WaveFX ranks highly in national animation awards

The RAR Digital Awards acknowledge digital agencies who deliver outstanding results, creative services and the very highest levels of client satisfaction. Cambridge-based WaveFX was a finalist in this year's Animation category.

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Voyage manager's new expedition tracking portal.

Voyage Manager expands expedition tracking service

Following frequent requests from solo travellers, explorers and expeditions to provide tracking, Voyage Manager has launched a new expedition tracking portal.

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Guardian Small Business Network

Onespacemedia in Guardian Q&A: how tech can give your business the edge

There's no doubt that technology makes our lives easier - but how do you sift through the glut of apps to find something that works for you? Onespacemedia founder and managing director, James Cotton, joined the panel on the Guardian Small Business Network Q&A, to answer questions on how technology can give businesses the edge. Here are the highlights.

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Ground broken on AIM Altitude’s new £11m facility

Ground broken on AIM Altitude’s new £11m facility

AIM Altitude has broken ground on its development of significant new facilities in Bournemouth. An £11m investment will see the construction of a purpose-built 168,000 square-metre facility for AIM Altitude on the Aviation Business Park at Bournemouth Airport.

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Andy Goldberg

Growing body parts for transplantation? Lecture explores regenerative medicine

Don't miss the opportunity to hear about the latest developments in regenerative medicine from one of its pioneers, Andy Goldberg OBE, Honorary Consultant Surgeon with the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, at a special Cambridge Network lecture tomorrow (Wednesday July 1st) - there are a few places left.

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Borderline medical products: a crisis of identity or an opportunity to build the brand?

Global Regulatory Services (GRS) is delighted to announce that an article written by Greer Deal, Director, has been published in the July/August edition of the Regulatory Rapporteur (the journal produced by The Organisation for Professionals in Regulatory Affairs - TOPRA).

29/06/2015Read in full

Homestuff With History

Independent Cambridge: Homestuff on the high street

One of the independents to be featured in the upcoming new edition of Independent Cambridge, the book that celebrates the amazing variety of retailers, artisans and craftspeople we have on our doorstep - is Homestuff With History, who have quite a history of their own.

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