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SMEs invited to apply for new funded R&D programme

A search has been launched for SMEs who have a technology that could be adapted and commercialised to solve a real-life healthcare issue.

25/08/2016Read in full

Why energy technology is all about finding a balance

Why energy technology is all about finding a balance

The impact of energy technology is at the heart of the climate change debate, and Dr David Reiner, Senior Lecturer in Technology Policy, says it’s important to see both sides.

25/08/2016Read in full

Saliva Assay Kits

Are you offering a saliva-based hormone diagnostic service within UK/Europe?

Salimetrics has been supplying many functional testing laboratories within the UK/Europe for many years with CE marked diagnostic saliva-based assays.

25/08/2016Read in full

Abellio confirmed as new East Anglia rail franchise operator

Abellio has been confirmed by the Department for Transport as the operator of the new East Anglian rail franchise, which will commence on 16th October 2016.

24/08/2016Read in full

AstraZeneca to sell small molecule antibiotics business to Pfizer

AstraZeneca today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Pfizer Inc. to sell the commercialisation and development rights to its late-stage small molecule antibiotics business in most markets globally outside the US*.

24/08/2016Read in full

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Syrris marks 15 years of chemistry innovation

Syrris – a Blacktrace Holdings brand – is celebrating 15 years of creating pioneering chemistry solutions.

24/08/2016Read in full

Is the virtual gene panel the way forward, asks Congenica

Is the virtual gene panel the way forward, asks Congenica at Dx Summit

Mike Furness of Cambridge-based genomics analysis company Congenica says more clinical input is required to ensure consistency.

24/08/2016Read in full

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Business community excitement grows at John Bradfield Centre topping out ceremony

Trinity College Cambridge celebrated a major milestone in the construction of one of the UK’s largest innovation centres, delivered in partnership with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and Central Working.

24/08/2016Read in full

Civil engineers make the case for infrastructure ahead of Brexit negotiations

In a new two page summary report ‘Brexit – The Case for Infrastructure’, the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has set out the valuable contribution which infrastructure makes to the economy.

24/08/2016Read in full

Introducing: The Business Improvement Initiative

Introducing: The Business Improvement Initiative

WLP's Business Improvement Initiative has been launched, the no gain - no fee service guaranteeing you at least £10,000 sustainable profit improvement (NPBT)

24/08/2016Read in full

UK ranks highly in Global Innovation Index 2016

China joins the ranks of the world’s 25 most-innovative economies, while Switzerland, Sweden, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Finland and Singapore lead the 2016 rankings in the Global Innovation Index released by Cornell University, INSEAD and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

24/08/2016Read in full

Points of View: The tobacco sector

This week Oliver Phillips of NW Brown focuses on the tobacco sector.

24/08/2016Read in full

Cambridge Judge Director offers SME growth advice

Cambridge Judge Director offers SME growth advice

Small and medium-sized businesses need to be more transparent in order to grow, Cambridge Judge Director Christoph Loch writes in The Economist.

24/08/2016Read in full

Accountancy

Why do newly qualified accountants now have more power over their salary?

Pure's latest salary and recruitment survey has shown that the demand for newly qualified accountants, in both commercial and practice, is escalating across our region. Accountancy and finance recruitment is one of the consultancy's key specialisms and its associate director David Culley explains the impact this has had on salaries in this sector.

24/08/2016Read in full

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Saliva monitoring now part of the 'sport scientist' toolbox

Salimetrics Saliva Monitoring is now used more and more to monitor the wellbeing of Elite Athletes.
The technology helps the Coach assess how the athlete/player is coping with the demands of training, competition and life stress.

24/08/2016Read in full

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IT Governance offers savings on best-value ITIL Foundation training course for a limited time

IT Governance, the leading provider of IT governance, risk and compliance products and services, is offering 25% off places on its ITIL Foundation training course to help organisations achieve best practice for effective IT service management.

23/08/2016Read in full

Young academic minds for hire

Young academic minds for hire

Cambridge postdocs are the best in their fields: young academic researchers with the potential to have world-changing impact. But all too often the walls of academia hinder dialogue between industry and researchers. When this happens, that world-changing potential goes unrealised. Cambridge Minds was created to fix that.

23/08/2016Read in full

Progress on closing gender pay gaps stalls

Research released today reveals that men are more likely than women to have been promoted into senior and higher paying management roles in the past year, with no progress made on reducing the 23% gender pay gap.

23/08/2016Read in full

Rio ‘fluidity’ enabled small businesses to thrive

The Olympic Games in Rio succeeded where London 2012 failed in allowing small firms to thrive around venues where the action was taking place, according to an expert in tourism at Anglia Ruskin University.

23/08/2016Read in full

Metrion Biosciences joins CRACK IT ‘DRGNET’ human pain research consortium

Babraham-based Metrion Biosciences Ltd, the specialist ion-channel and drug discovery CRO, has entered into an agreement with a network of partners to evaluate the use of primary human dorsal root ganglion (hDRG) neurons in pain research.

23/08/2016Read in full

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