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Bridging the knowledge transfer divide: fill out a quick survey to help Cambridge Enterprise

The difficulty in translating university research into the commercial realm is a well-documented problem. The reason is often that industry and academia are driven by different motivations related to their fundamentally distinct core.

31/10/2014Read in full

Businesses asked to help identify barriers to growth

A group of business leaders is asking the business community to identify and share the key issues that are impeding growth in the area and prioritise the schemes of work necessary to remedy them.

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Fireworks on Midsummer Common

Fireworks on Midsummer Common

Cambridge will be living up to its reputation for stunning firework displays when this year’s event, organised by Cambridge City Council, takes place on Wednesday 5 November on Midsummer Common.

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Make Me, Eat Me! book cover

Cook up a storm with Bidwells' charity cookbook - 'Make Me, Eat Me!'

Leading property consultancy Bidwells has launched a charity cookbook as part of its fundraising celebrations to mark its 175th year in business.

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Huie Lamb with P-51 Mustang

WWII US veteran ace airman unveils aircraft telling his story

Yesterday (Thursday) IWM Duxford’s newly conserved P-51 Mustang was unveiled by 90 year-old Second World War veteran US airman Huie Lamb.

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Workshop looks at changes needed to reduce energy consumption

Anglia Ruskin University's Dr Chris Foulds will explain how we need to change practices, rather than simply change technology, during a free public workshop next week to examine our carbon footprint. In particular, he will discuss how changing our practices is not an easy thing to do.

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Alchemie Technology Ltd announces strategic collaboration with Trident (an ITW  Company)

Alchemie Technology Ltd announces strategic collaboration with Trident (an ITW Company)

Alchemie Technology is pleased to announce a strategic collaboration with Trident (an ITW Company) to supply Trident print heads for industrial inkjet applications.

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Saliva Testing

Ask yourself: am I about to assign my research samples to the right company?

Secured your research grant, made a plan, decided to use minimally invasive saliva testing to quantify your results... The number of quality assured saliva assay suppliers out there is reducing. Company takeovers, new directions, reduced R & D investment, restructuring, all lead to greater uncertainty and if your research is running for several years, stability of assay supply, reproducibility and quality is key.

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Success for Managers Tip: Are your V and C enough to get you P?

How a simple equation can help you in your business or career.

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Isomerase Therapeutics expands presence at Chesterford Research Park

Isomerase Therapeutics expands presence at Chesterford Research Park

The innovative drug discovery and development company Isomerase Therapeutics has taken an additional suite within the Science Village building at Chesterford Research Park.

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Milton Hall Cambridge

Leading employee benefits provider expands presence at Milton Hall Cambridge

Leading employee benefits provider You at Work takes offices in newly refurbished East Wing. Expansion cements Milton Hall as the company's location of choice for first office hub outside London.

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The Skills Conference 2015

More speakers confirmed for The Skills Conference 2015!

bksb is excited to announce more speakers for The Skills Conference 2015.

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Restating firms less likely to receive takeover bids

‘Higher information risk’ scares off would-be acquirers of restating companies, says paper co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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Identify the best bioisostere for your project

Spark V10.3 offers unprecedented control over scaffold hopping searches

Cresset, provider of computational chemistry software and services, announces the release of Spark V10.3 for scaffold hopping and R-group exploration. New fragment databases give 25% increase in available chemical space.

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Monetical expertise makes Alfresco virtual document creation easy

Monetical expertise makes Alfresco virtual document creation easy

With the amount of data being used across organisations growing, the situation they are increasingly finding is that they have content held in a combination of systems and formats, with access required by different departments across the enterprise.

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Cyclists take on chocolate brownie mountain!

Cycle friendly Babraham Research Campus employer, Cancer Research Technology (CRT), has won the Cambridgeshire Cycle Challenge 2014...and a chocolate brownie mountain!

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How to survive a zombie apocalypse

How to survive a zombie apocalypse

The Open University’s computing expert, Dr Neil Smith has created a programme that models a zombie apocalypse to tell us what our best chance of survival is.

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Chamber calls for end to meaningless planning consultations

Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce is calling on the government to make planning consultations more meaningful amidst claims that public opinion is simply ignored unless it fits with the government’s agenda.

30/10/2014Read in full

Showa Denko qualifies AIXTRON’s next generation 8x150mm silicon carbide production system

AIXTRON SE, a worldwide leading provider of deposition equipment to the semiconductor industry, announced today that Japanese manufacturer Showa Denko has successfully qualified the company’s most recent system for manufacturing silicon carbide (SiC) epitaxial wafers.

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Domino's Thermal Ink Jet video puts its coding and marking capabilities in the spotlight

Leading coding and marking specialist Domino Printing Sciences today premiered a video highlighting the coding and marking capabilities of the G-Series thermal ink jet (TIJ) printer.

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