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Environnement SA acquires PCME

Environnement SA acquires PCME Ltd

Environnement SA, leading European supplier of environmental monitoring equipment, and the company PCME Ltd, leading European supplier of continuous particulate monitors for industrial processes, are proud to announce the acquisition of PCME by Environnement SA.

28/07/2014Read in full

London Gateway by Night

Night image of new port wins photography competition

A photograph of the dockside cranes at the new London Gateway Port has come tops in the ICE East of England annual 'This is Civil Engineering' photography competition.

28/07/2014Read in full

Eagle expands team to accelerate opportunities offered by the genomic and omics revolution

Eagle, a bioinformatics software and services company propelling new opportunities in large scale omics data and its application to real world problems in health, wellness, food and environmental sectors, has announced a number of key appointments including a new Vice President of Global Sales, and internal promotions for the Chief Scientific Officer and Chief Technical Officer positions.

28/07/2014Read in full

AstraZeneca and Roche announce partnership to develop companion diagnostic test for AZD9291

AstraZeneca today announced it has entered into collaboration with Roche to develop a plasma-based companion diagnostic test to support AZD9291, AstraZeneca’s investigational compound in clinical development for non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

28/07/2014Read in full

AstraZeneca & QIAGEN enter collaboration to develop diagnostic test for lung cancer patients

AstraZeneca today announced that it has entered into a collaboration with Netherlands-based QIAGEN to develop a non-invasive diagnostic test to identify non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients who are suitable for treatment with IRESSA®.

28/07/2014Read in full

Engineering heroes honoured in special WW1 collection

Engineering heroes honoured in special WW1 collection

A collection of archived photos, accounts, designs, journal entries and lectures has been collated into a free online compendium by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), to honour the contribution of civil engineers to British military efforts during the First World War.

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Graphene and related materials promise cheap, flexible printed cameras

Dr Felice Torrisi, Cambridge University Lecturer in Graphene Technology, has been awarded a Young International Researchers' Fellowship from the National Science Foundation of China to look at how graphene and two-dimensional materials could enable printed and flexible eyes.

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100 Years of Air Surveillance

The biggest advance in radar technology comes home

Aveillant’s extended range Holographic Radar™ is to be trialled in November at a site near Woodbridge, Suffolk, very close to where the world’s first persistent surveillance radar protected England’s shores from enemy aircraft during the Second World War.

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Snape birdwalk - one of 30 signed prints available for purchase.

‘Silk Pearce at Aldeburgh Music’ from Friday 1 August

Aldeburgh Music is hosting a unique exhibition of signed limited edition prints at Snape Maltings Concert Hall Gallery during August, based on some of the most memorable images created by Peter Silk and Rob Steer of Silk Pearce for the organisation’s season brochures over the last 15 years.

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Charles Ashton with the Celebrity Antiques Road Trip team

BBC 'Celebrity Antiques Road Trip' visits Cheffins Auctioneers

When the BBC's Celebrity Antiques Road Trip visited Cheffins to film an autumn edition of the show, Nick and Margaret from The Apprentice arrived in a Vintage Rolls Royce!

28/07/2014Read in full

HR: Why you need a social media policy

HR: Why you need a social media policy

Social media guidelines are essential to establish boundaries and ensure your brand is correctly represented online, says Santander.

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'Earn as you learn' engineering technician opportunities for school leavers

In August, young people across the country will be reviewing their options further to receiving their GCSE or A-Level results. For some, the most desirable option may be to pursue a degree. However, university is not for everybody, and not all professional careers require a degree, so many young people will be looking for a different route to the career of their choice.

27/07/2014Read in full

Huppert celebrates British growth as GDP figures surge

In a double-whammy of good news, Britain has been hailed by the International Monetary Fund as having the fastest growing advanced economy in the world, and had the latest new GDP figures show substantial economic growth. GDP figures released this morning (Friday, 25 July) by the Treasury show solid quarterly growth of 0.8% putting Britain's economy back to the position it was in before the crisis hit in 2008.

25/07/2014Read in full

Horizon Discovery and Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development and Commercialization to collaborate

Horizon Discovery Group plc, a leading provider of research tools to support translational genomics and the development of personalised medicines, today announced its Horizon CombinatoRx division has been contracted by Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development and Commercialization, Inc. (OPDC) to perform in vitro cell line screening of certain OPDC development candidate(s). Pursuant to the terms of the contract, Horizon CombinatoRx will be paid $835,000 for work to be substantially completed during 2014.

25/07/2014Read in full

Somersault helps to make inaugural Investors in People awards a huge success

Somersault helps to make inaugural Investors in People awards a huge success

The Somersault cameras were on hand recently to capture full coverage of the inaugural Investors in People awards. The event, which was attended by over 400 people, took place at the luxurious Landmark Hotel in London.

25/07/2014Read in full

Return of the Blob

Return of the Blob

Outgoing Environment Secretary Owen Paterson attacks the Green lobby. The Scientific Alliance comments...

25/07/2014Read in full

Still time to enter IET's Young Woman Engineer of the Year Award

Still time to enter IET's Young Woman Engineer of the Year Award

The IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards are regarded as an accolade within engineering, showcasing some of the UK’s most outstanding talent. They seek to highlight inspirational women and what they have achieved as engineers.

25/07/2014Read in full

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War poetry given female voice for new app

A new interactive app featuring 45 of Wilfred Owen’s war poems has been released to coincide with the centenary of the start of the First World War.

25/07/2014Read in full

Find out what others really earn on UK’s first ever live salary comparison site

Find out what others really earn on UK’s first ever live salary comparison site

East of England recruitment consultancy firm, Pure Resourcing Solutions (Pure), has launched the first live peer-to-peer salary comparison website in the UK. comparemysalary.co.uk is designed to add a greater level of transparency to the taboo workplace conversation topic – how much do people really earn?

25/07/2014Read in full

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Innovative music foundation seeks new talent

The Dosoco Foundation believes that music has the power to change lives. Its vision is to unlock the world through sound and music where worlds need unlocking, and it does this by providing small grants - it made its first round of grants this year. Now it seeks two new visionary volunteers to help drive the organisation forward.

25/07/2014Read in full

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