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Cambridge plays a key role in the UK's digital economy, says new report

The Cambridge cluster continues to grow and make a significant contribution to the UK's digital economy, according to a new national report published today (Thurs). The Tech Nation 2016 report by Tech City UK and Nesta says turnover of digital tech businesses in Cambridge grew 46 per cent between 2010 and 2014.

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Louise James with Dr Adam Chesters

Cambridge Consultants staff set charity fundraising record

Staff at Cambridge Consultants have raised £40,000 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

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Air Liquide’s plant of the future project is a 'technological sh

Air Liquide’s plant of the future project is a 'technological showcase'

A first in the industrial gases sector, the project led by Air Liquide’s Large Industries activities in France was certified “technological showcase” by the Industry of the Future Alliance (Alliance Industrie du Futur).

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University Honorary Degrees 2016

The University Council has submitted to the Regent House, the University of Cambridge's Governing Body, the names of eight renowned individuals from the worlds of sport, the arts, business, medicine and architecture, seeking authority for their admission to Higher Doctorates honoris causa.

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Education and the brain: what happens when children learn?

Have you lost your house keys recently? If so, you probably applied a spot of logical thinking. You looked first in the most obvious places – bags and pockets – and then mentally retraced your steps to the point when you last used them.

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Roche supports EACH

Roche colleagues join fight for children with life-threatening conditions

Colleagues from pharmaceutical firm, Roche, have pledged to support local children and young people with life-threatening conditions as they announce East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) as their charity of the year for 2016.

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Student volunteers take on the litter louts

Students taking part in Anglia Ruskin's annual Student Volunteering Week and Cambridge's MP Daniel Zeichner will be tackling Cambridge's litter bugs tomorrow (Friday 12 February).

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Trustonic simplifies security for mobile and IoT apps developers

Trustonic simplifies security for mobile and IoT apps developers

Trustonic launches one hybrid software and hardware security solution to address the diverse security needs of IoT and mobile.

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Softwerx encourages more young people to consider an apprenticeship in Tech/IT

Cambridge-based IT support and services company Softwerx has been working with local social enterprise partner, Form the Future, to raise awareness of apprenticeships among 15 and 16 year olds in Cambridgeshire.

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Grey Orangery

Tiled conservatory roof replacement - rules explained

Is it worth replacing a conservatory roof without gaining proper consent ?

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e-Luminate Cambridge Festival

‘Harnessing light in medtech’ - Lumie & Polyphotonix talk at e-Luminate Cambridge

Cambridge-based light therapy specialists Lumie are partnering with medtech company Polyphotonix to present a fascinating talk on the role of light in our health as part of the forthcoming e-Luminate Cambridge Festival.

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Cambridge Nanotherm presents at Strategies in Light, Santa Clara

Dr Giles Humpston, Applications Engineer at Cambridge Nanotherm, will outline how Nanoceramics can enhance thermal performance whilst reducing the cost of LED subsystems at the Strategies in Light show next month.

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Designing the perfect hardware - insight at H/WExpo

Chris Simmonds of 2net will discuss, "10 Things Hardware Engineers Can Do to Make Software Development Easier" at the forthcoming UK hardware designers' conference.

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Mirage coating applied to glass.

TTP demonstrates the art of technology

The ‘Mirage’ display technology recently developed by The Technology Partnership plc (TTP) is to feature as an art installation during the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival this month.

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British Airways launches Stansted flights

British Airways is to start flying from Stansted Airport this summer to the popular holiday sunspots of Faro, Malaga, Palma and Ibiza.

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Killer flies: how brain size affects hunting strategy in the insect world

Cambridge researchers are studying what makes a brain efficient and how that affects behaviour in insects.

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Businesses invited to be part of Cambridge University's recruitment fair

Are you a local start-up or early stage business looking for Cambridge University students to help your business grow?

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Stocks in Focus: BT

This week Oliver Phillips of NW Brown looks at BT, which announced its third quarter results and new corporate structure earlier this month.

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Landlords can claim double rent or value under old statutes

Two very old Acts of Parliament, of which both landlords and tenants are frequently unaware, enable a landlord of commercial premises to seek double value or double rent from his tenant. Anna Gora of Hewitsons explains.

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High-tech Valentine: do dating apps on company-issued mobile devices pose a security risk?

A new Flexera Software report explains why some dating apps employees use on corporate and Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) to find love may be risky.

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