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Flexible microcircuits & (L-R) Victor Christou, Scott White

PragmatIC secures major investment from CIC and ARM

PragmatIC Printing Ltd, a world leader in flexible electronics, has just completed a £5.4 million funding round led by Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC) with support from ARM Holdings and existing shareholders to scale-up its operations. This strategic funding supports production of flexible integrated circuits for the ‘Internet of Things’.

26/01/2015Read in full

Professor Jorgen Randers.

Policy makers need short-term solutions

Focusing on short-term solutions offers the best hope of tackling the big long-term issues, according to leading climate change scientist Professor Jorgen Randers.

26/01/2015Read in full

City Council limits number of licensed taxis in Cambridge

Following extensive public consultation and an independent survey, Cambridge City Council’s Licensing Committee has today decided to limit the number of licensed taxis, also known as hackney carriages, that can operate in Cambridge.

26/01/2015Read in full

Blue Smile images

Companies and charities: a happy partnership?

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the focus of a special event at St John’s College Master’s Lodge on Thursday 5th February in aid of Blue Smile, the children’s charity. Technology entrepreneur Hermann Hauser - founder and director of the Cambridge Network - will be speaking on the responsibilities of business growth.

26/01/2015Read in full

Cambridge MBA climbs to 13th in global FT rankings

Cambridge MBA climbs to 13th in global FT rankings

The annual Financial Times global MBA rankings, published today, place Cambridge Judge Business School 13th, up from 16th the previous year, holding its place as the top ranked one-year MBA programme in the UK for the third consecutive year.

26/01/2015Read in full

Norman Chan recieves the award from Regional Director Glen Owen

Ipswich civil engineering student wins regional award

Ipswich student Norman Chan has won the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), East of England Best Technician Student Award.

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Great ideas meet the Mind Your Head challenge

Great ideas meet the Mind Your Head challenge

Fluorescent helmets, board games and apps to aid communication are just some of the ideas that have emerged from an innovative project launched by Headway Cambridgeshire.

26/01/2015Read in full

Patria, Portalify and Codea deliver a Multi-Agency Field Commanding System

The Finnish National Police Board and a consortium comprising Patria, Portalify Oy (part of the Sepura Group) and Codea Oy have signed an agreement for the development and delivery of a Multi-Agency Field Commanding System (KEJO) for all Finnish Public Protection and Disaster Relief (PPDR) authorities.

26/01/2015Read in full

Breaking ground at James Dyson Building

James Dyson Building has a central nervous system

Construction has begun on a hi-tech ’living building’ that will allow engineers to ‘ask how it is feeling’ and get a reply.

26/01/2015Read in full

ARNRU team

Research group to make strides in patient care

Patients will benefit from a new scheme by Anglia Ruskin University to create a community of nurses involved in high-quality research and innovation.

26/01/2015Read in full

Ipswich marina

Painful tax consequences for millions of taxpayers

Taxpayers with complex affairs or the retired with multiple incomes from different sources are likely to be under or overpaying tax where tax offices have not joined the dots between the individual and their incomes. Taxpayers are under a number of obligations they may not be aware of!

26/01/2015Read in full

Poster

Tickets now on sale for charity anniversary ball

Tickets are now on sale for a charity anniversary ball, marking Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust's ten year anniversary.

26/01/2015Read in full

Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes

Research detects PTSD 3,000 years ago

Research has discovered soldiers in ancient Iraq suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) up to 3,000 years ago.

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An evening with Raja Shehadeh

An evening with Raja Shehadeh

Award-winning Palestinian author returns to Cambridge to discuss his forthcoming book, Language of War, Language of Peace.

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42 Technology helps Linde Gases develop EVOS Ci valve breakthrough

42 Technology (42T) has worked with Linde Gases, a division of The Linde Group and one of the world’s leading industrial gas companies, to help develop an innovative new valve for industrial gas cylinders.

26/01/2015Read in full

Rosetta Mission: new results reveal comet 67P is an ‘icy dirtball’ covered in ‘goose bumps’

Scientists at The Open University (OU) have played an important role in the first results from the historic European Space Agency mission, Rosetta, to study Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. New images from the Rosetta orbiter’s camera OSIRIS and analysis from the craft’s GIADA instrument have given new insights into what comets are made of and how planets may have been formed.

23/01/2015Read in full

Huppert wins government support for cycling and walking strategy

Cambridge MP Julian Huppert has received government support for his call for a long-term commitment to cycling and walking.

23/01/2015Read in full

Dr Aled Jones of Anglia Ruskin University

Sustainability work showcased at Davos

Anglia Ruskin University’s groundbreaking sustainability work has been presented to leading figures at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

23/01/2015Read in full

Babraham Institute hosts Newton International Fellow

Babraham Institute hosts Newton International Fellow

A fellowship to host Dr Wim Pierson at the Babraham Institute is one of the Newton International Fellowships announced yesterday. The Newton International Fellowships are awarded jointly by two of the UK’s national research academies – the British Academy and the Royal Society.

23/01/2015Read in full

2:30pm today the busiest time of year for job hunters

Restless workers will be polishing their CVs later today (Friday) – as 2.30pm this afternoon has been identified as the busiest time of the year for job-hunters.

23/01/2015Read in full

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