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Artist's reconstruction of the Fractofusus community

Earliest evidence of reproduction in a complex organism

A new study of 565 million-year-old fossils has identified how some of the first complex organisms on Earth – possibly some of the first animals to exist – reproduced, revealing the origins of our modern marine environment.

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Play’s the thing

Children’s play is under threat from increased urbanisation, perceptions of risk and educational pressures. The first research centre of its kind aims to understand the role played by play in how a child develops.

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The ZEISS MultiSEM 505 scanning electron microscope

ZEISS scanning electron microscope wins 'Microscopy Today' Innovation Award

The ZEISS MultiSEM 505 scanning electron microscope has been selected by a team of judges from Microscopy Today magazine as a recipient of the 2015 Microscopy Today Innovation Award.

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Prism Corporate Broking advises Yellowspring on sale to Amsiso

Prism Corporate Broking advises Yellowspring on sale to Amsiso

Prism Corporate Broking, the specialists in technology mergers and acquisitions (M&A), has advised Yellowspring, an Essex-based IT services and infrastructure support company, on its sale to Amsiso, an emergent London-based cloud services company established by Ferdinand de Lisser, a former Director of BIS Limited and Richard Keyms, a former Sales Manager at Six Degrees Technology Group (BIS was sold to Six Degrees in 2013).

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Maria Peyman, Katherine Shadbolt and Kitty Rosser

Birketts recruits contentious intellectual property specialist

Maria Peyman has joined the commercial litigation team at top 100 law firm Birketts as a senior associate.

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LIYSF students visit TGAC

The Genome Analysis Centre attracts leading international young scientists

Last week, 40 international students from the London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) visited The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) as part of their tour of Norwich Research Park to discover the research that takes place on the park, as well as seek out potential career paths for science graduates.

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Older jobseekers face bias – new study

A new study shows that older jobseekers are facing widespread discrimination in the UK – and older female applicants are more likely to experience bias than men.

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Streamlining crystallographic data deposition into the Cambridge Structural Database

The Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC) announces a new collaboration with the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr) that has integrated checkCIF data validation into the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) deposition process.

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CBuilder Screenshot

Micro-Robotics releases CBuilder

To give you more options in writing code for the VM2 controller family, Micro-Robotics will be releasing its internal software development tool, CBuilder, as freeware.

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Taylor Vinters' Tech Connection event features in City AM

Taylor Vinters’ Singapore-based Partner Henry Goodwin has joined City AM’s elite ‘Expert Voices’ as a blogger.

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Tecan takes precision and accuracy in liquid handling to the next level

Tecan has launched the next wave of innovation for the Fluent™ laboratory automation solution*, introducing a number of new hardware and software options that enable a much wider range of applications.

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AstraZeneca and Isis Pharmaceuticals colaborate to discover and develop antisense drugs

AstraZeneca and Isis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. have announced a strategic collaboration to discover and develop antisense therapies for cardiovascular, metabolic and renal diseases.

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Deloitte warns East Anglian businesses of the implications of major tax changes

Major changes to employment tax, proposed in two government documents issued at the end of last month, could leave many East Anglian businesses underprepared and exposed, according to Deloitte.

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Lewis Hadler

Get expert advice at Anglia Ruskin University's Clearing Centres

Anglia Ruskin University’s dedicated Clearing Centres will open at 7am on Thursday 13 August for people looking to discuss their university options.

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Claire Ruskin

Cambridge Network expanding its School for Scale-Ups

Cambridge has done brilliantly at scaling up businesses and has gained a reputation for a disproportionate level of success, writes Claire Ruskin, CEO of Cambridge Network.

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Sepura plc’s acquisition of Teltronic supported by €120m funding

Cambridge-based Sepura plc, global leader in the design, manufacture and supply of digital radio products, systems and applications developed specifically for business and mission critical communications, has acquired Teltronic SAU, a Spanish PMR company. The acquisition will significantly enhance Sepura’s position as a leading global provider of critical communications solutions and was funded by a €120 million joint facility from Barclays, Santander and HSBC.

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Doug Edwards, Xaar CEO

Founder views: Doug Edwards, CEO of Xaar

After starting his career in the UK, Dr Doug Edwards worked abroad for many years before joining Xaar as its CEO in January. A few months on, in the latest Cambridge Network Founder interview, he describes the exciting potential he sees for its inkjet printing technology...

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Self-employment in Cambridgeshire up 8% since the financial crisis

The number of self-employed people in Cambridgeshire has risen by 8 percent since the financial crisis and now stands at 57,900, according to new figures published by the Office of National Statistics.

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Brain training app may help schizophrenics

‘Brain training’ app may improve memory and daily functioning in schizophrenia

A ‘brain training’ iPad game developed and tested by researchers at the University of Cambridge may improve the memory of patients with schizophrenia, helping them in their daily lives at work and living independently, according to research just published.

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Rachel Bradley

Award-winning life sciences team appoints Cambridge IP and commercial specialist

Rachel Bradley, an intellectual property and commercial lawyer, has joined Penningtons Manches’ award winning life sciences sector group in Cambridge.

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