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Food and FMCG giants are looking for innovators to pitch them new ideas

Food and FMCG giants are looking for innovators to pitch them new ideas

Do you have an innovative idea or product that could help companies such as Mars, Tesco and Crown Packaging overcome their business challenges?

23/09/2016Read in full

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Sawtry engineer achieves Chartered status

Civil Engineer Lewis Bridgman has been awarded membership of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

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Anglia Ruskin strengthens links with Nanjing

A new China-UK Creative Centre has been officially opened at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge.

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Europe’s first General Data Protection Regulation Practitioner qualification

IT Governance, the leading provider of cybersecurity and data protection expertise, is delighted to deliver the first General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) qualification available in Europe.

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Local Paralympian Louis has a golden Rio games

Cambridge City Council has offered its congratulations to local Paralympian Louis Rolfe following his medal-winning exploits in Rio de Janeiro.

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Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale exhibition

Cambridge Original Printmakers showcases local talent

Don't miss the opportunity to buy limited edition original prints from the amazing local printmaking talent at the Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale exhibition, which opened yesterday (Thurs) and continues until Wednesday 28 September at the Pitt Building in Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1RP.

23/09/2016Read in full

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Hinkley C: making the best of a bad job

Hinkley C will provide reliable, but relatively expensive, electricity when it comes on stream, says The Scientific Alliance.

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Cambridge teams trade their day jobs for an evening raising funds for new Hospice

More than 170 people, from 18 of Cambridge’s most vibrant organisations, took part in The Stockmarket Challenge sponsored by Rathbones Cambridge, this week (20 September).

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Lucy Malby chairs sessions at Medtec Ireland 2016 Conference

eg technology Ltd's Business Development Manager, Lucy Malby, will be chairing three sessions at Ireland’s largest pure medical design and manufacturing event.

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Sex education ‘fails young people with autism’

New research indicates that mainstream school sex education classes fail to meet the needs of young people with autism.

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Anglian Water helps SMEs bring ideas to market

Delivered in partnership between the Water Industry Forum and the Water Innovation Network, a seminar at the Allia Future Business Centre, Peterborough, on Tuesday October 11th will help Small to Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) find out more about the grants, loans and finance available to support the development and commercialisation of new water technologies.

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BSI medical devices fourth annual consultants day 2016

BSI invites all medical device regulatory consultants to a one-day event covering key topics and issues in a changing regulatory landscape. Learn more on 11 November 2016 at BSI Milton Keynes.

23/09/2016Read in full

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Breheny engineer achieves Chartered status

Breheny Civil Engineer Joseph Hardwick has been awarded membership of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

22/09/2016Read in full

Anglia Ruskin achieves worldwide recognition

Anglia Ruskin University has been listed in the Times Higher Education’s (THE) World University Rankings for the first time – being named as one of the top 350 institutions in the world and joint 38th best in the UK.

22/09/2016Read in full

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Cambridge Consultants wins award for world-beating design

Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants has won a prestigious international Red Dot Design Award for the second year running.

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Tempting new Autumn & Winter menu from Trinity Hall

Introducing the tempting new Autumn & Winter menu from Trinity Hall

Experience fine dining at its very best at Trinity Hall - perfect for both corporate entertaining and private dining.

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Angie Moyes of fuz designs brochure for the Milner Therapeutics Institute

Angie Moyes of fuz was commissioned by Prof Tony Kouzarides FMedSci, FRS, Deputy Director of The Gurdon Institute, to design a brochure for the new Milner Therapeutics Institute.

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One in four customers willing to switch broadband provider this year

One in four customers are willing to switch broadband provider this year, according to the EY report ‘Navigating the Bundle Jungle: Content, connectivity and customer trust’, up from a figure of 21% in the first Bundle Jungle report, which was released in 2013.

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New report ranks Cambridge in European top 20 for innovation - and first in Europe for skills

Cambridge is one of only two UK cities - the other is Oxford - in the European top 20 for innovation, according to a new report, Competing with the Continent, published today by the think tank Centre for Cities, which presents an in-depth picture of how UK city economies compare to European counterparts, covering 330 cities across 17 countries.

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Owlstone Medical Respiration Collector for In Vitro Analysis

Owlstone Medical begins next phase in breath-based clinical trial for early cancer detection

Owlstone Medical, a diagnostics company, has announced that it is expanding its Lung Cancer Indicator Detection (LuCID) clinical trial. The study, originally funded by the Small Business Research Initiative for Healthcare (SBRI Healthcare), an NHS England funded initiative, aims to save 10,000 lives and save the NHS £245 million by 2020 with a quick, easy to use, non-invasive, high-compliance breath test to detect lung cancer.

22/09/2016Read in full

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