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Have loads of fun at Lodestar next weekend

Cambridge Network members are offered a special discount on tickets to next week's Lodestar Festival (4-6 September) - the family friendly event featuring world-class acts right on our doorstep.

28/08/2015Read in full

Plant cells twisting and weaving in 3-D cultures

Cells cling and spiral ‘like vines’ in first 3D tissue scaffold for plants

New cost-effective material which mimics natural ‘extracellular matrix’ has allowed scientists to capture previously unseen behaviour in individual plant cells, including new shapes and interactions. New methods highlight potential developments for plant tissue engineering.

28/08/2015Read in full

CV tips for school and college leavers

Pure Resourcing offers CV tips for school and college leavers

Pure Resourcing Solutions says: Congratulations to everyone who has received their A Level or GCSE results in the last couple of weeks. For those now looking to get a foot on the career ladder, we’ve put together some top tips for writing your first CV.

31/08/2015Read in full

Movies on the meadows

Movies on the Meadows kick off Cambridge Film Festival 2015

Don't miss sunset screenings this August Bank Holiday weekend in the most picturesque setting Cambridge has to offer - ten films, six screens, three nights, one river, millions of stars!

28/08/2015Read in full

Apple debuts at Number Two spot as worldwide wearables market grows 223.2% in 2Q15, says IDC

(BUSINESS WIRE)--In its first appearance in the wearables market, Apple finds itself within striking distance of the established market leader, Fitbit. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker, Apple shipped a total of 3.6 million units in the second quarter of 2015, just 0.8 million units behind Fitbit's 4.4 million units.

28/08/2015Read in full

Cheque presentation

FlexiTog puts the warmth into corporate giving

FlexiTog, an international cold store clothing company based in Norfolk, has raised over £1,500 for the Neurosciences Critical Care Unit (NCCU) at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

28/08/2015Read in full

Small business owners seek advice on technology, profitability and funding

To celebrate the launch of Small Business Advice Week next week (31st August – 6th September), new research has revealed that the top three advice topics sought by small business owners in the UK concern technology, profitability and funding.

28/08/2015Read in full

Byte Night Cambridge

Sleep outside and help the homeless on Cambridge Byte Night

Intrepid people from a range of Cambridge Network member companies are preparing to sleep outside at Cambridge Airport on Byte Night (Friday October 2nd) to raise money for Action for Children.

28/08/2015Read in full

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Differences in brain structure and memory suggest adolescents may not ‘grow out of’ ADHD

Young adults diagnosed with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adolescence show differences in brain structure and perform poorly in memory tests compared to their peers, according to new research from the University of Cambridge, UK, and the University of Oulu, Finland.

28/08/2015Read in full

'Digital natives’ set to lead new era in family businesses

A digital mindset, entrepreneurial culture and competitive jobs market are combining to revive interest in younger generations in taking on family businesses, according to KPMG Enterprise.

27/08/2015Read in full

SeeSpeak - Accelerate Cambridge start-up launches videophone

SeeSpeak - Accelerate Cambridge start-up launches videophone for the elderly to connect

Families today often find themselves spread across the world, relying on the Internet to communicate regularly via video phones or by Skype on a laptop. But this can be complicated for those who are not comfortable with technology, particularly the elderly.

27/08/2015Read in full

IfTechEx wearable sensors pie chart

Sensors will enable $70bn wearable technology market by 2025, says report

The IDTechEx Research report “Wearable Sensors 2015-2025: Market Forecasts, Technologies, Players” forecasts that wearable sensors will drive the wearable technology market to $70bn by 2025.

27/08/2015Read in full

Bavarian fire brigades choose Sepura

Bavarian fire brigades choose Sepura

Two prestigious contracts have been awarded to Sepura’s long-standing German partner, Selectric GmbH, for the supply of more than 6000 TETRA radios to fire brigades in the regions of Straubing and Passau.

27/08/2015Read in full

World’s first ‘Direct Print Powered by KHS™’ system uses Xaar printheads

The world’s first ‘Direct Print Powered by KHS™’ system using Xaar 1002 printheads is in industrial-scale production and printing directly onto PET beer bottles at Martens Brouwerij in Belgium.

27/08/2015Read in full

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Gaia team celebrates first anniversary of observations

A space mission to create the largest, most-accurate, three-dimensional map of the Milky Way is celebrating its first completed year of observations.

27/08/2015Read in full

Rural workers no longer forgotten by the lone worker safety industry

Rural workers no longer forgotten by the lone worker safety industry

Lone Worker safety has been a mainstream concern for some time; however staff who work in remote or rural locations have been largely forgotten.

27/08/2015Read in full

Radiometer introduces MicroMode measuring for fetal scalp and neonatal capillary sampling

Radiometer has launched the advanced ABL90 FLEX PLUS blood gas analyzer, featuring a unique MicroMode measuring function for extremely small volume blood samples.

26/08/2015Read in full

August 2015 newsletter from Cresset

Cresset's latest news on software and services for small molecule discovery and design.

26/08/2015Read in full

L-R: Louise, Claire and Jo

Cambridge Network team revs up for Chariots of Fire

Following in the footsteps of many local professional and wannabe runners, Cambridge Network has entered a team into the 2015 Chariots of Fire charity relay race to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

26/08/2015Read in full

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Kids go free at Cambridge Science Centre

The Cambridge Science Centre is seeing the summer out with a stellar offer - two children per family go free to its COSMIC exhibition*. From today (Wednesday 26 August) to Tuesday 1 September, families can get lost in space for less.

26/08/2015Read in full

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