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John Farndon

It’s a fact: Farndon is Royal Literary Fellow

Writer, playwright and composer (and quite possibly the most useful person you could ever have on your pub quiz team) John Farndon has been appointed as the new Royal Literary Fellow at Anglia Ruskin University.

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Entry deadline extended for Startups Awards 2014

Up-and-coming companies across the East of England have been given one last chance to enter Startups Awards 2014 after the deadline was extended to Friday 26 September.

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150914_The Cambridge & FTSE AIM 100 Index Movement

Cambridge Index falls 1.5%

The Cambridge Index dropped 1.5% or 244.86 points to 16,216.1, as seven of the top ten index heavyweights posted losses.

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Dolomite launches Meros TCU-100 temperature controller at San Diego congress

Microfluidics specialist Dolomite will be launching the Meros TCU-100 at this year’s Lab-on-a-Chip & Microarray World Congress in San Diego, USA, from September 18th to 19th.

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Amino Home Reach wins prestigious CSI Award for 'Best IPTV technology or service'

Amino, leader in IPTV, has scooped a top industry award for Amino Home Reach – the second major accolade of the year for the company’s innovative home monitoring and control solution.

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Automotive Software Debug Tool Company

Lauterbach demonstrates debug tools at UK Automotive Electronics Conference

Leading software debug tool company Lauterbach has announced that it will be demonstrating its leading edge debug tools and presenting at the AESIN Annual Conference 2014 taking place at The University of Warwick, 14th & 15th October.

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Seminar provides an introduction to buying or selling a small business

A free evening seminar next month provides small business owners with the opportunity to learn about the steps involved in buying or selling a small business.

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Sam Moore receives his certificate from Geoff French

Cranfield engineer achieves professional technician status

A Cranfield man has been awarded Technician Membership of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). Sam Moore is now entitled to add the letters TMICE to his name.

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Cyprus Airways return to Stansted marked with water arch salute

Cyprus Airways return to Stansted marked with water arch salute

Stansted Airport marked the return of Cyprus Airways scheduled flight services to and from Larnaca with a water arch salute by the Airport Fire Service when the airline touched down at Stansted on Sunday.

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Anthias Consulting works with local university to educate in Sub Saharan Africa

Anthias Consulting continues to support and grow its international reputation for training within the Gas Chromatography arena. It is therefore pleased to announce that Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) in Nairobi will be hosting its 5-day Complete GC & GC-MS course from the 19th - 23rd January 2015.

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Record summer for Conference Cambridge

Record summer for Conference Cambridge

Conference Cambridge, the official venue finding service for the University of Cambridge, the Colleges and other unique properties, has just experienced the busiest Summer in its 16-year history.

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Can LinkedIn really boost your business?

Can LinkedIn really boost your business?

Are you a part of the LinkedIn revolution? With 300 million members worldwide, the fast-growing social media network is the perfect platform for SMEs wanting to make valuable connections and grow their brand.

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Yves de-Sevin, FIDAL and Mark Jeffries, Mills & Reeve

Mills & Reeve and FIDAL announce affiliation

Mills & Reeve and FIDAL have signed a memorandum of understanding which highlights the growing international ambition of the leading UK law firm and further enhances FIDAL’s select network of preferred firms in key jurisdictions.

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Saliva News

Starting your Psychology degree? Salimetrics publishes a guide to 'Saliva Research'

In 1992 Dr. Irwin Mandel addressed the first New York Academy of Sciences meeting on the topic of saliva as a diagnostic fluid, where he referred to the concept of using saliva as “a mirror of the body.” After nearly 20 years of subsequent work in this field, however, we are now witnessing a sharp rise in the acceptance of saliva as a valuable testing medium alongside, or as an alternative to, traditional testing fluids like blood and urine.

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World’s best PCB-based thermal management available via Spirit Circuits’ Go Naked Programme

Cambridge Nanotherm and Spirit Circuits, one of the UK’s leading PCB manufacturers, announce the availability of Cambridge Nanotherm’s thermal management technology as part of Spirit’s Go Naked free PCB-prototyping service. Cambridge Nanotherm’s unique dielectric nano-ceramic material presents the world’s best solution for wicking-away heat from LEDs and other semiconductors.

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Virido prototype

Cambridge housebuilder offers family chance to live rent free for a year

Cambridge-based housebuilder Hill is offering a family the opportunity to live rent free for a year in a sustainable concept home in Cambridgeshire.

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London companies look to Cambridge as destination for events

London companies look to Cambridge as destination for events

London-based companies are increasingly looking outside the capital for places to hold their events – and Cambridge is ranking high in the popularity stakes.

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Winton Symposium tackles the challenges of a growing population

Winton Symposium tackles the challenges of a growing population

On September 29, Cambridge University's Department of Physics will host the third annual Winton Symposium at the Cavendish Laboratory on the theme of ‘Global Challenges for Science and Technology’.

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Logo for Smart Systems Summit 2014

Cambridge speakers feature at London Smart Systems Summit

The London Smart Systems Summit (1-2 October 2014 at the IoD) sees a strong presence from Cambridge companies, such as AlertMe, Sentec and Neul. The evening session, dinner roundtable and full day conference bring together 30 leading contributor keynotes and expert speakers at this top central venue.

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Breakthrough MS nano-therapy wins award

Nanotechnology could revolutionise treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS) patients in ground-breaking trials planned by a Cambridge scientist.

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