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L-R Steve Pleasance, David Fairen-Jimenez, Sherry Coutu

Cambridge teams triumph in Emerging Technologies Showcase 2015

The University of Cambridge scored highly in the Royal Society of Chemistry’s annual Emerging Technologies Showcase this week, which saw more than 200 technologists, scientists and academics attend a day of talks and pitches at Burlington House.

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IDTechEx investigates technological megatrends for vehicles

IDTechEx research shows that there are three important technological megatrends for vehicles that are now coming increasingly important. They are shaping what is designed and the market positioning of new vehicles, from type of customer targeted to the location where the vehicles will be used.

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Octopus -Credit: Albert Kok

'Map of life' predicts ET (so where is he?)

The author of a new study of evolutionary convergence argues that the development of life on Earth is predictable, meaning that similar organisms should therefore have appeared on other, Earth-like planets by now.

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COPO workshop

Workshop looks at publishing open data in the plant sciences

The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) has hosted the first Collaborative Open Plant Omics (COPO) consortium workshop aiming to understand and manage the sharing and reuse of datasets within plant sciences.

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TriSys 2015

TriSys releases new software version of its proven recruitment CRM technology

TriSys Business Software, a leading supplier of CRM software for recruitment agencies, has released the latest version of its enterprise recruitment software platform.

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Toolkit launched to unlock new audiences and revenues for the arts

A new toolkit to help arts and cultural organisations grow their digital products and services has been launched - the first of its kind for the sector.

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New products boost TTP Labtech’s sales

TTP Labtech, a world leader in the design and development of automated instrumentation and consumables for life science applications, has reported record orders of £20.1 million for the year ending 31st March 2015.

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The Welding Institute Annual Dinner 2015

The Welding Institute Annual Awards and Dinner 2015

The Welding Institute’s Annual Awards and Dinner took place this week (Tuesday 30 June 2015) at King’s College, Cambridge, with over 200 invited guests from industry and academia.

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Nicola Brown, Partner for Mills & Reeve

The University of West London appoints Mills & Reeve as sole legal provider

Law firm Mills & Reeve has been appointed as sole legal provider to The University of West London (UWL).

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Ginny Robinson, David Robinson, Chairman of ACT, Brooke Bear and

ACT thanks supporters with summer celebration

ACT's second annual summer celebration event to thank supporters raises £12,000.

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Design & production of arcade machine facades for ARUK

A playful design for Alzheimer’s Research UK from D&A Creative

Alzheimer’s Research UK (ARUK), a leading research charity aiming to defeat dementia, turned to D&A Creative when they needed a playful design to educate and engage younger audiences.

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TriSys Apex

TriSys announces low cost recruitment agency CRM at only £45 per month

TriSys Business Software, a leading supplier of CRM systems for recruitment agencies, is announcing a brand new version of its award-winning recruitment CRM database, with full support for web browser and mobile access, facilitating always-on and anywhere access to candidates, contacts, customers, requirements and placements.

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The Gupta Cuppers relax outside the Club House after their win

Gupta Cuppers & Arthur Rank Hospice win at Gog Magog golf day, raising £10,000!

A bi-annual Charity Golf Day last week was a huge success, taking the grand total of funds raised by the event since it started to £45,000.

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Project underway to map Cambridge, London and Oxford tech ecosystems

A project is underway to create the first network map of the most influential founders and technology companies in Cambridge, London and Oxford.

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Ashton KCJ's new Associates

Ashton KCJ appoints ten new Associates

Ashton KCJ Solicitors is delighted to announce a number of new Associate appointments from within the firm.

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Cambridge Breast Unit radiographers

Cambridge Breast Unit radiographers advance with Macmillan backing

Women visiting the Cambridge Breast Unit at Addenbrooke’s Hospital will benefit from reduced waiting times and an improved service thanks to funding from Macmillan Cancer Support to give advanced practice training to two radiographers.

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How to visualise and interpret biological data

The 1st Annual BioJS Conference and hackathon takes place this week (3-4 July 2015), hosted at The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) in Norwich.

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New - Vamos Kids: fun and dynamic Spanish classes for children and teenagers

Hola! Join the Spanish fun with lively, engaging Spanish classes for children aged 4 and up.

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Juliet Allan, Marketing Director at La Playa, with award

La Playa wins Niche Marketing award

Boutique, independent insurance broker La Playa has won the first ever Insurance Marketing & PR Awards 2015 award for ‘Niche Marketing Campaign’.

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The CCDC announces the Golden Jubilee of the Cambridge Structural Database

The Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC) celebrates 50 years of the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) with a Scientific Symposium and the launch of new software in the CSD-System suite.

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