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Schemes promote healthier eating across the city

Awareness and availability of healthier eating options are set to be promoted in the city under two schemes being proposed by Cambridge City Council.

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Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes

Professor to advise NHS on mental health plan

A Professor at Anglia Ruskin University is to be part of a new taskforce set up by NHS England to improve mental health provision in England.

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The IET seeks Cambridge innovators for the 2015 IET Innovation Awards

The IET seeks Cambridge innovators for the 2015 IET Innovation Awards

Does your latest innovation have what it takes to be an IET Innovation Award winner? Enter today to showcase your latest achievements across the breadth of engineering, science and technology.

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Santander named Best Current Account Provider at Business Moneyfacts Awards 2015

Santander wins four awards: ‘Business Bank of the Year’ ‘Best Business Current Account Provider’, ‘Best International Solutions Provider’, and ‘Innovation in the SME Finance Sector’.

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Cambridge Science Centre is choc full of science

This Easter the Cambridge Science Centre will be exploring the science of chocolate and what makes your favourite bar (and egg) taste so good!

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Hands-on activities by LMB scientists at the Cambridge Science Festival

Hands-on activities by LMB scientists at the Cambridge Science Festival

The opening weekend of the 2015 Cambridge Science Festival was a huge success, with thousands of visitors attending events on the 14 and 15 March. The MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB) scientists designed and ran two of the activities, ‘See your Cells’ at the Corn Exchange and ‘Crystal Clear’ at the Chemistry Department.

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Personal qualities more important than gender in support services for vulnerable young men

Commitment, consistency and the ability to form relationships of mutual care and respect are of greater importance than gender in recruiting staff to services that support vulnerable young men, researchers from The Open University have concluded.

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Deciwatt named 2015 Shell Springboard national winner

Deciwatt named 2015 Shell Springboard national winner

Deciwatt has been named 2015 Shell Springboard national winner and awarded £150,000 for its low-carbon innovation, GravityLight.

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See the light with Tecan’s Infinite® M200 PRO

Tecan’s Infinite® M200 PRO reader has helped Californian company Sevident to establish rapid, sensitive immunofluorescence and colorimetric assays based on its proprietary NETs technology.

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Business mentors needed to support new start ups

Local enterprise agency NWES is seeking volunteer mentors to support new entrepreneurs who are starting or growing a business under the Government's Start Up loans programme.

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'Accelerating projects by encouraging help'

Even with proper planning in product development, keeping projects on track is a challenge because project workers have private information about the real progress, which they do not always want to share.

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Schlumberger introduces coiled tubing real-time multiset inflatable packer

Schlumberger's ACTive Straddle packer isolates and treats multiple zones on a single trip, reducing workover costs and improving treatment efficiency for production optimisation.

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LexisNexis & Cambridge JBS announce partnership to mark achievements of women in law

Cambridge Judge Business School, Executive Education and LexisNexis UK, a leading provider of content and technology solutions, today announced a partnership to create a publication to mark the achievements of women in law. The partnership will promote and celebrate success and innovation across the industry.

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Over Day Centre's tips for charity cash success

With this year’s Cash for the Community campaign well underway, Cambridge Building Society thought it would be a good time to catch up with one of the beneficiaries of last year’s £10,000 giveaway.

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Birketts’ specialist health and safety law team receives industry award

Leading East of England, top 100 law firm, Birketts, has been named as ‘Health and Safety Law, Law Firm of the Year – UK’ at the Finance Monthly Law Awards 2015.

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Success Tip: Five top persuasion tips

Have you noticed that the most successful people in their personal, career and business lives are the people who are good at persuading and getting people to say ‘Yes’?

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Linx builds for the future with new HQ

Linx builds for the future with new HQ

Global coding and marking specialist Linx Printing Technologies has unveiled its new, purpose-built UK headquarters.

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Professor Richard Gilbertson

Childhood brain tumour expert to lead Cambridge Cancer Centre

One of the world’s leading childhood brain tumour experts, Professor Richard Gilbertson, has been appointed as Li Ka Shing Chair of Oncology in Cambridge and Director of the Cambridge Cancer Centre. He will take up his appointment in August.

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Blue Chip launches new RE2 single board computer at hi-tech conference

Blue Chip is to demonstrate the latest version of the acclaimed RE2 hardware platform for embedded systems at this year's UK Device Developers' Conference.

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Dolomite’s microfluidics technology ideal for B cell encapsulation

A Dolomite droplet generation system is helping researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York.

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