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Centre for Computing History offers great summer workshops for inquisitive kids

Wondering what to do with the children during the holidays? Look into the exciting list of events coming up soon at Cambridge's Centre for Computing History...

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Affordable aspheric lens machine developed to improve optics manufacture

Affordable aspheric lens machine developed to improve optics manufacture

A new, low-cost table-top machine that promises the manufacture of high-quality aspheric lenses in small to medium batches has been developed by a University of Cambridge researcher.

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Qi3 and Taylor Vinters joint promotion event focuses on 'The future for UAVs'

Key representatives from companies designing and manufacturing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) systems as well as companies operating UAVs to provide services to their customers came together for the Qi3 and Taylor Vinters joint promotion event “The future for UAVs – strategic insights”.

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Left to righL Paul Marks RBS and Nik Day SOS Leak Detection

RBS and Lombard facilitate growth for Cambridgeshire start-up

St Neots-based start-up business SOS Leak Detection has received funding from RBS and Lombard to assist increased demand for their services. They have put facilities in place to assist with cash flow and an increase in the company’s fleet of vehicles from seven to 15 that will provide a flexible short-term solution for the company.

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Sophie Baillie and Hannah Campbell join Conscious Communications

Conscious Communications expands to meet client demands

Cambridge based public relations and marketing agency, Conscious Communications, has made two further appointments to its growing team, in response to client demand for digital marketing and content development services.

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The IdeaHub is now accepting applications for its Fall 2014 accelerator

The IdeaHub is now accepting applications for its Fall 2014 accelerator

Venturebright Ltd announces that its accelerator program, The IdeaHub, is now accepting applications for its Fall cohort until early September.

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Rayonier calls SteelHead 'the most successful piece of tech we've put in place in 14 years'

Riverbed solutions enable Rayonier Advanced Materials to accelerate cloud application delivery and benefit from location-independent computing.

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AdminStudio Suite 2014 helps ensure smooth, dependable safe mobile app deployment

Emphasizes importance of Software License Optimization and asset management in maximizing the value of IT services to the enterprise.

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websters gets the gold!

websters gets the gold!

websters, the tax, legal and accountancy specialists based in Cambridge, is delighted and proud to announce it has achieved a Gold Standard Accreditation from Investors in People (IIP), the organisation which champions people management excellence.

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What's the difference between an energy broker and an energy consultant?

Is there a difference between an energy broker and an energy consultant? Gaining expert advice and price comparisons from a broker is not always the right thing to do for your business...

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Six in 10 workers fail to meet job requirements, says study

According to new research, 60% of workers fail to meet job requirements within the first two years of employment.

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Top UK biology teacher spends the day at SLCU

Top UK biology teacher spends the day at SLCU

The winner of the Society of Biology’s ‘School Biology Teacher of the Year’ visited the Sainsbury Laboratory (SLCU) and University Herbarium as part of her prize.

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Chirp sings the praises of Discovering Start-Ups Competition

The winners of last year’s Discovering Start-Ups competition are urging young UK companies and entrepreneurs to enter the 2014 search for the most innovative wireless technologies and business opportunities. There's just one month left to enter the UK search for innovative wireless technologies sponsored by Deloitte.

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#AskSpirus: So, Cambridge – how do you deal with being 'Connected 24/7'?

Tania Verdonk of Spirus writes: The concept of being connected 24/7 struck an immediate chord with every business we spoke with. And sometimes, it was seen as a real positive.

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Julian meets apprentice working for company with World Cup connection

Apprentice Joshua Bird scored a winner when he landed a place with a Cambridge company with a World Cup connection. And today (Tuesday) Joshua, 21, will meet Cambridge MP, Julian Huppert to tell him about his engineering apprenticeship with Sepura which designed radios for the World Cup in Brazil.

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Cyan signs MOU with Ecolibrium Energy

Cyan, the integrated system and software design company delivering mesh based flexible wireless solutions for utility metering and lighting control, announces that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Ecolibrium Energy Private Limited to enter into a partnership to develop, market and deploy integrated smart metering solutions in India.

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Minister for Civil Society joins cohorts for first day of new social venture programme

Minister for Civil Society joins cohorts for first day of new social venture programme

Outstanding entrepreneurs with ambitions to set up or grow an existing business dedicated to making a positive social impact have attended their first day of training on the new Social Incubator East programme.

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Building ‘invisible’ materials with light

A new technique which uses light like a needle to thread long chains of particles could help bring sci-fi concepts such as cloaking devices one step closer to reality.

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Powerful line-up to judge East of England's newest businesses

The judging panel for the 11th annual Startups Awards has been announced, with some of the greatest business brains in Britain set to assess entrants across the East of England. Nineteen high profile judges have been selected, including entrepreneurs, CEOs and managing directors of the country’s most successful companies, as well as media experts.

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Cambridge Index rises 1.9%

The Cambridge Index rallied 1.9% or 294.03 points to 15,406.2, as seven of the top ten index heavyweights posted weekly gains.

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