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Clinical research at University of Cambridge receives major funding boost

A partnership led by the Medical Research Council (MRC) has awarded the University of Cambridge £25 million to provide cutting-edge equipment and infrastructure for its clinical research, from imaging single disease cells through to improved targeting of treatments for patients.

24/10/2014Read in full

Testing time for stem cells

Testing time for stem cells

DefiniGEN is one of the first commercial opportunities to arise from Cambridge’s expertise in stem cell research. This article looks at some of the fundamental research that enables it to supply liver and pancreatic cells for drug screening.

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Mission Croatia guests

Anglia Ruskin celebrates Mission Accomplished

Guests flew in from Croatia to join with students and staff from Anglia Ruskin University as its 18-year Mission Croatia project came to an end with a farewell party. The celebration was held at the Students’ Union bar on the Chelmsford campus.

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wireless thermometer and pulse oximeter

Aseptika adds wireless thermometer and pulse oximeter to self-monitoring devices

Aseptika introduces new tools to tackle the winter ills at home for the whole family.

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 Laura Worsley, Anita Macdonald, Kelly Vickers, Jo Olivey

‘Keep It In Cambridge’ marketing campaign wins Silver Award

The team at Conference Cambridge is celebrating winning a Silver Award at the prestigious Meetings Industry Marketing Awards (MIMA) 2014.

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Win Kayleigh for the Day in Charity Auction

Win Kayleigh for the day in charity auction

Aspire Cambridge will be donating two prizes for a Halloween Charity Auction on November 1st at Soham Town Ranger Football Club.

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Smart Homes 2014 Dinner Round

Smart Homes dinner and roundtable maps market maturity models

The exciting Smart Homes Dinner & Roundtable at King's College, Cambridge, on November 3rd - the eighth annual event in this programme - discusses three key applications: health, energy and security. Those attending the evening session and dinner will update on market timing and readiness for the smart home.

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Cambridge Filmworks is a firm favourite with National Horseracing Museum

Cambridge Filmworks is a firm favourite with National Horseracing Museum

Cambridge Filmworks has teamed up with The National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket to produce the first of three films documenting the centre's journey as it moves from the Old Subscription Rooms of the Jockey Club in the town centre to their spectacular new five-acre site at Palace House, Charles II's original Racing Palace.

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New date for closures on A14 major resurfacing

Road users are advised the overnight carriageway closures on the A14 in Cambridgeshire - due to start tonight (Thurs) - will now begin on Tuesday (28 October) as the £3million project to resurface sections begins.

23/10/2014Read in full

Clinked

Clinked steps onto Seedrs for crowdfunding campaign

Clinked has started a crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs.com to encourage support in its innovative start-up's ongoing success. Seedrs will enable broad exposure to relevant investors and contributors who believe in supporting award winning start-ups and high growth potential markets.

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Winners of Discovering Start-ups showcase best in UK wireless innovation

Five innovative wireless businesses won the praise of leading technology investors and wireless industry experts at yesterday’s (Wednesday's) finals of the UK Discovering Start-Ups 2014 competition hosted by Deloitte in London. Discovering Start-ups 2015 will be open to entries from European partner countries.

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Peterborough City Council chooses Transversal for digital customer service shift

Transversal has been appointed by Peterborough City Council to deliver a brand new self-service Knowledge solution for the council website that will improve internal communication for the City’s 1,400 staff and accessibility of information for 180,000 community members.

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Microarray showing PAM50 subtype

Horizon launches collection of Patient-Derived Xenograft models of breast cancer

Horizon Discovery Group plc, a leading provider of products, services and technologies in the field of genome engineering, today announced the launch of its Patient-Derived Xenograft (PDX) models of breast cancer under its SAGE Labs brand. The new panel is the largest available collection of highly characterized PDX models, and is licensed from Washington University.

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Aspire Cambridge Open Day helps jobseekers

Ever since they moved to their new office in Waterbeach, the team at Aspire Cambridge has looked forward to hosting an open day for jobseekers and their recent event didn’t disappoint!

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Somersault helps University of Cambridge Sports Centre to attract new members

Somersault recently worked with the University of Cambridge Sports Centre team to produce a film that helps to attract new members to their state-of-the-art facility on Madingley Road.

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Bango signs global agreement with Samsung Electronics

Bango, the mobile payments company, has signed a global agreement with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., one of the world's largest technology companies and the world's leading smartphone manufacturer.

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Soufriere Hills, Montserrat/Richard Herd

And now, the volcano forecast

Scientists are using volcanic gases to understand how volcanoes work, and as the basis of a hazard-warning forecast system.

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Do you notice yourself in your selfie?

New research, published this week in the journal PLOS ONE, shows that the faces of our friends are more likely to grab our attention than our own faces.

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Roma family

Report demands an end to ‘acceptable racism’

Racial discrimination against Gypsies, Travellers and Roma is still common, a report by The National Federation of Gypsy Liaison Groups and Anglia Ruskin University has found.

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School raises funds to help save children’s hearing

Cambridge school raises funds to help save children’s hearing

Children at the Perse Prep School in Cambridge have raised more than £10,000 to buy a specialist piece of equipment that could save the hearing of hundreds of children with cancer. It means CUH is now the only hospital Trust in the UK lucky enough to have an Octoacoustic emissions Kit.

23/10/2014Read in full

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