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Ken McNamara/  a close up of the geology of Bath

The 'Magna Carta' of scientific maps goes on display 200 years after first publication

One of the most important maps of the UK ever made – described as the ‘Magna Carta of geology’ – is now on permanent public display in Cambridge after being restored to its former glory.

03/08/2015Read in full

How do local companies measure performance?

How do small and medium sized businesses measure performance? A new research project is trying to answer this – and suggest improvements – by studying firms across the East of England.

03/08/2015Read in full

Antenova announces Sinica

Antenova announces Sinica - a novel embedded GNSS antenna

Antenova Ltd, manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules for M2M and the Internet of Things, is announcing a new, embedded GNSS antenna, named ‘Sinica’, which operates on the 1559 – 1609 MHz satellite bands. This new antenna uses a novel design approach and new materials to achieve high performance from an ultra low profile antenna.

03/08/2015Read in full

Thang Bui

PhD student wins prestigious Google Fellowship

Cambridge University Department of Engineering PhD student Thang Bui has been awarded one of 15 prestigious Google European Doctoral Fellowships for his research into speech technology.

03/08/2015Read in full

Dr Hans Hagen

Hagen scoops top job at CUHP

Dr Hans Hagen is to join Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP) as its chief operating officer and research lead on 10 August 2015.

03/08/2015Read in full

St John’s College Leads The Way With First French Culinary Excha

St John’s College leads the way with first French culinary exchange

A Cambridge College has recently achieved a ‘training first’ by hosting two French students from an internationally-renowned Hotel School, to share experiences and examples of best practice with its own catering and front of house teams.

03/08/2015Read in full

November dates for two new executive pay courses from Yellow Hat

Saffron Walden-based Reward consultancy Yellow Hat is offering two new one-day seminars in executive pay as part of the E-reward ‘Mastering Reward’ series.

03/08/2015Read in full

Hauser Forum, home to Cambridge Network

Ten years on - what do you think of the Learning Collaboration?

As Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration approaches its 10th anniversary this November, the Network is calling on all those who've used its training courses to provide some valuable feedback on the service. Please can you help by filling in a short survey?

02/08/2015Read in full

Outsourcing bridges the accounting skills gap for SMEs

Outsourcing bridges the accounting skills gap for SMEs

Running a small or medium business involves managing a range of priorities and challenges, many of which can needlessly burden the management team. By investing in qualified accounting resource, finance doesn’t need to contribute to the burden.

31/07/2015Read in full

Graduate Blog July 2015

Pure’s Graduate trainee shares her top tips for fellow graduates looking for work

With the summer holidays underway, many university graduates across the region will be looking to find their first step on the career ladder. So Pure Resourcing asked Gemma Pritchard-Jones, its Graduate Trainee Recruitment Consultant, to share her top tips for fellow graduates looking for work.

31/07/2015Read in full

Cambridge Sensotec celebrates its 15-year anniversary

Cambridge Sensotec celebrates its 15-year anniversary!

July 2015 has marked the 15-year anniversary since Cambridge Sensotec began manufacturing the Rapidox gas analyser range.

31/07/2015Read in full

Funding for the creative industries

Funding for the creative industries

The Creative local growth fund recognises how arts and culture can contribute to local economic growth by helping fund activity to support the creative industries, tourism and a stronger cultural sector by levering in EU Structural and Investment Funds from Local Enterprise Partnerships.

31/07/2015Read in full

Monument Trust donates an additional £5 million to Cambridge Judge Business School

Monument Trust donates an additional £5 million to Cambridge Judge Business School

Monument Trust donates an additional £5 million to Cambridge Judge Business School, bringing its total contribution to £18 million.

31/07/2015Read in full

Cllr Bullen's Plane

Councillor raises funds for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity by raffling a flight over the city

A flight over Cambridge is being offered for the price of a £5 raffle ticket after Councillor Paul Bullen decided he would like to raise funds for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity.

31/07/2015Read in full

managing director Richard Mould

Another record 12 months on cards as Cooper Lomaz celebrates 25 years

Independent East Anglian recruitment company Cooper Lomaz is set to celebrate a quarter century of success with another record-breaking year in Cambridge. It expects to earn 30% of 2015’s £5.4m fees income from matching candidates to jobs in Cambridge alone.

31/07/2015Read in full

'Jolly Old Beast' - a dinosaur song revived after 160 years

On New Year’s Eve 1853 a group of entrepreneurs dined inside the mould of a giant model iguanodon and, it is reported, sang a rousing song in praise of dinosaurs. The chorus runs: 'The jolly old beast/Is not deceased/There’s life in him again! ROAR.'

31/07/2015Read in full

Test drive a vehicle at Motability’s free event

Discover a world of worry-free motoring at Motability’s free Cambridgeshire event

This summer, disabled motorists and their families can find out all they need to know about the Motability Scheme by heading to the One Big Day event at Peterborough Arena, Cambridgeshire next Thursday (6 August).

31/07/2015Read in full

Your app reduces staff stress? Prove it

As Rize reaches its two year anniversary, its Founder and CEO John Harper discusses the importance of Rize (and other mental health technologies) basing their claims on hard evidence for improving mental well-being.

31/07/2015Read in full

Photo of progress at the new build site, taken on 28th July 2015

Munro races to raise £3000

Mechanical and electrical installation specialists help raise funds towards the new Arthur Rank Hospice Charity hospice, with a tremendous day out at the July Races.

30/07/2015Read in full

L-R: Mike Bentley, Donna Talbot & John Dennick

Rotary Club of Ely presents hospice with £1000

Arthur Rank Hospice Charity was thrilled to accept funds raised from Aquafest and Christmas collections at the Rotary's recent lunch, where Donna Talbot, its Director of Fundraising & Communications, was also able to share news of the new hospice build.

30/07/2015Read in full

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