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VNC® now available for Raspberry Pi

RealVNC, the original developer and provider of VNC® remote access and control software today announced that Raspberry Pi enthusiasts will be able to securely and seamlessly access their Pi using VNC.

26/02/2015Read in full

Sleeping lady Credit: Alex

Sleeping over eight hours a day associated with greater risk of stroke

People who sleep for more than eight hours a day have an increased risk of stroke, according to a study by the University of Cambridge – and this risk doubles for older people who persistently sleep longer than average. However, the researchers say it is unclear why this association exists and call for further research to explore the link.

27/02/2015Read in full

Heart pulse Credit: Gabriela Pinto

Million man study examines long-term effects of blocking inflammation

Inflammation – the body’s response to damaging stimuli – may have a protective effect against cardiovascular disease, according to a study just published in the journal Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology.

27/02/2015Read in full

Yellow Rust spores bursting out of a wheat leaf

New genomics-driven surveillance to track crop diseases

UK scientists from The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), John Innes Centre (JIC), The Sainsbury Laboratory (TSL) and the National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB) have developed a new robust and rapid genomics strategy to track the devastating wheat yellow rust pathogen.

27/02/2015Read in full

Eight tried and tested ways to engage staff in charity partnerships

Eight tried and tested ways to engage staff in charity partnerships

Do you have a corporate partnership with a charity? That’s fantastic! Here are some tips for making sure your staff are engaged and geared up to help raise money...

27/02/2015Read in full

Cambridge Trauma Conference is aimed at health care professionals

Following last year’s extremely successful Cambridge Trauma Conference, Addenbrooke's Post Graduate Medical Centre is delighted to bring you another in its wake – in a similar format yet with totally new content. The event takes place on 12th and 13th March 2015 at The Møller Centre, Storey’s Way, Cambridge.

27/02/2015Read in full

Confidence Tip: How misunderstandings happen and how to deal with them

Partner 1 texts partner 2 on a very cold winter’s morning:
“Windows frozen, won't open.”
Partner 2 texts back:
“Gently pour some lukewarm water over it and gently tap edges with hammer.”
Partner 1 texts back 5 minutes later:
“Computer really messed up now!”

27/02/2015Read in full

Brand Recruitment shortlisted for prestigious award

Brand Recruitment has been shortlisted for ‘Best Creative/Digital/Media Recruitment Agency of the Year’ at the Recruiter Awards for Excellence 2015.

27/02/2015Read in full

Bailey Fisher sponsors the Perse Enterprise Conference

Bailey Fisher Executive Search is pleased to have sponsored the 2015 Perse Enterprise Conference, which welcomed the founders of LOVEFiLM and CSR to inspire 250 students from 20 schools across the Eastern region.

27/02/2015Read in full

JSC NIIK migrates to AVEVA Everything3D

Russian engineering company standardises on AVEVA’s Integrated Engineering & Design and adopts AVEVA’s newest 3D plant design solution.

27/02/2015Read in full

Paul Sutton and Ben Pridgeon

Planning for a growing team at Cheffins

With development storming ahead across the Cambridge sub-region, Cheffins is expanding its planning team to service a wave of significant new instructions. The latest recruit is Ben Pridgeon, who has joined as a Senior Town Planner from consultancy Mott MacDonald.

27/02/2015Read in full

The Humanitarian Centre invites you to its free 'Right to be Seen' photography exhibition!

The Humanitarian Centre is collaborating with Cambridge International Arts to curate an impressive and exciting mosaic of photos from anyone willing to donate photographs they may have taken through work or travel depicting a human rights theme, thereby being in line with our 'Empowered Voices Year'. We are especially interested in, but not restricted to, photos depicting technology empowering people, e.g. a person protesting with a microphone.

27/02/2015Read in full

Graphene is a one-atom thick layer of carbon atoms

Graphene’s potential for energy conversion and storage

Scientists working with Europe's Graphene Flagship and the Cambridge Graphene Centre have produced a detailed and wide-ranging review of the potential of graphene and related materials in energy conversion and storage.

26/02/2015Read in full

Cambridge housing market leads the way - new report

The UK housing market is looking strong and positive going into 2015, according to the latest Residential Commentary Book published by property consultants Bidwells.

26/02/2015Read in full

Endomag's new office in the Jeffreys Building

Endomag opens two new offices due to rapid expansion

The cancer healthcare company Endomag has relocated its Cambridge headquarters to larger offices in the prestigious Jeffreys Building, St John’s Innovation Park, due to its rapid growth this year.

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Cummins standardises on ANSYS engineering simulation software

ANSYS announced today that the world's largest independent manufacturer of diesel engines and global power leader, Cummins Inc., has signed a new agreement providing it with broad access to the ANSYS® portfolio.

26/02/2015Read in full

UK to see first real pay rise since 2007, says EY

2015 should see the UK’s workforce enjoy the first increase in real pay in eight years, according to EY ITEM Club’s special report on the labour market published today.

26/02/2015Read in full

Wireless industry finds increasing value in service centric business models

The forthcoming CW Future of Wireless International Conference will address the growing trend of wireless companies drifting away from product innovation.

26/02/2015Read in full

The naked apes c: Rob Colman

‘What does a subatomic duck say? Quark!’

Once again, comedy is a big part of the Cambridge Science Festival with the likes of Ben Clover, Festival of the Spoken Nerd and Robin Ince presenting a rollicking showcase of nerdy humour throughout the two-week Festival, which runs from 9 – 22 March.

26/02/2015Read in full

Michell's PFMini72 probe

The ‘right type’ of sensor: robust humidity sensor helps keep trains moving in cold weather

A manufacturer of safety equipment for railways relies on Michell’s Humidity and Temperature sensor, PF72-Series, to monitor and control its range of railway switch-point heating systems.

26/02/2015Read in full

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