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French Alps debut as new destination from Cambridge

French Alps debut as new destination from Cambridge for Winter 15/16

Leading tour operator Inghams adds the French Alps to its range of expanding holiday options from Cambridge International Airport.

29/07/2015Read in full

Is there a business case for well-being in my organisation? (Part 2)

John Harper, Founder and CEO of Rize, writes about effectively communicating the business case for well-being in your organisation.

29/07/2015Read in full

Hearues joins the Govt trade mission to Asia

Heraeus joins the British Government on its first trade mission since the election

Heraeus Noblelight, specialists in Xenon Flash Technology, has joined a group of 31 UK businesses to accompany the Prime Minister David Cameron on his trade mission to South East Asia.

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Why public relations really does matter for your company

Why public relations really does matter for your company

When you consider public relations for your company, you should spend some time thinking about George Orwell’s thoughts on the matter: “Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed: everything else is public relations,” he said.

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Bidwells team set to use pedal power to raise money for EACH

Three keen cyclists from leading multi-disciplined property consultancy firm Bidwells, will be putting the wheels in motion to help raise money for the East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH). Matt Dawson, Doug Shulman and Colin Summers will be taking part in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 Peloton Relay on Sunday (2 August).

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Grow your own talent!

Striking the perfect balance between developing your current team of employees and recruiting new talent can be a challenge; get it right and you build the strongest teams for a highly successful future, but get it wrong and you could miss out on some great opportunities, says Aspire Cambridge.

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Holly Lawler

Aspire Cambridge welcomes newest recruit to the team!

Holly Lawler joins Aspire Cambridge as a Sales & Marketing Assistant and will be the face of digital media and communications, data analytics, metrics.

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Fragments from CCDC’s Cambridge Structural Database accessible through Cresset’s Spark

Cresset releases the new Spark CSD Fragment Database derived from the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre’s (CCDC) Cambridge Structural Database (CSD).

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KISS PR shortlisted for PRide Awards

KISS PR has been shortlisted for two awards in this year’s PRide Awards, hosted by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR).

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Russ McPherson with his award

Life-saving work recognised with ambulance service award

Cambridge Regional College security manager Russ McPherson has been recognised for his life-saving emergency responder voluntary work with the East of England Ambulance Service.

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ChemiSens Calorimeter

ChemiSens Calorimeter helps Eurenco put safety first

Explosives manufacturer Eurenco, based in Karlskoga, Sweden, relies on a ChemiSens Calorimeter from Syrris to ensure the safety of its production processes.

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Accelerate Cambridge H2GO co-founder is finalist at Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards

Accelerate Cambridge H2GO co-founder is finalist at Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards

Enass Abo Hamed, co-founder of Accelerate Cambridge’s clean energy venture H2GO POWER, is one of only three European finalists and one in 18 selected women entrepreneurs worldwide in this year’s Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards.

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New partners for Pembroke's Corporate Partnership

In the past year Pembroke College has signed partnerships with China Vanke, RSJ, Yayasan Felda and UTP.

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Can your Will be ignored? Ilott v Mitson

Can your Will be ignored? According to various headlines this morning, the answer is yes! Unsurprisingly, the real answer is more complex, says Carolyn Bagley of Hewitsons.

28/07/2015Read in full

Redgate Software plans to offer term time jobs

In an innovative move to recruit new people, Redgate Software is planning to tap into the skills of mothers, stay at home fathers, and others who find it hard to continue their careers in IT because of commitments like child care, by opening up a term time team.

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Lab tubes (cropped) Credit: Enzymlogic

Innovative new consortium is formed to develop and study early stage drugs

A new Consortium will act as a ‘match-making’ service between pharmaceutical companies and Cambridge researchers, with the aim of developing and studying precision medicines for some of the most globally devastating diseases.

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Douglas Granger

Meet the 'Spit' Professor and Salimetrics founder Douglas Granger at the ISPNE Conference

The ISPNE (International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology) Conference, entitled ‘Stress and the brain: from fertility to senility’, will take place in Edinburgh from 8 to 11 September. It aims to discuss stress from early life development, childhood and adolescence through to adulthood and senescence.

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Bango CEO joins PM’s Asia Trade Mission to launch mobile payment partnerships in the region

Bango announced that in the first half of 2015 it has completed seven mobile payment agreements with Mobile Network Operators across Asia. This includes launching carrier billing routes for Indosat and XL in Indonesia, and Taiwan Star in Taiwan.

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New low-emission vehicle adds to Cambridge City Council’s fleet

Twin boost for air quality as city wins funding for plug-in taxi study

Cambridge has been chosen as one of just eight cities in the UK to receive funding to encourage the uptake of low-emission taxis. The news, along with the introduction of a new low-emission vehicle to Cambridge City Council’s own fleet, is a boost to the city’s emerging Air Quality Action Plan.

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Pupils used sweets to construct DNA models

Genome Analysis Centre TGAC4Kids on the road continues its success

The Genome Analysis Centre’s public engagement programme TGAC4Kids on the road visits Norwich High School for Girls Junior School and Lionwood Junior School, running interactive and informative biological activities to further the students’ understanding of cells, DNA and evolution.

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