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Christmas Pie Avenue, Tinsel Lane - Royal Mail finds the UK's most festive street names

Royal Mail has revealed that the Midlands is the most festive region of the UK, according to information from its address database. It has more festive street names than any other UK region.

24/12/2014Read in full

Demonstrator aircraft Credit: University of Cambridge

Watts up - aeroplanes go hybrid-electric

An aircraft with a parallel hybrid engine – the first ever to be able to recharge its batteries in flight – has been successfully tested in the UK, an important early step towards cleaner, low-carbon air travel.

24/12/2014Read in full

Dr Jerome Booth

Anglia Ruskin appoints new Chair and Deputy

Entrepreneur, economist, author, broadcaster and leading expert in emerging markets, Dr Jerome Booth, has been appointed the new Chair of Governors at Anglia Ruskin University.

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New Barclays grant right on Cambridge’s DoorStep

A new StreetGames DoorStep club has been introduced at the Abbey Mutli-Use Games Area (MUGA) in Cambridge, following the news that Cambridge City Council has been awarded a grant of £23,266 by Barclays.

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bksb strikes Gold with work experience strategy

bksb has been awarded the Gold Standard for Work Experience Schemes by Fair Train. The Gold Standard signifies excellence in providing opportunities for traineeships and apprenticeships, as well as work experience, and is the highest award that Fair Train bestows to organisations.

24/12/2014Read in full

Brian Miller

The Consumer Contracts Regulations: Are you ready?

If you are one of the many organisations in Cambridgeshire involved in selling goods, services or digital content to consumers, the new Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 may require you to make significant changes to the way you communicate with your customers, according to Cambridge law firm, Stone King.

24/12/2014Read in full

Atomic structure of the SiV- color center

Gone in 45 nanoseconds – but a new opportunity for quantum control?

In a breakthrough study scientists have revealed the coherence, or the visibility lifespan, of the spin of an electron in an emerging colour centre in diamond. This could provide a potential component for future quantum networks.

23/12/2014Read in full

Liquid crystals and new processes transform frequency selective surface performance

The CEOI has released a new article which describes the work carried out by Queens University Belfast in the development of liquid crystals and frequency selective surfaces, which can be used in a wide range of applications, including meterological sounders for global weather forecasting, microwave absorbers to reduce radar signature and enhanced transmission of microwave signals through energy saver glass.

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£654 million funding to remove potholes and improve East of England roads

A record £654 million will be spent on improving local roads between 2015 and 2021 in the East of England, Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin announced today. The investment amounts to £107 million a year, enough to fix around 2 million potholes across the region.

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Win a place on a Gas Chromatography course of your choice

Anthias Consulting is offering a chance to win one of four places on its Absolute Basics of GC & GC-MS course or a top prize of a place on any upcoming Anthias training course for 2015, your choice!

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Birketts advises on sale of building supply firm to Grafton Group (UK) Plc

Birketts, the award-winning, top 100 law firm based in the East of England, has advised on the sale of Crescent Building Supplies (Ruislip) Limited to Grafton Group (UK) Plc. The financial value of the acquisition was not disclosed.

23/12/2014Read in full

Why stars can leave West End audiences cold

“Celebrity casting” can have a negative effect on audiences in London’s West End, according to research published in the latest edition of Arts Marketing: An International Journal.

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Project forms part of Government veterans review

An initiative to help military veterans in police custody has received Government recognition.

23/12/2014Read in full

Win a Jon Burgerman illustration, inspired by your story

Rubber Cheese, the self proclaimed, “straight talking” design agency based in Sawbridgeworth, has launched a unique competition where you can win a one-of-a-kind illustration by the internationally renowned artist Jon Burgerman.

23/12/2014Read in full

Cambridge letting agent launches monthly workshops

Cambridge letting agent launches monthly workshops

This January, Belvoir Cambridge will be launching themed workshops to educate landlords and property investors about various aspects of buy-to-let.

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Cambridge MBAs expand their horizons in developing regions

Cambridge MBAs expand their horizons in developing regions

Students from many countries study for an MBA abroad in order to diversify their careers after working for a number of years in their home countries. Two Cambridge MBAs from China chose a different path however, working in more challenging markets – Kenya and Iran – before pursuing MBA studies at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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Women in Business Trade Mission: Fiona Pool

Women in Business Trade Mission: Fiona Pool

Hampshire-based Hunton Powerboats has its sights set on the US – a base in America is key to its plans. Santander’s Women in Business New York Trade Mission gave MD Fiona Pool the opportunity to make contacts and accelerate her company’s expansion drive.

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Light therapy is an effective treatment for acne

Battling with acne while trying for a baby?

Treating acne when you are trying for a baby can be difficult. Hormonal control with the mini-pill is not possible and oral antibiotics can cause mottling of a baby’s teeth. An attractive alternative is light therapy which is also safe to use throughout pregnancy and when breastfeeding.

22/12/2014Read in full

NHS Genomic Medicine Centres announced for 100,000 Genomes Project

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been announced by NHS England as one of 11 Genomic Medicine Centres that will lead the way in delivering the 100,000 Genomes Project.

22/12/2014Read in full

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CSR unlocks the Internet of Things with ARM mbed OS connectivity

CSR plc has announced details of its upcoming release of connectivity solutions for the new ARM® mbed™ operating system (OS) that will enable developers to produce complete Internet of Things (IoT) solutions with increasing speed and ease.

22/12/2014Read in full

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