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Granddaughter helping her disabled grandmother

Caring and sharing: challenges, costs and questions of dignity

Integration of healthcare (free at point of delivery from the NHS) and social care (means-tested and provided by local authorities) is under increasing scrutiny as the 2014 Care Act comes into effect. Research by Dr Brian Sloan, a legal scholar currently based at CRASSH, addresses some big questions about the legal framework and the ways in which the elderly and vulnerable are supported.

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Linguamatics in KMWorld’s 2015 list of '100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management'

Linguamatics has been named in KMWorld’s list of “100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management” for the second year running.

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De Villiers Walton and Transversal partner on integrated knowledge solution for SAP

SAP services partner De Villiers Walton (DVW) and knowledge solutions vendor Transversal, have formed a partnership that will help large companies integrate knowledge into their existing SAP systems.


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Affordable homes must be top priority, Huppert will tell Parliament

Cambridge’s lack of affordable properties and the plight of families struggling to get homes of their own will be raised in Parliament by MP Julian Huppert.

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European bioinformatics consortium workshop opens science

Under the auspices of the European bioinformatics consortium AllBio, a training workshop on open science and reproducibility best practice at The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) in Norwich has resulted in the first open science peer review oath being published to help facilitate the open access of research findings to allow for greater societal impact in science.

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David Gold with PJEA students at CRC

Business students enjoy a masterclass in success

Business students at Cambridge Regional College have been talking money with one of the richest men in Britain - West Ham FC Chairman David Gold.

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Ecodesk appoints KISS PR

Ecodesk, a global sustainability solutions provider, has appointed KISS PR to act as its communications agency.

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BroadWeigh benefits from in-house calibration technology for wireless load monitoring system

Wireless load monitoring system for rigging professionals is now factory tested using automated calibration machine for assured accuracy and reliability.

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'Our Dynamic Sun' by Dr Helen Mason - lecture at Schlumberger Gould Research

Solar physicist Dr Helen Mason is the honoured guest at the next lecture in the Applied Physics Seminar Series (APSS) run by the Insitute of Physics Cambridge Branch. On Wednesday 18 March, the BBC presenter will be talking about the Physics of the Sun.

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Apprenticeship event is aimed at potential employers

Find out how apprentices could fill much-needed skills gaps in your business at a special Cambridge Network event during National Apprenticeship Week next Tuesday (March 10th).

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New Swedish flights take-off from Cambridge

New Swedish flights take-off from Cambridge

Cambridge International Airport today welcomed the inaugural departure of new SUN-AIR flights to Sweden’s second biggest city – Gothenburg. Anglo-Swedish company AstraZeneca has prominent facilities in both locations and has been instrumental in launching the new flights.

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Portrait of three Anstey brothers. Est: £3,000-4,000

Auction includes lots from collection of conductor Christopher Hogwood CBE (1941-2014)

Cheffins Fine Art Sale this week (Wednesday 4th & Thursday 5th March 2015) in Cambridge includes lots from the Christopher Hogwood collection. The sale will also include an 18th Century portrait collection of the Anstey family from Anstey Hall, Trumpington.

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AstraZeneca and Judge Business School collaborate to identify and support biotech start-ups

AstraZeneca and Judge Business School collaborate to identify and support biotech start-ups

AstraZeneca and the University of Cambridge Judge Business School today announced an agreement to deliver a new “Accelerate Cambridge Life Sciences” programme at the business school which will identify, train and mentor start-up ventures in the life sciences.

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Douglass Digital launches another stunning holiday rentals website

Douglass Digital is delighted to announce the launch of a brand new website for La Manga Vacations.

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Taiwan’s Episil manufactures high power management devices with AIXTRON system

AIXTRON SE, a worldwide leading provider of deposition equipment to the semiconductor industry, today announced that Taiwanese group Episil Semiconductor Wafer, Inc. has successfully put into operation an AIX G5 WW (Warm-Wall) reactor for silicon carbide (SiC) epitaxy.

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AstraZeneca completes rights acquisition to Actavis’ branded portfolio in US & Canada

AstraZeneca today announced that it has completed the transaction to acquire the rights to Actavis’ branded respiratory business in the US and Canada.

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Dr Mark Slack

CUH expert in women’s health recognised

An expert in women’s health at Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) has been recognised as one of the leading researchers in the UK.

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Will your Exit Plan support your ideal retirement lifestyle?

Introduction to Exit Planning: complimentary workshops for small business owners

As a business owner, you will eventually reach the time when you want to withdraw from your business, but what happens next? Will you be able to relax and enjoy the financial rewards that have been generated through your efforts, or will you be haunted by the knowledge that you should have managed things differently? Will you be spending your time with your boat on the Costa Brava, or with a cappuccino in Costa Coffee?

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Cambridge Consultants demonstrates a world first in radio design

Cambridge Consultants demonstrates a world first in radio design

Technology innovation firm Cambridge Consultants has successfully completed initial trials of the world’s first fully digital radio transmitter – a turning point in wireless design and a real enabler for the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) and 5G technology.

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Member views sought on Big Open Useful Data

We all know that having access to Big Open Data should be useful, but which data would you like and what are you going to use it for? Cambridgeshire Insight Partnership seeks your views via an online survey.

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