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Cambridge to help UK’s quantum leap in secure communications

Leading researchers from UK universities and industry have come together to exploit fundamental laws of quantum physics for the development of secure communication technologies and services for consumer, commercial and government markets. Cambridge has won funding to help this important technical development as we all strive to keep the UK at the leading edge in communications.

26/11/2014Read in full

Cambridge businesses object to proposed increases to off-street parking charges

A new survey has revealed deep concerns from Cambridge businesses at the City Council’s intention to increase off-street parking charges by 2.5% for 2015/16.

26/11/2014Read in full

Big Yellow Henley Rd site

Big Yellow takes Henley Road warehouse in Cambridge after 14 year search

The Big Yellow Self Storage Company Ltd, represented by Bidwells, has exchanged contracts to buy the freehold of a vacant industrial unit on Henley Road in Cambridge from a private client advised by Savills.

26/11/2014Read in full

Determined supporter made Champion of Alzheimer's Research UK

Determined supporter made Champion of Alzheimer's Research UK

Chris Elsley, from Croydon, near Royston, has been made a Champion of Alzheimer’s Research UK, the UK’s leading dementia research charity, based in Great Abington.

26/11/2014Read in full

Time is only sometimes on your side

Time is only sometimes on your side

A paper that takes a provocative look at time, co-authored by Shaz Ansari of Cambridge Judge Business School, has been named Best International Paper by the Organization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management.

26/11/2014Read in full

Drones, robotics, 3D printed designs, smart materials…

Drones, robotics, 3D printed designs, smart materials…

…these are just some of the ideas that the Mind Your Head Teams will be presenting at the final of 'Mind Your Head' on the evening of Friday 28 November at the University Technical College Cambridge.

26/11/2014Read in full

Amgen and AstraZeneca announce positive results from final trial of psoriasis treatment

Study met all primary endpoints against Stelara® (ustekinumab)and placebo. Three pivotal studies form the basis for global regulatory filings, planned for 2015.

26/11/2014Read in full

CRC’s winning construction students

Charity Woodwork Company succeeds in national business competition

Construction students at Cambridge Regional College have beaten hundreds of students across the country to take third place in a national business competition.

26/11/2014Read in full

 Lock, Lord Ashcroft, Hacker Hughes, Fossey, Thorne

Hub will become home of veterans’ research

A research hub set to become the "recognised home of authoritative information on veterans" was officially launched at the House of Commons yesterday (Tuesday).

26/11/2014Read in full

Citigen Control Room, Central London

Z-Tech upgrades Citigen control room

Z-Tech’s Simon D’Souza and Jared Sutton have been busy this month with a Trend upgrade to the Citigen Control Room in central London.

26/11/2014Read in full

Barley in Qinghai Credit: Martin Jones

Dizzying heights: prehistoric farming on the ‘roof of the world’

Animal teeth, bones and plant remains have helped researchers from Cambridge, China and America to pinpoint a date for what could be the earliest sustained human habitation at high altitude.

26/11/2014Read in full

Cambridge summer recitals logo

Cambridge Summer Music Festival reaches 50% of fundraising appeal target!

Cambridge Summer Music Festival is thrilled to announce that - thanks to online donations through its JustGiving page and cheques through the post - it is halfway to the £35,000 target in its Save the Festival appeal.

26/11/2014Read in full

Businesses can brush up on art of negotiation to drive sales growth

Local businesses will discover how improving confidence and communication skills are key to long-term sales growth at an event being held at Huntingdon Racecourse next week.

26/11/2014Read in full

Professor Angela Clow

Profiles of leaders in salivary bioscience: 'The Stress Professor' Dr Angela Clow

Angela Clow is a Professor of Psychophysiology based in the Department of Psychology at the University of Westminster. Angela is trained in neuroscience and psychology and likes to work at the interface of these disciplines. Angela is known as 'The Stress Professor' based upon her extensive research on Cortisol. She is a National Teaching Fellow, frequent public speaker and broadcaster on the BBC.

26/11/2014Read in full

Morrison Utility Services

Morrison Utility Services appoints Provoke Me to manage their social media strategy

Morrison Utility Services knew that they needed a more comprehensive presence on social media channels such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Google Plus. But with neither the time, resources or skills in-house to manage them, they turned to the experts in the shape of Cambridge based agency, Provoke Me.

26/11/2014Read in full

Vitamin C crystals lo resolution

Effective use of the light microscope

New book, videos and downloads on using the light microscope give a rapid and accessible quick reference to life science professionals who need to ensure that they and other users of their light microscopes get the most out of this high precision optical instrument.

26/11/2014Read in full

Claire Ruskin

'Surely someone else does that?' Latest from the Network's CEO

The Local Enterprise Partnership and the local authorities have increasing responsibilities to create the right infrastructure to support the business growth that we are seeing around Cambridge. Claire Ruskin, Cambridge Network's chief executive, comments...

25/11/2014Read in full

Julian teams up with scientist through unique pairing scheme

MP Julian Huppert is teaming up with Cambridge scientist, Dr Sadia Ahmed as part of a unique pairing scheme. Sadia, who works for Cambridge-based Microsoft Research, will shadow Julian for the week in Westminster beginning with a reception yesterday (Monday) attended by MPs, Peers and civil servants taking part in the scheme.

25/11/2014Read in full

How to sustain manufacturing excellence in the UK

How to sustain manufacturing excellence in the UK

The latest Santander SME Summit focused on manufacturing. Company speakers in fields ranging from luxury knitwear to building products offered tips on market survival, while delegate entrepreneurs made face-to-face connections with potential business partners.

25/11/2014Read in full

Birketts solicitors in Norwich expands corporate team due to demand

Birketts solicitors in Norwich expands corporate team due to demand

Birketts, the top 100 law firm based in the East of England, has expanded its Norwich corporate team with four recent appointments.

25/11/2014Read in full

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