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A techie's guide to working in a high tech company

Do you want to work at one of the world's great high tech companies? Whether it's Google, Apple or one of the UK's amazing startups, come along to Cambridge's Centre for Computing History next week to hear what it takes to succeed at a company that values innovation, entrepreneurship and passion and builds world-changing products.

25/04/2014Read in full

Take part in the OBR academic entrepreneurship survey

Take part in the OBR academic entrepreneurship survey

Are you an academic entrepreneur in the life sciences/biotech? Oxbridge Biotech Roundtable (OBR) is trying to put together a resource that will help you, and your colleagues, in your next venture.

25/04/2014Read in full

Quotient Clinical extendsTranslational Pharmaceutics™ platform into cancer drug development

Quotient Clinical, the Translational Pharmaceutics Company, has announced the extension of its Translational Pharmaceutics™ platform into patient-focused cancer drug development.

25/04/2014Read in full

Granta Design joins the Circular Economy 100

Granta Design today announced that the company is joining the Circular Economy 100 (CE100) programme. This group of leading companies, universities, and emerging innovators, coordinated by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, is developing new approaches and tools that can lead the transition to a ‘circular economy’.

25/04/2014Read in full

Happy employees

Six secrets of using innovation to engage your employees

Back in 2012 Pure Resourcing Solutions ran the first ever Best Employer, Eastern Region (BEER) survey, when employers around the East of England invited staff to tell them how they truly felt about working for them.

25/04/2014Read in full

Action Heroes Abseil

Action Heroes Abseil to raise money for Addenbrooke's

Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust's first ever Action Heroes Abseil takes place on 18 May.

25/04/2014Read in full

This is only a test: a virtual ecosystem for crashing (and restoring) the biosphere

Imagine pulling together reams upon reams of data and scientific knowledge to create a simulation of the environment – not just of a county or a region, but of the world.

25/04/2014Read in full

Monitoring the quality of beer with Tecan’s Infinite® M200 PRO

The 2013 Jugend Innovativ competition saw Tecan collaborating with HLFS Ursprung and the Stiegl brewery to optimize the HybriScan™D Beer assay (Sigma-Aldrich) for the quality control of beer on an Infinite® M200 PRO multimode reader.

24/04/2014Read in full

Agar issues April newsletter

Agar Scientific has issued its April newsletter.

24/04/2014Read in full

A14 infographic

Still time to have your say as A14 consultation continues

The Highways Agency is urging those who use the A14 and who live or work nearby to get online and have their say on the plans for the £1.5bn A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme. The consultation started on 7 April and closes on 15 June.

24/04/2014Read in full

SRG3900 plus SCC

Thames Valley Police increase their Sepura radio fleet

Thames Valley Police have extended their long-standing relationship with Sepura, choosing the SRG3900 GPS to replace 675 of their existing fixed and vehicle-based mobile radios.

24/04/2014Read in full

Get Growing

Roadshow tour urges Cambridge’s small businesses to 'get growing'

Small businesses in Cambridge are being encouraged to grow in 2014, thanks to a new Government-backed business tour.

24/04/2014Read in full

AstraZeneca posts first quarter results

Pascal Soriot, AstraZeneca's Chief Executive Officer, commenting on Q1 2014 results, said: "The first quarter has seen continued momentum across the business and our revenue growth reflects the increasing contribution from the five growth platforms that showed strong performance.

24/04/2014Read in full

The latest cover of Impact, nominated for a Memcom Award

CPL's 'Impact' magazine for the Market Research Society nominated at industry awards

Memcom, the organisation for membership marketing professionals, has shortlisted CPL's Impact magazine for its annual marketing and communication awards in London.

24/04/2014Read in full

bksb

Independent survey proves that bksb is UK's number one functional skills solution

Recently released figures prove that bksb is the most popular solution for English and maths within FE Colleges.

24/04/2014Read in full

Got any suggestions on how to prevent accidents that cause brain injury?

Got any suggestions on how to prevent accidents that cause brain injury?

Headway Cambridgeshire invites you to take part in an event based on the format of the BBC's The Apprentice on the evening of 7 May 2014 at the Frank Lee Centre at the Cambridge Biomedical Campus from 5-8.30pm.

24/04/2014Read in full

Riverbed executive appointed to TSIA Professional Services Advisory Board

Riverbed Technology (NASDAQ: RVBD), the leader in application performance infrastructure, announced that Art Harding, Riverbed’s Vice President of Worldwide Professional Services, has been appointed as a member of the Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA) Professional Services Advisory Board.

24/04/2014Read in full

Support staff nominated for national awards

Employees are hoping to gain national recognition after Anglia Ruskin was nominated in three different categories in the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards (THELMA).

24/04/2014Read in full

Impact of whooping cough vaccination revealed

The most comprehensive study to date of the family of bacteria that causes whooping cough points to more effective vaccine strategies and reveals surprising findings about the bacteria’s origin and evolution. The new results could alter public health strategies to control this respiratory disease, which kills 195,000 children worldwide each year.

24/04/2014Read in full

Diabetes Credit: Alisha Vargas

Overnight home use of artificial pancreas ‘feasible and beneficial’

Children with type 1 diabetes have been able to use pioneering artificial pancreas technology, developed at the University of Cambridge, for the first time overnight at home without the supervision of researchers.

24/04/2014Read in full

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