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New malaria vaccine candidates identified

Researchers have discovered new vaccine targets that could help in the battle against malaria. Taking a new, large-scale approach to this search, researchers tested a library of proteins from the Plasmodium falciparum parasite with antibodies produced by the immune systems of a group of infected children.

31/07/2014Read in full

Credit: D.R. Brumley, K.Y. Wan, M. Polin, R.E. Goldstein

Microscopic rowing – without a cox

New research shows that the whip-like appendages on many types of cells are able to synchronise their movements solely through interactions with the fluid that surrounds them.

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Urbanisation of rural Africa associated with increased risk of heart disease and diabetes

The increasing urbanisation of rural areas in sub-Saharan Africa could lead to an explosion in incidences of heart disease and diabetes, according to a new study carried out in Uganda which found that even small changes towards more urban lifestyles was associated with increased risk of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.

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Rapidox SF6 On Site Test

Cambridge Sensotec develops SF6 gas analyser

Cambridge Sensotec discusses the use of SF6 gas within high voltage applications, and how it is developing an all new SF6 gas analyser with pump back facility in order to meet the demands of stricter environmental legislation.

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Contribute to workplace wellbeing research in Cambridge

Talent Glue has teamed up with Cambridge Plant Interiors and COEL Office Furniture to conduct some important empirical research which will hopefully provide a clearer understanding around the impact of the working environment on people’s wellbeing in our local area.

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The Guardian On Social Media Marketing

Social i Media appointed Commissioning Editor for 'The Guardian' social media hub

Cambridge-based media communications agency, Social i Media, is pleased to announce its appointment as Commissioning Editor for The Guardian’s latest Social Media Marketing hub, in association with Adobe.

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AppTesto appointed as Value Added Reseller for iTrinegy

iTrinegy signs up local VAR AppTesto, to provide services and award-winning solutions for de-risking application deployments.

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Software updates simplify protein analysis for Avacta’s Optim® instruments

Avacta Analytical has released a number of software updates for its innovative Optim® series of biophysical characterization instruments.

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Domino case study: QRT Graphique

Domino case study: QRT Graphique

QRT Graphique moves its adhesive labels printing business forward with Domino's N610i digital press.

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Saatchi Masius Masterclass: Marketing - standing out from the crowd

Saatchi Masius Masterclass: Marketing - standing out from the crowd

Businesses must stand out from the crowd, but this is hard when great products and service are standard in your market? At the latest Santander Breakthrough Masterclass, ten companies learned from Saatchi Masius experts how emotional connectivity is the key to unique appeal.

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Cresset publishes July newsletter

Computational chemistry news from Cresset

30/07/2014Read in full

Louis and Matthew in racing gear with two of the WDKRC racers

CUB UK sponsors local charity

CUB UK sponsors the WDKRC and gets to race along side them. Find out what happened here.

30/07/2014Read in full

Lord Livingston launches Get Exporting

Lord Livingston launches Get Exporting

Minister of State for Trade and Investment, Lord Livingston, visited Peterborough yesterday (Tuesday) to launch a new campaign to encourage businesses to Get Exporting.

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AstraZeneca and Kyowa Hakko Kirin partner on immuno-oncology clinical study

AstraZeneca today announced that it has entered into a clinical study collaboration with Kyowa Hakko Kirin for a Phase I/Ib immuno-oncology study that will evaluate the safety and efficacy of two separate combinations of three investigational compounds in multiple solid tumours.

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AstraZeneca agrees strategic transaction with Almirall in respiratory disease

Business combination will provide boost to revenue as well as creating long-term value, strengthening AstraZeneca’s respiratory franchise with a complementary pipeline and inhaled device capabilities in asthma and COPD.

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Wandlebury Country Park named as one of the best in Britain

Wandlebury Country Park near Cambridge is one of the very best in the UK - and that’s official, as Keep Britain Tidy announces a record-breaking number of award-winning parks and green spaces for 2014.

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Thales secures movie distribution for PRIMA Cinema

Thales secures first release movie distribution for home cinemas

PRIMA Cinema, a pioneer in providing the ultimate home cinema experience, has deployed Thales security technology to address the piracy concerns of Hollywood studios. It has become the first company in the history of cinema to be granted rights to distribute first-release movies to private home cinemas.

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Qi3 and Taylor Vinters joint promotion event focuses on 'The future for UAVs'

Key representatives from companies designing and manufacturing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) systems as well as companies operating UAVs to provide services to their customers came together for the Qi3 and Taylor Vinters joint promotion event “The future for UAVs – strategic insights”.

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Centre for Computing History offers great summer workshops for inquisitive kids

Wondering what to do with the children during the holidays? Look into the exciting list of events coming up soon at Cambridge's Centre for Computing History...

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Travel Clinic warns about risk of Japanese encephalitis

All travellers to Asia should be aware of the risks and consequences of Japanese encephalitis, warns The Travel Clinic.

30/07/2014Read in full

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