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New portal leads the way in bioinformatics training

Rapid technological advances have led to an influx of biomedical data in recent years, prompting development of new methods for data analysis and interpretation for life scientists.

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Clinked reaches out with Crowdfunding campaign

Clinked reaches out with Crowdfunding campaign

Clinked has started a Crowdfunding campaign to encourage support in its innovative Start-up's ongoing success. Sites such as Indiegogo and Seedrs are enabling broad exposure to relevant investors and contributors who believe in supporting award winning Start-ups and high growth potential markets.

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Study offers clues to how breast implants may cause lymphoma

Study offers clues to how breast implants may cause lymphoma

Researchers at the University of Cambridge, together with colleagues specialising in plastic surgery or histopathology in Austria, Australia, Liverpool and Swansea, have identified clues to explain how breast implants may, on very rare occasions, contribute to the development of lymphoma.

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Forth Road Bridge

Good vibrations for Forth Road Bridge

As celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Forth Road Bridge take place this month, a team of Cambridge engineers is preparing to deploy state-of-the-art self-powered wireless sensors which could help monitor and protect the Scottish landmark well into the future.

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Virgin Media in Papworth

UK’s fastest broadband comes to Cambridgeshire village

Residents of the Cambridgeshire village of Papworth are trialling an innovative new way of rolling-out superfast broadband. Virgin Media is bringing superfast 1Gb broadband to the village and using a new method which could reduce the cost of any network roll-out by 33%.

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Tradition meets innovation - video helps Domino UK’s customers to tell their stories

Domino Printing, the UK Channel of a leading global printing technology business, is using video to document their successful work with clients.

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Abcodia to collaborate with OncoCyte Corporation on breast cancer diagnostic development

OncoCyte Corporation, a subsidiary of BioTime, Inc. (NYSE MKT: BTX), and Abcodia Ltd., a UK-based company focusing on the early detection of cancer, have announced their collaboration focused on the development of OncoCyte’s blood-based I>PanC-Dx™ test for early detection of breast cancer.

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Comporium selects Ubisense enterprise location intelligence solutions

Communication services provider Comporium is to deploy Ubisense myWorld and its Network Operations Portal to gain greater business intelligence for advanced decision support.

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Cambridge Conversation Café event launches ‘Be The Change Cambridge’ project

Cambridge Conversation Café event launches ‘Be The Change Cambridge’ project

As one of the two title sponsors, Cambridge Ahead was proud to support a ground-breaking event last weekend which served as a pre-cursor to a larger event - ‘Be The Change Cambridge’ - to take place in early 2015.

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Fredrick Bbosa receives his certificate from the ICE President

Rwanda born Hertfordshire engineer achieves Chartered status

A Hertfordshire engineer born in Rwanda has been awarded membership of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). Fredrick Bbosa from Great Ashby near Stevenage has passed the ICE’s Chartered Professional Review. He is now entitled to add the letters MICE to his name and adopt the Institution’s own protected title of ‘Chartered Civil Engineer’.

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RealVNC™ and AMD team up to add remote connectivity to AMD’s professional graphics cards

RealVNC demonstrates collaboration with AMD RapidFire SDK at IBC Amsterdam.

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Joep van Beurden, CEO of CSR

Business lectures resume with Joep van Beurden, CEO of CSR

Cambridge Network's business lecture series resumes at The Hauser Forum next week (Tuesday September 23rd), when members have the chance to hear the latest from Joep van Beurden, CEO of CSR, the Cambridge-based global leader in wireless technology which has been making headlines recently.

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Competition invites you to tell your story and boost your profile

Most SMEs realise the benefit of publicity – to win and impress customers, investors, collaborators and employees. But how well do you tell your story? A new Cambridge Network competition, focusing on effective writing, aims to give you the chance to promote your business – and win a bottle of Champagne in the process.

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Hollywood stars offer new insights into Shakespeare’s great plays in OU/Sky Arts series

Hollywood stars offer new insights into Shakespeare’s great plays in OU/Sky Arts series

The Open University (OU) has joined forces with leading arts television channel Sky Arts to bring viewers ‘My Shakespeare’ – a new and accessible route into the wonderful world of The Great Bard.

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Alliance to develop and commercialise BACE inhibitor AZD3293 for Alzheimer’s disease

AstraZeneca and Eli Lilly and Company (Lilly) today announced an agreement to jointly develop and commercialise AZD3293, an oral beta secretase cleaving enzyme (BACE) inhibitor currently in development as a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.

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Local collaboration leads to breakthrough drug discovery technology

Local collaboration leads to breakthrough drug discovery technology

Cambridge Consultants is working with Sphere Fluidics on a revolutionary life science instrument development.

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Georgina Cohen and Victoria Ellis

KISS adds talent and expertise

Integrated creative agency KISS Communications has appointed Georgina Cohen and Victoria Ellis following organic growth and a number of new client wins.

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Learning Collaboration courses help businesses grow

Courses designed to help businesses grow - by giving supervisory responsibilities to existing people, or recruiting new staff - are on offer next month from Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration.

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molecular sieve Credit: Qilei Song

Advanced molecular 'sieves' could be used for carbon capture

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have developed advanced molecular ‘sieves’ which could be used to filter carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.

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Credit: Cambridge University Library

Shortlist revealed for Library landscape competition

The University of Cambridge Library and the Department of Architecture have revealed the shortlist for a design competition to attract bold re-imaginings of the open spaces and environment of the iconic Giles Gilbert Scott building.

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