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Project Odyssey smashes all expectations!

Project Odyssey smashes all expectations!

The first stage of Project Odyssey, the fundraising campaign for the Cambridge Centre for Computing History - launched on 10 March by museum patron Dr Hermann Hauser - is now finished, having raised £100,000! What’s more, as this figure was reached within 30 days, it will now be matched by Cambridge-based Red Gate Software, bringing the total amount to a staggering £200,000!

17/04/2015Read in full

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Tame your computer - simple spellcheck

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she describes how you can always check spelling before you send a message (Microsoft Outlook)...

20/04/2015Read in full

finding an effective executive recruiter

Six steps to finding an effective executive recruiter

Appointing a new director is a significant investment; you need a recruitment consultant who is able to ease the pressures of making a senior appointment, while developing an understanding of your business, culture, organisation objectives and applying their market insight in their search.

20/04/2015Read in full

Confidence Tip: How to speak your mind confidently

Have you ever wished you hadn’t kept quiet?

20/04/2015Read in full

Learn how to present yourself

Whether you're a seasoned presenter wanting to brush up your skills, or a complete novice with no experience of presenting, Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration has a course next month to help you be the best that you can be.

20/04/2015Read in full

Children’s rights made CLEAR by new resources

Resources to outline and explain children’s legal human rights have been published by Anglia Ruskin University and Cambridgeshire County Council’s Personal, Social and Health Education Service.

20/04/2015Read in full

Tom Foggin co-opted to RIBA’s Future Leadership Steering Committee

Tom Foggin co-opted to RIBA’s Future Leadership Steering Committee

rhp's Tom Foggin has been co-opted to the prestigious RIBA Future Leaders Steering Committee. Foggin joins the group which includes Chair Caroline Buckingham of HLM Architects; Dale Sinclair RIBA Vice President of Practice and Aecom Director; Andrew Thomas of Grimshaw Architects; Adrian Dobson, RIBA Director of Practice and Mel Perkins of Paul Davis and Partners.

20/04/2015Read in full

Joanna Slota-Newson presenting Polysolar at Canary Wharf

Polysolar wins Cognicity Challenge

Cambridge company Polysolar has been selected a winner in Canary Wharf Group’s (CWG) Smart Cities accelerator, the Cognicity Challenge. Polysolar, competing in a 12-week accelerator programme at Canary Wharf under the ‘Sustainable Buildings’ stream of the competition, receives a £50,000 prize.

17/04/2015Read in full

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Sepura TETRA solution improves security in Mexican municipality

Sepura is delighted to announce the delivery of a complete TETRA solution to the Public Security Directorate of the Mexican municipality of Atizapán de Zaragoza. This significant contract was achieved in conjunction with Jomtel Telecomunicaciones, one of Sepura’s established partners in Mexico.

17/04/2015Read in full

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Captum MasterClass on Licence Valuation takes place next month

Valuation is an essential pre-requisite to entering into licensing transactions. It is, however, often regarded as impossibly difficult to do, despite the large number of available methodologies. Licences are often one-sided deals in which the dominant partner sets the terms.

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Edwards and Blake launches new facility at Domino

Edwards and Blake launches new facility at Domino Printing Sciences

East Anglian contract catering firm Edwards & Blake has won the contract to provide Domino Printing Sciences with on-site breakfast and lunch for their 470 head office and factory employees

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Cambridge CMOS Sensors wins MEMS crown

Cambridge CMOS Sensors (CCS), an industry leader in advanced sensor solutions, has been awarded the MEMS Industry Group technical showcase award for the CCS800 product family of ultra-low power miniature gas sensors. This award we presented at the MEMS Executive Congress Europe for emerging applications of MEMS and sensors.

17/04/2015Read in full

Dr Uday Phadke

How do we build and sustain a world class innovation system in the UK?

Cambridge Judge Business School Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Dr Uday Phadke, will speak at R&D Society/Knowledge Transfer Network event on 29 April.

17/04/2015Read in full

The Deregulation Act 2015 - impact on Landlords

The Deregulation Act 2015 contains a number of changes to the law that will impact on landlords. Eleanor Rutherford of Hewitsons explains.

17/04/2015Read in full

Milton Gala Day and Fun Dog Show back for 2015!

Milton Gala Day and Fun Dog Show back for 2015!

A doggy tea party and craft fair have been announced as new additions to the annual Milton Gala Day and Fun Dog Show, which is held in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

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AstraZeneca announces latest data for investigational non-small cell lung cancer medicine

Late breaking data presented at the European Lung Cancer Congress 2015 shows delay in disease progression of over a year for AstraZeneca's investigational non-small cell lung cancer medicine AZD9291.

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Selumetinib granted Orphan Drug Designation by US FDA for treatment of uveal melanoma

AstraZeneca today announced that the US Food and Drug Administration has granted Orphan Drug Designation for the MEK inhibitor selumetinib, for the treatment of uveal melanoma.

17/04/2015Read in full

Stansted's Tottenham Job Fair

Hundreds seek Stansted job opportunities in North London

Over 500 job seekers passed through the doors of the latest Stansted Airport Jobs Fair in just four hours this week.

17/04/2015Read in full

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New sponsored place available on leadership programme for aspiring women

Pure Resourcing Solutions (Pure) wants more professional women in the East of England to progress into leadership roles so the firm has teamed up with Christina Youell at People & Performance Ltd to run a great development programme for senior women.

17/04/2015Read in full

Manufacturing in the UK: an overview

Manufacturing in the UK: an overview

According to EEF’s latest research, the UK is currently the 11th largest manufacturing nation in the world. Manufacturing makes up 11% of UK GVA, 54% of UK exports and directly employs 2.6m people.

17/04/2015Read in full

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