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Melatonin

Researching sleep, chronobiology? Look at the Salimetrics salivary melatonin ELISA kit

The Salimetrics™ Salivary Melatonin Assay Kit is a competitive immunoassay specifically designed and validated for the quantitative determination of melatonin in saliva for research or circadian/biorhythm assessment. The Salimetrics propriety ELISA format allows melatonin assay results in four hours or less with a single sample and one wash step.

06/07/2015Read in full

Deloitte preview of Summer Budget 2015

Ahead of the Summer Budget on Wednesday (8th July), Ian Stewart, Deloitte’s chief economist, Mike Turley, head of public sector, and Lizzie Hill, tax partner at Deloitte in Cambridge, consider the economic outlook, the state of public finances and potential tax announcements.

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New fiscal rules could pose a risk to UK’s economic growth, warns EY ITEM Club

The Chancellor’s new fiscal rule, expected to be announced alongside the Summer Budget, could intensify the fiscal squeeze and hit economic growth, warns the EY ITEM Club in its special report released today (Monday).

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Dr Jane Osbourn

Dr Jane Osbourn joins Babraham Bioscience Technologies as new Non-Executive Director

Babraham Bioscience Technologies Ltd (BBT), which develops and manages the Babraham Research Campus, announced today that Dr Jane Osbourn, VP R&D and Site Leader of MedImmune in Cambridge, has joined the board as a non-executive director.

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Neil Darwin, GCGP LEP signs new deal with Christoph Wiesner, TWI

LEP deal launches plans for a new large-scale test facility at TWI

Plans to expand TWI capabilities in large-scale engineering testing were boosted this week when the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) awarded the organisation £1.75 million from the Government’s Growth Deal to develop new capabilities at its laboratories at Granta Park, Cambridge.

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GCGP generates more for UK Government than Manchester: Centre for Cities

GCGP generates more for UK Government than Manchester: Centre for Cities

Urban policy research unit, Centre for Cities, has issued a new report entitled ‘Mapping Britain’s public finances’ which looks at where taxes are raised and public money is spent in local authorities across the country.

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Andrea Haworth, Head of Clinical Services at Congenica,

Congenica's Andrea Haworth selected as NHS Innovation Accelerator fellow

Andrea Haworth, Head of Clinical Services at Congenica, has been selected as one of 17 new fellows by the recently established NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) to assist with the faster and more effective adoption of proven innovations within the NHS.

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Maria Kiourlappou holding a piece of SmB6

To conduct, or to insulate? That is the question

Researchers have identified a material that behaves as a conductor and an insulator at the same time, challenging current understanding of how materials behave, and pointing to a new type of insulating state.

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Former intern secures permanent job with Conference Cambridge

Former intern secures permanent job with Conference Cambridge

A previous Summer intern studying event management and looking for hands-on experience has secured a permanent role to help progress her career in destination marketing.

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What is Digital Marketing?

The digital spectrum is evolving continuously; are you keeping up? Digital Clicks explains some of the fundamentals for successful digital marketing.

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Ecommerce Web Design Coach House Xanthos Digital Marketing

How Coach House’s new website design achieved a 36% increase in online orders

Coach House, the largest trade only furniture and giftware supplier in the UK, achieved a 36% increase in online orders thanks to a new ecommerce website design, implemented by Xanthos Digital Marketing.

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Happy staff help change lives

Happy staff help change lives

A charity which sends up to a million books a year to Sub-Saharan Africa is the beneficiary of staff engagement at Cambridge Assessment.

Book Aid International has been presented with a cheque for £2,000 by Group HR Director Liz Allan, which represents a £1 donation for each employee who took part in Cambridge Assessment's all-staff survey called Your Work, Your Say.

03/07/2015Read in full

Integration of AVEVA and DNV GL's Sesam reduces costs in maritime and offshore

Engineers designing ship hulls and offshore floaters can now save time and money in the early design phase due to a breakthrough allowing transfer of 3D models from AVEVA Marine to Sesam GeniE, the two leading design and engineering software systems in the maritime and offshore market.

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Event tackles East of England’s water shortages

The East of England is the most “water stressed” part of the UK and experts from across the continent are heading to Peterborough next Wednesday (8 July) to engage with local businesses and organisations and be part of the solution.

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Redgate brings expert SQL Server training to London and Seattle

Redgate, the SQL Server and .NET software company, returns to London and Seattle in October with its enormously popular training event, SQL in the City.

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Richard Pilsworth, Bidwells (left) and Graham Butland, EACH

Bidwells raises £63,955 for EACH as part of its 175th anniversary celebrations

Leading property consultancy firm Bidwells has raised an unprecedented £63,955 for East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) as part of its 175th anniversary year.

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Food for all

Food for all

The 2015 World Food Prize is awarded to the founder of BRAC. The Scientific Alliance reports.

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Bill and Weslie Janeway

Major gift for Cambridge Economics research

American husband and wife philanthropists are to make a multi-million pound gift to the University of Cambridge to enhance the teaching and research of its prestigious Economics Faculty.

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CUH selects St John Ambulance to provide Acute Neonatal Transfer services

Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) has chosen St John Ambulance to provide the specialist ambulances and teams to support the Acute Neonatal Transfer Service (ANTS) for the Eastern region, based at CUH.

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Professor Richard Aspinall

Anglia Ruskin Professor receives prestigious medal

Anglia Ruskin University’s Professor Richard Aspinall has been given the Lord Cohen Medal for his contribution to research in ageing.

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