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Abcodia receives Horizon 2020 grant to advance its pancreatic cancer early diagnosis test

Abcodia today announced that it has secured a grant from the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme to validate an algorithm-based test for the screening of individuals at high risk of pancreatic cancer. The test will be one of the first examples of a personalised screening diagnostic and aims to improve survival rates in this devastating disease.

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Time to solve the Scottish innovation problem

A lack of innovation is starting to put Scotland’s economic prosperity – in or out of the union – at risk. Cambridge University's Professor Paul Tracey argues it’s time for entrepreneurs to step up to the plate.

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Breathing Buildings CEO named Royal Academy Fellow

Breathing Buildings CEO named Royal Academy Fellow

Breathing Buildings CEO Shaun Fitzgerald has been elected a Fellow of The Royal Academy of Engineering.

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Gene variant dramatically reduces ‘bad’ lipids

Research using data collected from around 4,000 healthy people in the UK has enabled scientists to identify a rare genetic variant that dramatically reduces levels of certain types of lipids in the blood. The study is the first to emerge from the UK10K Project’s cohort of samples from the general public and demonstrates the power of whole genome sequencing at scale.

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Open Innovation Forum members

Pitch your innovative idea to Food & FMCG giants such as Unilever, Tesco and Mars

The Open Innovation Forum, whose members are major Food and FMCG firms, is holding the 3rd Food & FMCG Innovation Pitching Event on Wednesday 19 November at Food Matters Live, ExCel centre, London.

18/09/2014Read in full

Smart metering in Europe: the challenges are greater

Smart metering in Europe: the challenges are greater

Smart metering will provide the foundation for the development of the smart grid to meet the challenges that Europe’s energy sector faces.

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Curating Cambridge: Kettle's Yard autumn season

This autumn, Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge hosts four varied and inspiring exhibitions.

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Citrix accelerates innovation for enterprise mobility

Advances in app development and test virtualisation increase security, scalability, testability and manageability of mobile apps.

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University key worker family housing designs approved for North West Cambridge

University key worker family housing designs approved for North West Cambridge

Architectural proposals for key worker and market housing on the North West Cambridge Development have been approved by the local planning authorities.

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Riverbed protects WAMGROUP from business disaster in seismic zone

Riverbed SteelFusion creates resilient, converged branch office IT that removes physical server, storage and data protection infrastructure from high-risk location.

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How 'overcompensation' can backfire

How 'overcompensation' can backfire

Suppose a total stranger bumps into you carelessly and knocks your tablet computer to the ground, causing £100 damage, but offers to provide you £1,000 for your loss and troubles? A nice gesture, one might say, something that could build the victim’s admiration and trust for the perpetrator.

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Santander Masterclass delegate story: Oneserve

Santander Masterclass delegate story: Oneserve

Delegates to the latest Santander Breakthrough Masterclass hosted by the McLaren Group find a compelling business story when they attend, as Rob Austin, Commercial Director of cloud-computing company Oneserve explains.

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Ramona with Wee Teng Woon, award sponsor

Art student delighted with £20k Woon award

Anglia Ruskin University art student Ramona Zoladek won the biggest student art prize in the UK at a ceremony in Newcastle last night (Tuesday).

17/09/2014Read in full

Cyan technology is part of new pilot with Indian state-owned utility

Cyan, the integrated system and software design company delivering mesh based flexible wireless solutions for utility metering and lighting control, announces that a bidding consortium of five companies including Cyan, has deployed a proof of concept pilot of 60 meters to demonstrate Cyan’s CyLec Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) technology with the Indian state-owned utility, Uttar Gujarat Vij Company Ltd (UGVCL).

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FDA approves MOVANTIK™ (naloxegol) tablets C-II

AstraZeneca today announced that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved MOVANTIK™ (naloxegol) tablets C-II as the first once-daily oral peripherally-acting mu-opioid receptor antagonist (PAMORA) medication for the treatment of opioid-induced constipation (OIC), in adult patients with chronic, non-cancer pain.

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New course gives graduates two years hard-won work skills in six months

Anglia Ruskin University has developed a pioneering new course for graduates working in growing businesses, which involves attending sessions led by experienced trainers, business experts and guest speakers. Independent project work between sessions is developed around real challenges and is aimed at increasing the participants’ exposure to the different roles and responsibilities required in the workplace.

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Industrial Internet of Things offers significant opportunity for growth of digital services

The Industrial Internet of Things represents a tremendous opportunity for innovative companies looking to unlock new revenue sources by packaging their products with new digital services, says Accenture in its new report, “Driving Unconventional Growth through the Industrial Internet of Things.”

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Larry Wall appointed new CEO of Eurotech Inc. in the USA

Larry Wall will lead the main American subsidiary of the Eurotech Group with a stronger drive on the M2M/IoT business.

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More convenient journeys as contactless payments launch across London Transport

Millions of customers will have easier and more convenient journeys as Transport for London (TfL) yesterday (Tuesday) introduced contactless payments on Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and National Rail services that accept Oyster.

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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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