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Councils consider options for regenerating area around proposed new railway station

A range of options for how the final major piece of brownfield land available in Cambridge could be regenerated has been published today (Monday 20 October).

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Virtual fitting room service Metail raises $12m of further funding

Virtual fitting room company Metail has announced the closing of a further $12m of funding, bringing the total investment in Metail to $20m since it was founded in 2008.

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A14 Girton to Histon overnight closure

The Highways Agency has advised road users of a planned road closure tonight (Monday) as work on the scheme to improve the A14 between Girton and Histon progresses.

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Small businesses pitch for £2.5 million funding as SBRI Healthcare launches new competition

SBRI Healthcare, an NHS England funded initiative to develop innovative products that address unmet health needs, today launched the latest SBRI Healthcare competition which aims to accelerate development and NHS adoption of new technologies. In the second tranche of funding this year, a further £2.5 million is on offer to companies working in the priority healthcare areas; Brain Injury; Child and Adolescent Mental Health; Diabetic Foot Ulcers; Imaging; and Outpatient Services.

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Study of dad’s as well as mum’s roles in child development calls for soon-to-be new parents

The University of Cambridge’s pioneering Centre for Family Research is launching NewFAMS (the ‘New Fathers and Mothers Study’): the first psychological study to look at how both fathers and mothers influence the development of a child’s self-control or ‘executive functions’ – the key cognitive processes that help us control our thoughts and behaviour.

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David Ball Group

David Ball Group appoints KISS Public Relations

David Ball Group, a research-led company specialising in developing and manufacturing specialist products for the global construction and building industry, has appointed KISS PR to act as its communications agency.

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Online Marketing Part 4: Search Engine Optimisation

Online Marketing Part 4: Search Engine Optimisation

Continuing on the website theme, Spirus talks about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and what you can do to make your website rank higher in browser search.

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Cromwell Community College holds Post 16/18 Options Day

Cromwell Community College held its Post 16/18 Options Day at the school which attracted over 1000 pupils from local schools.

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Angie Keeler COO Zellabox

Glaciei's advisory company Zellabox named as finalist in RBS Innovation Gateway

The Royal Bank of Scotland selects Western Australian company Zellabox as a finalist in the Innovation Gateway.

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Michell Instruments exhibiting at the East Cambs Careers Fair

CAP brokers another school-business partnership

Michell Instruments pledges support for Ely College and hopes to persuade more students to consider careers in engineering.

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Arts charity seeks trustees

New International Encounter (NIE) is keen to welcome new trustees with a passion for theatre and a commitment to its aims.

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l to r: Sasha White, Mike Derbyshire and Beverley Firth.

Bidwells seminar sets out strategy to solve housing shortage

A seminar to explore how we can tackle the UK’s housing shortage was recently held at Botanic House, organised by Bidwells, in association with Mills & Reeve and Landmark Chambers.

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Ixer helps Cambridge charities get more IT for their money

Ixer has helped The Cogwheel Trust to optimise their IT in a number of ways.

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Peter and Jack cofounded Silk Pearce 30 yrs ago

Silk Pearce celebrates its 30th anniversary

Design consultancy Silk Pearce is celebrating 30 years of designing distinctive branding, websites and other promotional materials for a wide range of national and international businesses. The consultancy’s Eastern region clients include: Cambridge Cognition, Tristel, CB1 Cambridge, Brookgate, Aldeburgh Music and Norfolk & Norwich Festival.

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Please donate just £15 to save the Cambridge Summer Music Festival!

A message from the Cambridge Summer Music Festival's Chairman, Tim Brown: The simple fact is that if Cambridge Summer Music Festival does not raise £35,000 by 31st December, it will close. As someone actively involved in Cambridge community music for the past 47 years, and with Cambridge Summer Music for nearly half of them, I am determined that should not happen. Which is why I am seeking your help.

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Cambridge Science Centre half-term family events: Engineering for a healthier human

Cambridge Science Centre half-term family events: Engineering for a healthier human

This October half term have some fun and meet the researchers with high-tech solutions to medical problems, as well as enjoy a lot of great gallery shows from the Centre's team.

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Work Experience Placement Programme works for CUB

The Work Experience Placement Programme is really working for CUB, as it has now appointed another work experience recruit, Becky Billimore, as a Pricing Analyst.

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Ensuring Alfresco One implementation efficiency

Ensure Alfresco One implementation efficiency with one of Monetical Collaborator's unique project implementation tools.

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chimp eating ants using a tool

Chimpanzees have favourite ‘tool set’ for hunting staple food of army ants

West African chimpanzees will search far and wide to find Alchornea hirtella, a spindly shrub whose straight shoots provide the ideal tools to hunt aggressive army ants in an ingenious fashion, new research shows.

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Ubisense reveals major growth opportunities for manufacturers

A new survey has revealed that outdated practices and poor visibility of real-time processes could be costing manufacturers $millions in waste, unscheduled downtime and missed opportunities to improve quality, productivity and profits.

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