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Will Heigham

Oxford and Cambridge urged to collaborate in the discovery of new medicines

When it comes to discovering new medicines for diseases such as cancer, diabetes and dementia, the Oxford and Cambridge clusters should collaborate rather than compete - that’s the message emerging from a major study just published into the biomedical industries centred around the two cities.

22/07/2016Read in full

ICE President Sir John Armitt to lead new Brexit infrastructure group

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has announced the creation of a special leadership group to inform Brexit negotiators on the key risks, challenges and opportunities the infrastructure industry faces.

22/07/2016Read in full

Healthcare innovators have two weeks left to apply for the 2016 NHS Innovation Accelerator

National and international healthcare innovators have two weeks left to apply for the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA), with the deadline for applications closing at 5pm on Monday 1st August 2016.

22/07/2016Read in full

Artist's View of Planets/ credit NASA

First atmospheric study of Earth-sized exoplanets using Hubble telescope

Two Earth-sized exoplanets have become the first rocky worlds to have their atmospheres studied using the Hubble Space Telescope.

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Free fun for children and families at SummerDaze 2016

A summer of fun for school aged children and families is on the way, thanks to Cambridge City Council’s Children and Young People’s Participation Service (ChYpPs), which is putting on a packed programme of free SummerDaze activities.

22/07/2016Read in full

Radiometer sponsors free online World Sepsis Congress

Radiometer sponsors free online World Sepsis Congress

Radiometer is proud to announce that it is sponsoring the 1st World Sepsis Congress, from the 8th to the 9th of September 2016. Organised by the Global Sepsis Alliance, this free online event will give participants the chance to hear experts from around the world discuss the challenges and opportunities in the battle against this life-threatening illness.

22/07/2016Read in full

Serious Impact

Red Alien works with Allia to launch new project

Allia has launched a new 'Serious Impact' programme of structured support, advice and guidance for impact ventures, with the website developed by Cambridge based digital agency Red Alien.

22/07/2016Read in full

Devolution - what could it mean for business?

Find out more about what the proposed Devolution Deal means for business and have your say on the proposals at a free breakfast event at the Eco Innovation Centre in Peterborough on Tuesday 9th August, organised by The Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP and Opportunity Peterborough.

22/07/2016Read in full

New exhibition space features world's longest LEGO bridge

Members of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and a professional LEGO® accredited artist will join forces this autumn to create a huge bridge made entirely out of LEGO® bricks.

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View sought on council's new taxi policy

Views are being sought on Cambridge City Council’s hackney carriage and private hire licensing policy.

22/07/2016Read in full

Yuval Noah Harari

Israeli professor and author of Sapiens, Yuval Noah Harari makes his Cambridge debut

Cambridge Literary Festival launches its autumn season with Yuval Noah Harari ahead of a strong line-up of speakers at this year’s Winter Festival (26-27 November).

22/07/2016Read in full

Kerwin Blackburn visiting non-profit organisation Nav Jyoti

US2U Consulting's Kerwin Blackburn studies Social Entrepreneurship with Generation UK-India

US2U Consulting Marketing Coordinator Kerwin Blackburn spent two weeks studying the exciting, upcoming area of Social Entrepreneurship in India with the British Council.

22/07/2016Read in full

Tim Paul

Domino appoints new director

Domino Printing Sciences, based at Bar Hill, has appointed Tim Paul as Global OEM Development Director.

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ProDilute gravimetric diluter

Synbiosis launches new ProDilute gravimetric diluter

Synbiosis, a long-established, expert manufacturer of automated microbiological systems, today introduced its new ProDilute gravimetric diluter. The system, complete with automated volume adjustment diluting is suitable for busy microbiology laboratories that want rapid, accurate and repeatable sample dilutions.

22/07/2016Read in full

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A green electric future

The Scientific Alliance discusses the obstacles to electrification of the economy.

22/07/2016Read in full

data on short selling can help prevent financial crisis

How data on short selling can help prevent financial crisis

During the financial crisis some bankers crossed the line. Pedro Saffi, University Lecturer in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, says data could help us make sure they don’t make the same mistakes again.

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Taskforce calls for substantial investment in West Anglia Main Line

Taskforce calls for substantial investment in West Anglia Main Line

Rail infrastructure on the West Anglia Main Line between London, Cambridge and Stansted Airport makes services slow, unreliable and does not have the capacity to cater for more passengers and new housing without substantial investment to coincide with the introduction of Crossrail 2.

22/07/2016Read in full

Vic Annells, Director of UKTI, Saudi is in Cambridge next week

Join Cambridge Chamber and UKTI for as they put the spotlight on doing business in Saudi and the Middle East.

21/07/2016Read in full

Vikki Barcroft Deputy Conference/Events Manager at Trinity Hall

Trinity Hall introduces new Deputy Conference & Events Manager

Trinity Hall is delighted to welcome Vikki Barcroft to its team in her new role as Deputy Conference and Events Manager.

21/07/2016Read in full

The team reaches Paris

Linx employees get in the saddle for charity

A team of cyclists from coding and marking specialist Linx Printing Technologies has completed a 260-mile charity bike ride from the company's St Ives headquarters all the way to its office in Évry, France.

21/07/2016Read in full

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