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Chamber calls for end to meaningless planning consultations

Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce is calling on the government to make planning consultations more meaningful amidst claims that public opinion is simply ignored unless it fits with the government’s agenda.

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Showa Denko qualifies AIXTRON’s next generation 8x150mm silicon carbide production system

AIXTRON SE, a worldwide leading provider of deposition equipment to the semiconductor industry, announced today that Japanese manufacturer Showa Denko has successfully qualified the company’s most recent system for manufacturing silicon carbide (SiC) epitaxial wafers.

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Domino's Thermal Ink Jet video puts its coding and marking capabilities in the spotlight

Leading coding and marking specialist Domino Printing Sciences today premiered a video highlighting the coding and marking capabilities of the G-Series thermal ink jet (TIJ) printer.

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TGAC children learn about cells

Science starts at home for children of TGAC

The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) opened its doors for its new event ‘Children of TGAC’ that gave the staff’s children the opportunity to put their own questions to the scientists.

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ARM launches embedded systems Education Kit to make students work-ready

ARM today unveiled a low-cost toolkit for universities, enabling educators to teach industry-standard embedded systems design and programming concepts.

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Mouse blastocyst at the pluripotent stage

The ‘ultimate’ stem cell

In the earliest moments of a mammal’s life, the developing ball of cells formed shortly after fertilisation ‘does as mother says’ – it follows a course that has been pre-programmed in the egg by the mother. Extraordinary as this is, what happens then is even more remarkable.

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Business is Great for EMBA participant and entrepreneur Timo Schmidt

Business is Great for EMBA participant and entrepreneur Timo Schmidt

Gousto co-founder, Timo Schmidt, continues to achieve recognition and gain funding as he embarks on the EMBA programme to build on his business success.

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'More power to the East?'

BBC East Sunday Politics invites interested Cambridge business people to the recording this Sunday (November 2nd) of its special Devolution Debate programme called “More power to the East?”

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More than 60 buildings in Cambridge get free public Wi-Fi

More than 60 buildings in Cambridge will be transformed into free wi-fi hotspots, it was announced today.

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Are marketers getting into the Halloween spirit for 2014?

Despite the retailer boost that's forecast for Halloween, according to Offerpop, only 24% of businesses plan to have a mobile holiday display.

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Fierce Innovation Awards 2014

CCS heads to finals of Fierce Innovation Awards for small cell microwave backhaul solution

CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems Limited), creator of the world’s first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system for mobile networks, today announces that it has been selected as a finalist for this year’s Fierce Innovation Awards: Telecom Edition, an operator-reviewed awards programme from the publishers of FierceWireless, FierceTelecom and FierceCable.

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Huppert's fight prompts first parliamentary drugs debate in a generation

Cambridge MP Julian Huppert takes his fight for a change in the drug laws to Parliament today (Thursday), prompting the first full Parliamentary debate on the issue in a generation.

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Want your .uk domain name?

If you have an existing .co.uk domain name, you are eligible for a .uk suffix as well. Nominet have reserved over 10 million .uk domains for existing domain name holders.

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OU academic recognised for ‘pivotal’ role in sustainable forestry development

The Institute of Chartered Foresters (ICF) has awarded Honorary Fellow titles to two leading figures in the forestry industry, including Dr David Humphreys, Reader in Environmental Policy at The Open University.

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Wearable technology ecosystem to assemble at IDTechEx events

IDTechEx’s event Wearable Technology LIVE! is a conference and tradeshow being held on November 19-20 in Santa Clara, California.

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Professor Stephen Bustin

Anglia Ruskin Professor to edit new online journal

An Anglia Ruskin University professor known worldwide for his work investigating the biology of cancers is to edit a new open access journal.

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Cambridge Epigenetix raises $5.5M in Series A funding

Cambridge Epigenetix (CEGX), a UK-based life sciences company, today announced the appointment of Dr Fedja Bobanovic as CEO and the recent completion of a $5.5M Series A financing led by New Science Ventures. Also joining the round were founding investors Syncona Partners and Cambridge Enterprise.

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Cresset publishes October newsletter

Read about Cresset's latest news and developments, including the release of Spark V10.3.

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Mills & Reeve provides pedal power for cutting-edge biotech company

Mills & Reeve has advised Cambridge based Bicycle Therapeutics, a next generation biotherapeutics company, on its Series A investment round, raising up to £20 million ($32 million) from existing investors.

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Abcodia's Dr Julie Barnes ranked among the UK's top 50 inspirational women in biobusiness

Abcodia's CEO Dr Julie Barnes is ranked among the UK's top inspirational women listed in the 50 Movers and Shakers in the BioBusiness 2014.

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