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2014 Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 announced

Two Cambridge companies - AlertMe and Cambrionix Ltd - feature in the latest Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50, the annual independent ranking of the UK’s fastest growing technology companies.

24/11/2014Read in full

R&D a key element to rebalance the economy, says Cambridge study

R&D a key element to rebalance the economy, says Cambridge study

Renewed UK government spending on innovative R&D can create new industries, according to a new study.

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Hewitsons recruits charities lawyer Martyn Robinson

Hewitsons’ charities and education team has been strengthened with the addition of Martyn Robinson, a lawyer specialising in both of these practice areas.

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Flu Vaccination Grippe (cropped)

Staying ahead of the game: Pre-empting flu evolution may make for better vaccines

An international team of researchers has shown that it may be possible to improve the effectiveness of the seasonal flu vaccine by ‘pre-empting’ the evolution of the influenza virus.

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Jane Kroese, new Account Director, KISS PR

KISS PR appoints new Account Director

KISS PR has appointed Jane Kroese, a PR communications specialist with over 20 years’ experience in implementing B2B and B2C PR campaigns, to the position of Account Director.

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Martin Garratt, CEO with Caroline Flint and Daniel Zeichner

Caroline Flint MP visits Cambridge Cleantech

Caroline Flint MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, visited Cambridge Cleantech and held a roundtable with its members to discuss the key issues affecting the sector from renewable energy supplies to future cities and smart metering.

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Barry Lock, UK Manager, Lauterbach

Lauterbach sponsors the UK Device Developers' Conference 2015

Leading debug tool company Lauterbach has agreed to be a lead sponsor of next year's UK Device Developers' Conference, an event for engineers and computer scientists working in the development of intelligent systems and devices.

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Aspire Cambridge hires new account manager to permanent recruitment division

Aspire Cambridge hires new account manager to permanent recruitment division

Due to recent continued success, Aspire Cambridge is expanding its Recruitment division to meet the increasing demands from clients across multiple sectors.

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Horizon Discovery Group plc and Adarza BioSystems enter supply & licensing agreement

Agreement gives Horizon exclusive right to supply services on Adarza’s multiplex label-free immunoassay technology.

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Duaklir® Genuair® approved in the European Union for COPD

AstraZeneca today announced that Duaklir® Genuair® (aclidinium bromide/formoterol fumarate 340/12 mcg) has been granted Marketing Authorisation by the European Commission (EC) to be used as a maintenance bronchodilator treatment to relieve symptoms in adult patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

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Needingworth, near St Ives

Quarry transformed into haven for insect life

A new study has revealed how a sand and gravel quarry in Cambridgeshire has become a haven for insect life, and is now home to a number of rare species.

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 Da Vinci printer

Find out everything you wanted to know about 3D printing

You've probably heard people announce how 3D printing is going to change the world and how you can print 'anything' using a 3D printer. But what is the reality?

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Laura Sugar and Ross Austen

Local sports stars launch Addenbrooke’s Rudolph Run

Local sports stars GB 100m paralympian, Laura Sugar from Saffron Walden and GB Bobsleigh Team member, Ross Austen from Ely will be launching this year’s Rudolph Run at Addenbrooke’s Hospital on Sunday 7 December.

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Don’t start with technology, start with the people

There are considerable healthcare challenges entrenched in the developing world.

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Ultimo founder to urge East of England MSBs to 'Seize Export Opportunity' at major conference

Ultimo®’s founder Michelle Mone is to be one of the keynote speakers at a major UKTI conference on 3 December at Cranfield School of Management in Bedfordshire.

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What should employers do to comply with the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981?

First Aid Confidence offers guidance regarding the first aid provision required within a business.

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Success for Managers: How to get people to like you

Whether you’re a business owner, a manager, an employee or a lover, you will always have more success when people like you.

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Applications for the 2015 MacRobert Award are now open!

Applications for the 2015 MacRobert Award are now open!

The Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award has become synonymous with spotting the ‘next big thing’ in technology, having been established 45 years ago to identify outstanding innovation with proven commercial promise and tangible societal benefit.

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Dragon McFly - created by Suzi Ovens

Aspiration Europe unveils 'Back To The Future' inspired GoGoDragon in aid of Break Charity

Aspiration Europe unveils Back To The Future inspired GoGoDragon in aid of Break Charity, designed by local photographer, Suzi Ovens.

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ITW manufactures film ribbons for printing ID cards

Innomech helps ITW to reduce manufacturing costs

Automation consultancy GB Innomech has designed and developed a fully automated assembly system to help ITW Imagedata to reduce manufacturing costs for its highest volume products. ITW is a global manufacturer of film ribbons and consumables for security and identity cards, based near Manningtree, Essex.

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