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Research Excellence Framework confirms Cambridge’s global strength and depth in research

Almost nine out of ten (87%) University of Cambridge submissions for the UK’s Research Excellence Framework (REF) have been rated as ‘world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’, demonstrating the institution’s strength in research, figures released today (Thursday) show.

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Anglia Ruskin research recognised for its great impact

Anglia Ruskin University’s academic excellence has been recognised by the UK’s Higher Education funding bodies, with 12 areas classed as generating “world-leading” research.

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Caring for our vulnerable, often elderly, patients and family

Activ8rlives develops its first medical Smartwatch for continuous monitoring of oxygenation

Building on its growing respiratory disease self-management focus, Aseptika Limited announced that it has accelerated the development of its medical wearable Smartwatch, called the BuddyWOTCH(TM).

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Dr. Ksenia Krasileva

New research leader to improve wheat genomics joins TGAC and TSL

Ksenia Krasileva joins The Genome Analysis Centre’s (TGAC) Science Faculty to lead the Institute’s new Triticeae Genomics Group, in joint appointment with The Sainsbury Laboratory (TSL).

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Domino integrates 1000th coder to its market-leading QuickDesign Platform

Domino integrates 1000th coder to its market-leading QuickDesign Platform

Domino has reached a milestone with the integration of its 1000th coder to the QuickDesign platform, at food supplier Rose Poultry, based in Denmark.

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Broadcom announces set-top box platform to accelerate Mexico's analog-digital TV transition

Low-cost digital converters deliver combination of new features and reliability to consumers

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European journalists see Cambridge highlights

European journalists see Cambridge highlights

A party of seven senior journalists representing MICE travel publications from across Europe has recently spent 36 hours in Cambridge, taking in the city’s finest locations.

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UK deaths from Alzheimer’s up by 52%

Anglia Ruskin University Professor has been involved in a global study into mortality rates.

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Lighter planes are the future

Lighter planes are the future

A global fleet of composite planes could reduce carbon emissions by up to 15 per cent, but the lighter planes alone will not enable the aviation industry to meet its emissions targets, according to new research.

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Earliest known piece of polyphonic music discovered

Earliest known piece of polyphonic music discovered

New research has uncovered the earliest known practical piece of polyphonic music, an example of the principles that laid the foundations of European musical tradition.

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 Gary Packham

Professor Packham heads Business School

Professor Gary Packham has been appointed Dean of Anglia Ruskin University's Lord Ashcroft International Business School.

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Bango and Indosat launch carrier billing in Google Play

Bango is pleased to announce that Indosat, the leading Indonesian Mobile Network Operator, has used the Bango Payments Platform to launch one-click payment for Google Play customers.

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Bidwells Elves sell charity cookbook at Waitrose

Leading property consultancy Bidwells' charity recipe book, Make me, Eat me!, is being sold at Waitrose Trumpington on 17 and 22 December.

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Science and Innovation Strategy embraces design as key to growth

Design Council strongly welcomes the government’s Science & Innovation Strategy today, which has set out a clear 10-year vision. The Strategy recognises successful innovation requires design and contains renewed emphasis on the importance of places and cities for the UK’s science base.

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Over 3000 children in the East of England will face this Christmas homeless

New government figures released this week show that 3,311 children in the East of England will face waking up homeless this Christmas morning – a rise of 5% since June.

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Huppert welcomes month on month fall in unemployment

Cambridge’s unemployment figures continue to fall and more and more young people are finding work.

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Huppert welcomes news city could get £5m New Homes Bonus

MP Julian Huppert has welcomed the news that Cambridge could receive almost £5 million in New Homes Bonus from the government, as well as £4.2 million going to Cambridgeshire County Council.

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CRC principal Anne Constantine

Cambridge Regional College opens new painting and decorating department

A new purpose-built painting workshop, with its own two-storey house, has opened at Cambridge Regional College – enabling students and apprentices to train in industry-standard workshops.

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Tube Map is given some backbone

Tube Map is given some backbone

Iconic Tube Map transformed to show how the University fibre-optic network 'travels' around the city.

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January Sales come early at Downing College

January Sales come early at Downing College

A Cambridge College is offering event organisers an early opportunity to bag a bargain for One Day Meetings held in January and February.

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