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The Haston family

Cambridge IVF to help more people to start a family

More couples in the East of England and East Midlands can now get NHS-funded fertility treatment at one of the country’s leading fertility centres.

01/05/2015Read in full

Labour grassroots fancy Vince as coalition partner

A new poll indicates that Labour Party activists would prefer Vince Cable as Deputy Prime Minister in the event of a Labour-led coalition after 7 May.

01/05/2015Read in full

Domino sets new standards across the globe with completion of A-Series i-Tech range

Domino’s i-Tech range of continuous ink jet (CIJ) systems represents the next step in the evolution of the A-Series and has managed to set new standards in practicality, performance and flexibility for coding and marking.

01/05/2015Read in full

Selling green policies

Selling green policies

Morality is increasingly being used to sell environmental policies, says The Scientific Alliance.

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Cambridge Publishing Management issues Spring 2015 newsletter

Welcome to Cambridge Publishing Management's spring newsletter!

01/05/2015Read in full

MRC's KJ Patel elected Fellow of the Royal Society

MRC's KJ Patel elected Fellow of the Royal Society

KJ Patel, group leader in the Laboratory of Molecular Biology’s PNAC Division, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society, in recognition of his outstanding research on DNA repair and chromosome breakage

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Get to grips with finance at one-day course

If you feel lost when people start to talk about finance, Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration has a course for you! Sign up for one day of training next month and get to grips with all things financial.

01/05/2015Read in full

Cambridge Literary Festival Collage

Thanks for the memories of Spring's Cambridge Literary Festival

Oh what a week that was! Take part in Cambridge Literary Festival's survey and win tickets to the winter event.

01/05/2015Read in full

UK Embedded Systems Conference

SDC discusses recent developments in software version control systems at conference

Leading embedded systems tools and technology supplier SDC Systems will explore important issues relating to the use of version control for embedded systems development at the UK Device Developers' Conference 2015.

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Cell Therapy Catapult and Asymptote collaborate to revolutionise delivery of cell therapies

The Cell Therapy Catapult and Asymptote, a leading specialist in cryopreservation based in Cambridge, are combining forces to advance the development of a novel point-of-care Thawing System for Cell Based Therapies.

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Artificial pancreas Credit: Diabetes UK

World first for artificial pancreas team

The first natural birth to a mother with diabetes who has been fitted with an artificial pancreas took place this week. The device has been developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge.

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National Golf Month with Red Alien

Red Alien tees off with National Golf Month

May 2015 is National Golf Month - a nationwide initiative to make golf accessible to everyone – and to ensure the campaign sees the light in the digital day, NGM have brought in Red Alien - a leading digital marketing company - to breed a social media buzz for the tee off today (1st May).

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UK's fastest growing tech companies: what's the secret?

Kingly Brookes takes a look at what makes the fastest growing tech companies in the UK tick.

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CUH waste management team

Little goes to waste at CUH...

Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) has been recognised for its first class work in waste management by one of the world’s leading independent experts in environmental sustainability.

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Meaning of 'establishment': the Woolworths case

Employers who operate multiple sites can breathe a sigh of relief as a result of the ECJ's Judgment which has just been published on the meaning of "Establishment" for the purposes of the collective redundancy consultation processes. Nick Hall of Hewitsons explains.

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Birketts advises Alstons Upholstery on cross-border sale

Birketts LLP, the top 100 law firm based in the East of England, and BDO LLP, leading accountants and business advisers, have advised the owners of Alstons (Upholstery) Ltd on the company's proposed sale to Thailand Carpet Manufacturing plc (TCMC). TCMC is listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand.

01/05/2015Read in full

Dr Chris Mitchell

Ignite provides startup with sound business sense

Audio Analytics, whose founder is an alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School's Ignite programme, is now a world leader in intelligent sound detection using software sensors.

01/05/2015Read in full

Matthew Ford wins award

Pariti pitch is a fintech competition winner

Pariti, a finance startup that helps people avoid financial difficulty, founded by a Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship (PGDE) student at Cambridge Judge, has reached the global finals of the SWIFT Innotribe fintech Startup Challenge competition in Singapore this October.

01/05/2015Read in full

What are your core values?

What are your core values?

What exactly are values and how do we come to embrace them?

01/05/2015Read in full

British Red Cross launches ‘Shop Drop for Nepal’

The British Red Cross is today (Thursday) launching ‘Shop Drop for Nepal’ to give people another way to donate to its Nepal Earthquake Appeal.

30/04/2015Read in full

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