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Cambridge Music Festival attracts international artists

The full programme for Cambridge Music Festival is announced and goes on sale today. Artists from around the world – including the USA, Russia, Germany and Austria – feature in an ambitious series of world-class events, from Wednesday 12 – Saturday 22 November 2014.

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What’s going on at 1plex– July & August 2014

The summer months have been busier than ever for 1plex Ltd. The company says: "We have been continuing our projects with existing clients as well as meeting with and working for new clients. It’s been a busy but exciting couple of months!"

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14th at Ely Golf Club

Grab an Autumn Taster Membership deal at Ely City Golf Course

Golfers looking to get into the swing of a golf club membership could find the Autumn Taster deal at Ely just the ticket.

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Weerada Sucharitkul in front of a brick wall

Young entrepreneur returns to Cambridge to launch innovative film discovery platform

A Cambridge Judge Business School alumna will return to the city this week to launch an innovative new platform set to become the go-to site for film discovery.

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Holograms Credit: Yunuen Montelongo

Nanotechnology used to create next-generation holograms for information storage

Holograms made of tiny particles of silver could double the amount of information that can be stored in digital optical devices, such as sensors, displays and medical imaging devices.

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New puzzle magazine based on University research aims to support childhood learning

New puzzle magazine based on University research aims to support childhood learning

A new puzzle-based magazine founded on research conducted by academics at the University of Cambridge has been launched to support learning in the core subjects of the National Curriculum.

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Tomatoes Credit: Ajith Kumar

Fighting prostate cancer with a tomato-rich diet

Men who eat over 10 portions a week of tomatoes have an 18 per cent lower risk of developing prostate cancer, new research suggests.

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Data indicates Brilique™ has flexibility to be initiated pre-hospital/STEMI patients

AstraZeneca today announced the results of the Phase IV ATLANTIC study, which indicates that the profile of BRILIQUE™/BRILINTA™ (ticagrelor) is comparable whether administered in a pre-hospital or in-hospital setting to ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) patients.

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The horse head sculptures

The challenge of engineering the Kelpies

Recently, Falkirk in Scotland saw the opening of the Kelpies, two 30-metre high horse head sculptures either side of a lock in a new canal extension.

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Amino showcases expanded solutions-based connected home portfolio at IBC 2014

Amino, leaders in IPTV, is to showcase at IBC 2014 (RAI Amsterdam, 12-16 September) how its solutions portfolio is evolving to deliver the latest developments in 4K/HEVC, multiscreen content security and home monitoring and control capabilities.

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Cutty Sark

Cambridge Filmworks sets sail on the Cutty Sark for Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta

Cambridge Filmworks is going back in time on the magnificently restored Cutty Sark with its spectacularly created band of 'digital ghosts' on show throughout the Falmouth Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta taking place over the next week.

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Conference Cambridge exhibits for the first time at HBAA Forum

Conference Cambridge exhibits for the first time at HBAA Forum

The free venue-finding service for the University, Colleges, hotels and other unique venues in Cambridge, Newmarket and beyond is marking its recent membership of the HBAA by exhibiting at the Association’s Annual Forum.

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Cambridge Sensotec and Heller Industries Staff

Cambridge Sensotec secures major export contract

Cambridge Sensotec Ltd, a UK based manufacturer of scientific gas analysis instruments, is proud to announce the signing of a major contract to supply the company’s Rapidox brand of oxygen gas analysers to Heller Industries Inc. Heller Industries is the world’s leading solder reflow oven manufacturer based in the USA, with manufacturing plants in China, Korea and Malaysia.

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Spirus tip of the week: how to measure your ROI

Marketing performance measurement is a controversial subject. John Wanameker once famously said: “Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don't know which half”. It is somehow interesting, that even after 100 years, with all analytical frameworks and technology at our disposal and so much research done into the field, marketers still sometimes struggle when it comes to proving ROI. But we are getting better at it.

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Connecting Cambridgeshire offers training and skills contract opportunity

Connecting Cambridgeshire has won extra Government funding to encourage women-led businesses, female entrepreneurs and young women to make the most of digital and technology opportunities. This contract is to provide digital skills and technology training in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

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Cambridge researchers to hold free public meeting on dementia

Scientists based in Cambridge are holding a free public meeting about dementia on 10 September 2014.

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Miss England takes the ice bucket challenge at Addenbrooke’s

The reigning Miss England 2014, Carina Tyrrell, completed the ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ at Addenbrooke's Hospital today to raise awareness of motor neurone disease.

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SMART SRS

Product of the Week from 1Plex

Transform your meetings with the SMART Room System for Microsoft Lync, says IT company 1Plex.

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Nujira shortlisted for Design Team of the Year award

Cambourne based chip company Nujira has been shortlisted for two award categories at this year’s British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs). Selected by a leading panel of CTOs and electronics engineers, the Nujira EasyET team was selected for the “Design Team of the Year” award, with Analogue IC Design Engineer Benoit Labbe receiving a separate nomination for the “Design Engineer of the Year”.

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Students say Gianna has the WOW factor

Drama lecturer Dr Gianna Bouchard has been nominated for an award for going the extra mile for her students – and Anglia Ruskin University as a whole could be in line for recognition.

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