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Cambridge Science Centre launches COSMOS

Cambridge Science Centre launches COSMOS – an innovative way to bring science into your home

Since opening its doors in 2013, Cambridge Science Centre has been an extremely popular destination for a fun day out and has welcomed over 120,000 parents and children from Cambridge and beyond. As it launches a new online programme today - COSMOS Kids - to enable visitors to take science home with them, the charity seeks support from local businesses. Join in to benefit from the scheme while fulfilling your social responsibility objectives.

29/07/2016Read in full

Insignis features in Cambridge Business Magazine

Insignis features in Cambridge Business Magazine

Jenny Chapman interviews Insignis CEO Giles Hutson for Cambridge Business Magazine

29/07/2016Read in full

New karyogram display improves Sapientia platform

New karyogram display improves Sapientia for clinical diagnosis

Workflow and data visualisation features for Congenica's interpretation platform support whole exome sequencing.

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A cold water geyser driven by carbon dioxide erupting

Carbon dioxide can be stored underground safely for longer, say researchers

A study of natural-occurring 100,000 year-old CO2 reservoirs shows no significant corroding of ‘cap rock’, suggesting the greenhouse gas hasn’t leaked back out - one of the main concerns with greenhouse gas reduction proposal of carbon capture and storage.

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Walking Credit: Lindsay Henwood

An hour of moderate exercise a day enough to counter health risks from prolonged sitting

The health risks associated with sitting for eight or more hours a day – whether at work, home or commuting – can be eliminated with an hour or more of physical activity a day, according to a study from an international team of researchers.

29/07/2016Read in full

Dolomite lends a helping hand to synthetic biology research

Dolomite microfluidic chips are helping researchers from the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University (ASU) to develop novel enzymes capable of polymerising synthetic nucleotides.

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Ken at the end of his 2015 challenge

#C2C4TTT: Cycling to help The Turbo Trust provide independent mobility to others

Axiom-e's Ken Dickson will soon be doing his 2016 Cycle Challenge. As well as enjoying the scenery along Hadrian's Cycleway, Ken will be raising awareness of Dragonmobility's specialised powerchairs while raising funds for local charity The Turbo Trust.

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Work experience project sees Cambridge school students pitch and design life-saving app

Work experience project sees Cambridge school students pitch and design life-saving app

Six 15 and 16 year-olds from schools across the region spent two weeks working with scientists and engineers at PA Consulting Group's Cambridge Technology Centre in Melbourn.

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Nick gears up for 100-mile charity bike ride in aid of Arthur Rank Hospice Charity

Nick Culley, senior managing consultant at Pure's Cambridge office, will be tackling the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 this weekend to raise money for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity (ARHC).

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RiverRhee new course: 'The First Steps in Selling' - launches 21st September

Are you a business developer or scientist responsible for negotiating sales for your scientific company’s products and services? Could you do with some help in knowing how to go about this?

29/07/2016Read in full

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The answer is nuclear

Nuclear energy offers the best hope for a low-carbon future, asserts The Scientific Alliance.

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Alex Drouet & Ian Vince from Barnes on a training ride

Builders get on their bikes to raise funds for the Hospice they’re building!

Two of the building contractors who have been involved with the construction of Arthur Rank Hospice’s new state-of-the-art home will be swapping steel toe-capped boots and hard hats for pedal clips and cycling helmets as they take on the Prudential RideLondon 100 mile bike ride this weekend.

28/07/2016Read in full

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Pengower Ltd achieves Cyber Essentials certification with DIY packaged solution

IT Governance, the cyber security consultancy firm and CREST-accredited certification body, has helped Cloud application designer and developer Pengower Ltd, achieve certification to the government-backed Cyber Essentials scheme.

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The Drum Independent Agencies Census

Studio 24 ranked in the UK's top 50 independent agencies

Yesterday the Studio 24 team waited with bated breath as The Drum published its Independent Agencies Census for 2016, benchmarking the UK's independent agency sector.

28/07/2016Read in full

ARM Q2 sterling revenues up 17 per cent

Cambridge chip architect ARM Holdings has hoisted Q2 revenues by 17 per cent to £267.6 million and pre-tax profits by five per cent to £130.1m.

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Cambridge Regional College sponsors Cambridge B2B 2016

Cambridge Regional College is sponsoring one of the region’s biggest business to business networking events – the Cambridge B2B exhibition 2016.

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IDTechEx helps to put the Tesla gigafactory into context

Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman of analysts IDTechEx, was interviewed yesterday (Weds 27 July) by BBC Television World News in a live programme transmitted worldwide. The subject was the opening of the Tesla battery gigafactory, billed as the world's largest factory building.

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Qualcomm and Lear sign commercial wireless electric vehicle charging licence agreement

Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) and Lear Corporation (NYSE: LEA), a leading global supplier of automotive seating and electrical systems, announced that they have entered into a Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) licence agreement.

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'Tip Top Stomerij en Wasserette' Linnaeusstraat Amsterdam

Wash cycle: making organs fit for transplantation

There’s a nationwide shortage of suitable organs for transplanting – but what if some of those organs deemed ‘unsuitable’ could be rejuvenated? Researchers at Addenbrooke’s Hospital have managed just that – and last year gave two patients an unexpected Christmas present.

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Latest RICS Commercial Property Market Survey – sentiment dampened by Brexit vote

The latest RICS Commercial Property Market Survey, released on 20th July, has found that investment demand has fallen sharply across the country, with London seeing the most pronounced decline. Despite this, premium industrial and warehouse space across the Cambridge region remains strong, reports Cheffins.

28/07/2016Read in full

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