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New technique has implications in determining the genetic basis of thousands of diseases

New technique has implications in determining the genetic basis of thousands of diseases

Researchers at the Babraham Institute and the Francis Crick Institute have developed and used a new technique to join the dots in the genomic puzzle.

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Anthias celebrates a decade of delivery

Anthias Consulting will be celebrating a decade of delivery in June 2015 as a respected provider of high quality, industry-leading and manufacture-independent training and consultancy in the gas chromatography (GC) and gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (GC MS) arena.

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Horizon Discovery Group introduces range of Immunohistochemistry HDx reference standards

Horizon Discovery Group plc, the international life science company supplying research tools and services that power genomics research and the development of personalised medicines, today announced it has introduced a unique range of genetically defined, highly characterised HDx Reference Standards for Immunohistochemistry (IHC) assays. The product range has been developed by Horizon’s diagnostics division.

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GIS new Head Interface Board (HIB-RH-1280)

GIS introduces new head interface board for Ricoh printheads

Global Inkjet Systems (GIS), a leading developer of software, drivers and electronics for industrial inkjet printheads, announces that it now supports the Ricoh MH5420/5440 printheads, formerly known as Gen 5.

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The team at the start of the challenge

Hewitsons kicks off Chariots of Fire fundraising with charity challenge

Hewitsons law firm has started its Chariots of Fire 2015 fundraising off with a bang, by raising a massive £2,000 for this year’s official charity after a team from the firm took on the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge.

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Forest Hall School visits Aerozone

Stansted’s Aerozone is cleared for take-off as youngsters enjoy sneak preview

Stansted Airport’s Aerozone has received the thumbs up from a group of local school children who enjoyed a sneak peek inside the education centre ahead of its grand opening in June.

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Safety Critical Software

Conference workshop explores safety critical software

A half-day workshop at the UK Device Developers' Conference next week explores the tools and techniques available to ensure software integrity for projects that carry a 'high cost of failure'.

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CSR and Avi-on Labs add simple, seamless whole-home control to GE branded lighting

CSRmesh™ IoT protocol will soon be found in retail stores for smart lighting and home automation.

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Financial services firms asked to give their views on stricter regulation of pay

A re-interpretation of European legislation means that smaller financial services firms may have to comply with stricter controls on pay from next year, including the deferral of at least 40% of bonus awards for certain types of employee, and the payment of at least half of all variable pay in the form of shares or similar instruments. Firms are being encouraged to submit their views on the proposed new regulations by 4th June.

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Astronomers find first evidence of changing conditions on a super Earth

Astronomers have detected wildly changing temperatures on a super Earth – the first time any atmospheric variability has been observed on a rocky planet outside the solar system – and believe it could be due to huge amounts of volcanic activity, further adding to the mystery of what had been nicknamed the ‘diamond planet’.

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Dry rice field at dusk Credit: Ahmad Nizam Awang

Fungus enhances crop roots and could be a future 'bio-fertilizer'

“Ancient relationship” between fungi and plant roots creates genetic expression that leads to more root growth. Common fungus could one day be used as ‘bio-fertiliser’, replacing mined phosphate which is now depleted to the point of impending fertiliser crisis.

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M-I SWACO releases new fluid and cuttings separator

SCREEN PULSE separator delivers optimum efficiency and reduces overall drilling costs

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FlexNet Enterprise to optimize global software licensing for Nordic financial services firm

Flexera Software, the leading provider of next-generation software licensing, compliance and installation solutions for application producers and enterprises, announced that a contract has been signed with Nordea, one of the largest financial services groups in Northern Europe, to implement FlexNet Manager Suite for Enterprises across its organization.

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Learn best practices for the implementation of the Falsified Medicines Directive

Workshop at 21st EGA Annual Conference (Berlin, 9-11 June 2015) about best practices for the implementation of the Falsified Medicines Directive, with the participation of Domino Printing.

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Salivary Assay Kit

Excellent research covers inflammatory markers of acute stress

With growing interest in the ability to detect inflammatory markers in response to stress, salivary collection is proving a less invasive process. However, the reliability and validity of saliva-based to blood-based inflammatory biomarkers in response to stress remains unclear. A review suggests that specific targets may be valid and highlights specific areas of need for future research.

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Prima gains ISO 13485 Medical approval

Prima Electronic Services, the St Ives, Cambridgeshire based electronics contract manufacturer has been awarded ISO 13485-2012 Medical accreditation and registration.

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Large antiques and interiors auction at Cheffins Cambridge next month

Large antiques and interiors auction at Cheffins Cambridge next month

Cheffins will be holding a large Antiques & Interiors auction on Thursday 4th June. The sale will include a large barn find collection of furniture as well as other objects of interest in furniture, collectable and decorative items and jewellery.

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Price Bailey secures corporate buyer for family-run business

Price Bailey recently helped close the sale of AID Industrial to 3sun Group, a specialist provider of products and services to the global energy industry.

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photo (c) David Johnson Cambridge Newspapers

Zing wearable technology offers fun alternative to Apple Watch

If you're in the mood to buy some wearable technology, then a new gadget being launched by a Cambridge firm could be right up your street.

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Major study reaffirms performance of ovarian cancer screening test

Abcodia, a specialist company engaged in the development of tests for the early detection of cancer, with exclusive worldwide licence to the ovarian cancer screening test, ROCA®, has welcomed the publication of a major study that reaffirms its high performance.

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