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Professor Farah Mendlesohn

Sci-fi gets serious at London’s ExCeL this summer!

Science fiction gets serious this summer as leading academic and writer Professor Farah Mendlesohn leads the exhibits team at Loncon 3, the 72nd World Science Fiction Convention.

01/08/2014Read in full

Stories retold for modern classrooms

'The Best Story in the World' retold for modern classrooms

Unique versions of some of the oldest stories in Europe have been retold for modern classrooms and released for free by the Cambridge Schools Classics Project.

01/08/2014Read in full

Credit: CDI

Cambridge students launch development initiative in Dar es Salaam

A pioneering initiative in the slums of Dar es Salaam aims to transform student volunteering, by kick-starting locally-run initiatives in healthcare, education, public sanitation, and enterprise.

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Vishay Semiconductor orders AIXTRON system to create extra infrared LED production capacities

Vishay Semiconductor GmbH, Heilbronn, has acquired an MOCVD system from AIXTRON to expand its infrared LED production capacities. The company aims to substantially extend its product portfolio in this area. The system was delivered to Vishay at the end of March.

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Arecor awarded TSB grant to support expanded protein stability platform

Arecor Limited has been awarded a prestigious Technology Strategy Board (TSB) grant to apply its proprietary technology for developing stable formulations of protein drugs.

31/07/2014Read in full

MedCity comes to Alconbury

MedCity comes to Alconbury

The LEP played host to a visit from MedCity and representatives of the local bio-medical community at Alconbury Weald Enterprise Campus.

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The new ProReveal

ProReveal technology helps hospitals improve instrument cleanliness

Scientific Digital Imaging’s Synoptics Health Division, a manufacturer of innovative digital imaging systems for healthcare applications, today introduced its next generation ProReveal with advanced process validation analytics software for detecting and analysing the amount of residual proteins on surgical instruments post-decontamination.

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ZEISS introduces LSM 880 with Airyscan

ZEISS introduces LSM 880 with Airyscan

New confocal technology from ZEISS enables fast and sensitive superresolution microscopy.

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SCC announces new Oracle Practice following succession of key wins

SCC announces new Oracle Practice following succession of key wins

SCC has announced the creation of a formal Oracle Practice in response to a succession of key wins alongside its strategic partner.

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Grant technology helps achieve a world first

Grant technology helps achieve a world first

Grant Instruments, in collaboration with scientists at CERN and Max Planck Institute for Physics, has developed a heating system to form part of the AWAKE project, providing a stable environment for Rubidium.

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The CSRmesh Development Kit

CSRmesh™ Development Kit accelerates Internet of Things product development

Bluetooth® innovator CSR plc announces the launch of its CSRmesh™ Development Kit, which will allow developers to get hands on with the recently launched CSRmesh Bluetooth Smart protocol.

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Gary Jesson- MD EFM

New VAT healthcheck launched for business

EFM is pleased to launch a free online VAT healthcheck for business. The tool reviews some of the VAT processes within a business, helping companies to either recognise warning signs or detect potential opportunities for VAT savings or efficiencies.

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Credit: D.R. Brumley, K.Y. Wan, M. Polin, R.E. Goldstein

Microscopic rowing – without a cox

New research shows that the whip-like appendages on many types of cells are able to synchronise their movements solely through interactions with the fluid that surrounds them.

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Uganda Credit: neiljs

Urbanisation of rural Africa associated with increased risk of heart disease and diabetes

The increasing urbanisation of rural areas in sub-Saharan Africa could lead to an explosion in incidences of heart disease and diabetes, according to a new study carried out in Uganda which found that even small changes towards more urban lifestyles was associated with increased risk of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.

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New malaria vaccine candidates identified

Researchers have discovered new vaccine targets that could help in the battle against malaria. Taking a new, large-scale approach to this search, researchers tested a library of proteins from the Plasmodium falciparum parasite with antibodies produced by the immune systems of a group of infected children.

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Rapidox SF6 On Site Test

Cambridge Sensotec develops SF6 gas analyser

Cambridge Sensotec discusses the use of SF6 gas within high voltage applications, and how it is developing an all new SF6 gas analyser with pump back facility in order to meet the demands of stricter environmental legislation.

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CPI, Talent Glue and COEL Office Furniture logos

Contribute to workplace wellbeing research in Cambridge

Talent Glue has teamed up with Cambridge Plant Interiors and COEL Office Furniture to conduct some important empirical research which will hopefully provide a clearer understanding around the impact of the working environment on people’s wellbeing in our local area.

31/07/2014Read in full

The Guardian On Social Media Marketing

Social i Media appointed Commissioning Editor for 'The Guardian' social media hub

Cambridge-based media communications agency, Social i Media, is pleased to announce its appointment as Commissioning Editor for The Guardian’s latest Social Media Marketing hub, in association with Adobe.

31/07/2014Read in full

AppTesto appointed as Value Added Reseller for iTrinegy

iTrinegy signs up local VAR AppTesto, to provide services and award-winning solutions for de-risking application deployments.

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Optim2

Software updates simplify protein analysis for Avacta’s Optim® instruments

Avacta Analytical has released a number of software updates for its innovative Optim® series of biophysical characterization instruments.

31/07/2014Read in full

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