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Cambridge Index 250515

Cambridge Index rises 1.5%

The Cambridge Index advanced 1.5% or 269.8 points to 18,755.7, as seven of the top ten index heavyweights posted weekly gains.

26/05/2015Read in full

tech inspired feasibility

Key technologies: £3 million available for business innovation

Businesses can apply for a share of £3 million for feasibility studies into technology projects across four key technology areas in the latest funding competition from Innovate UK, which opened last week.

26/05/2015Read in full

SMEs’ internationalisation encouraged through EU-Japan cluster cooperation

A heavily subsidised mission to Japan for SMEs and ICT clusters has been announced for October 26-31. Assistance is provided with prospecting and B2B meetings at Japan IT Week.

26/05/2015Read in full

MAX

MAX infrared oven from Heraeus enables extremely efficient heating of metals

The coating of metal strips with tin or aluminum, enameling, melting of aluminum blocks or sintering of metallic inks requires very high temperatures. Such heating processes need a lot of energy, time and space. Heraeus Noblelight offers the “MAX” infrared oven for heating process requiring very high temperatures.

26/05/2015Read in full

Patient overconfidence graph

Patients at risk due to overconfidence in their ability to use medical devices

A survey commissioned by Team Consulting which looks at patient and doctor attitudes to healthcare has shown that patients suffering from chronic conditions are worryingly overconfident when it comes to drug delivery devices and feel that they need only minimal training.

25/05/2015Read in full

 Dan with judge Yasmeen Ismail

Graduate Dan lands V&A Illustration prize

Recent Anglia Ruskin University graduate Dan Ungureanu has won £1,000 in an illustration competition organised by the Victoria and Albert Museum, the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design.

22/05/2015Read in full

Johnson Matthey acquires StePac Modified Atmosphere Packaging business

Johnson Matthey today announces that on 18 May 2015 it acquired the StePac Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) business from DS Smith for £18.0 million, subject to typical post-closing adjustments. StePac works closely with growers and distributors of fresh produce to develop, manufacture and supply application-specific modified atmosphere packaging.

22/05/2015Read in full

Dale at Sandhurst with former student Josh Wicks

CRC lecturer shortlisted for top teacher award

Outstanding Cambridge Regional College lecturer Dale Turner has been shortlisted for the VQ Teacher of the Year award, winning praise for his inspirational teaching and passionate commitment to students.

22/05/2015Read in full

The carbon bubble

The carbon bubble

Talk of a carbon bubble is grossly exaggerated, says The Scientific Alliance.

22/05/2015Read in full

Sandwich

Infrared emitters enable new manufacturing processes

The manufacture of the latest sandwich structures, such as those used in modern aircraft and motor vehicles, requires various heating processes. An infrared heating system from Heraeus Noblelight offers the flexibility both for experimental series as well as for manufacturing.

22/05/2015Read in full

Subsea Systems

Subsea development explored at Scottish Engineering Conference

The National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) will be explaining how it is promoting and facilitating increased Research and Development activities for the subsea sector at The Scottish Device Developers' Conference, to be held at Uphall on the 4th June.

22/05/2015Read in full

XGA301 Industrial Gas Analyzer

New cost-effective analyzer from Michell Instruments gives maximum flexibility

Michell Instruments has launched its most flexible and adaptable bench mounted analyzer.

22/05/2015Read in full

Irwin Mitchell supports Headway Cambridgeshire gym

Irwin Mitchell supports Headway Cambridgeshire gym

People with a brain injury or illness in Cambridge now have access to an upgraded specialist gym after charity Headway Cambridgeshire officially opened a new facility at its base in the city at a special event this week.

22/05/2015Read in full

Domino's ink extends thermal ink jet printing capabilities

Domino's new ink extends thermal ink jet printing capabilities

Domino's BK118 ink extends thermal ink jet (TIJ) printing capabilities to effectively code onto challenging materials, such as plastics, films, foils and coated cartons.

22/05/2015Read in full

2014 market segments for RFID in China

China's RFID market value will reach US$4.3 billion by 2025 - IDTechEx report

Not only will the use of RFID in China become a $4.3 billion market in 2025, but that figure will almost double if the value of tags and readers made in the country and exported elsewhere is included, says Dr Xiaoxi He, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx.

22/05/2015Read in full

Healthy skin helps identify cancer’s origins

Normal skin contains an unexpectedly high number of cancer-associated mutations, according to a study published in Science. The findings illuminate the first steps cells take towards becoming a cancer and demonstrate the value of analysing normal tissue to learn more about the origins of the disease.

22/05/2015Read in full

Metrarc wins funding to improve security on data from the Internet of Things

Metrarc has won funding from Innovate UK for a project that aims to improve security for personal data gathered though the Internet of Things (IoT) with a focus on wearable technology.

22/05/2015Read in full

best advice in buy to let

Starting out in Buy to Let: should you employ an agent or go it alone?

When starting out in Buy to Let, one important initial decision is whether you employ an agent or "go it alone" as an independent landlord.

22/05/2015Read in full

Birketts raise over £12,000 for Walking With The Wounded

Teams at Birketts raise over £12,000 for Walking With The Wounded

Birketts, the full service, top 100 law firm based in the East of England, has raised over £12,000 for a local charity, with eight teams taking part in this year’s ‘Walking With The Wounded’ Cumbrian Challenge on Saturday 16 May.

22/05/2015Read in full

Four tips to achieve maximum ROI from direct mail

Four tips to achieve maximum ROI from direct mail

Sending out direct mail via post or email is a task which normally requires a large amount of attention in the run up to its release. Prospect Research offers four tips on how to maximise the ROI from DM.

22/05/2015Read in full

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