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NRP scientists win grants to search for solutions to antimicrobial resistance in superbugs

Scientists at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and the John Innes Centre (JIC) looking for the key to new antibiotic discoveries have been awarded almost £3 million by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and The Wellcome Trust.

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Fewer than expected businesses race to beat general election with a moderate flurry of IPOs

Most market speculation about Q1 was at the bullish end of the spectrum, although some commentators were predicting that the London IPO market was set to enter the slow lane. The reality has been that the first quarter of this year has been good but not stellar, with fewer than expected businesses keen to get their floats away before the general election in May, according to EY’s latest IPO Eye.

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Alere applauds President’s National Action Plan to combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Alere Inc., a global leader in rapid diagnostics, issued the following statement today in support of President Barack Obama’s National Action Plan to combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

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SteelHead & SteelHead Mobile allow JEO Consulting Group to work efficiently from anywhere

SteelHead supports the engineering and architecture firm’s commitment to client satisfaction by boosting employee productivity and making it possible to open new offices anywhere while ensuring superior application performance

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Cambridge Nanosystems wins top award for business innovation

Cambridge Nanosystems has won the top award for Business Innovation at the Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards 2015.

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First Maryland Regional Biotech Forum supported by MedImmune

Today and tomorrow, more than 400 leaders from life sciences companies, academic institutions, nonprofit organizations, investment funds and government entities across Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC, will convene for the first Maryland Regional Biotech Forum.

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CamAWiSE workshops return for 2015

CamAWiSE workshops return for 2015

WISE UP 2015 will focus on some of the softer skills we all need to develop in order to succeed at work. Job-related expertise is essential in any career, STEM-related or otherwise.

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Ten new routes on departure boards as Stansted springs into summer

Stansted Airport’s departure boards have a spring in their step as the airport prepares to welcome ten new routes onto the growing route network this summer.

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The Roar offers Cambridge Network members early booking discount

The Cambridge Roar is delighted to offer all Cambridge Network Members a £50 early booking discount for its B2B Exhibition on Thursday 25th June.

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Golden grids for electron microscopy licensed by Quantifoil

Golden grids for electron microscopy licensed by Quantifoil

New specimen support grids for electron microscopy, made of pure gold and designed by Lori Passmore and Chris Russo from the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology's (LMB’s) Structural Studies Division, have been licensed for production by Quantifoil Micro Tools GmbH (Quantifoil).

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Salimetrics Laboratory

Methodological considerations for hair cortisol measurements in children

Hair cortisol levels are used increasingly as a measure for chronic stress in young children. Modifications to the current methods used for hair cortisol analysis are proposed to more accurately determine reference ranges for hair cortisol across different populations and age groups. Salimetrics offers hair cortisol testing at its laboratory based at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge

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IET aims to 'Engineer a better world'

IET aims to 'Engineer a better world'

The variety of exciting, creative and stimulating careers in modern engineering is vast. And yet demand for engineers far exceeds supply – and only six percent of engineers in the UK today are women. That is why the IET has launched the 'Engineer a Better World' campaign.

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Bromium selected as 'Best Advanced Persistent Threat Protection' finalist for SC Awards 2015

Bromium©, Inc., the pioneer and leader in transforming endpoint security using micro-virtualisation, today announced it has been named a finalist in the SC Awards 2015 Europe for outstanding threat solution products and services in information security.

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Woodfines Transport Conference 2015, IWM Duxford

Woodfines Transport Conference 2015, IWM Duxford

Woodfines invites you to its Transport Conference on 21st May 2015, which takes place once again at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford.

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wireless load monitoring

Entertainment technology exhibition to feature the BroadWeigh wireless load monitoring system

The BroadWeigh wireless load monitoring technology for stage and live performance technicians is to be exhibited at the Prolight + Sound conference in Frankfurt 15th-18th April 2015.

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Skills solutions on offer for science industry employers

Skills solutions on offer for science industry employers

Next month (15 April 2015), Cogent, in collaboration with Medimmune are hosting a free networking event at Cambridge University’s biomedical campus for key employers and stakeholders working in the science sector.

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Bidwells secures new key appointment

Bidwells continues to expand and enhance its services across the firm – with another key appointment to its Commercial Building Surveying Team.

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Hoare Lea Lighting wins Heritage Lighting Project of the Year for Trinity Hall work

Hoare Lea Lighting wins Heritage Lighting Project of the Year for Trinity Hall work

Trinity Hall is thrilled to announce that the state-of-the-art project by Hoare Lea Lighting to re-design and implement the new lighting scheme for its medieval dining hall has won ‘Heritage Lighting Project of the Year’ at the 2015 Lighting Design Awards.

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Infrared emitters save energy in powder coating of alloy wheels

Heraeus Noblelight will be showing infrared emitters and systems, optimized to specific applications, on stand B08, Hall 3, in the Praxis Park section of the Hanover Show, which takes place from 13th to 17th April.

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Ultrasound ‘like an extra hand’ for sport and exercise medicine

Advances in ultrasound technologies for musculoskeletal imaging have made point-of-care ultrasound systems a common sight in sport and exercise medicine (SEM) practices across the UK, and this rise in popularity has led the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine to issue new guidelines for ultrasound use.

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