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Printing unchained from PC: CSR DirectOffice deployed on HP laserjet printers

CSR's DirectOffice enables high-fidelity printing of Microsoft Office documents directly from USB drives, mobile devices and the cloud.

28/04/2015Read in full

Adder Technology scoops two awards at NAB 2015

Adder Technology, the high performance KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) specialist, announced it received two prestigious awards at the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) 2015 show in Las Vegas.

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Cambridge Index advances 2.6%

The Cambridge Index climbed 2.6% or 478.5 points to 18,968.5, as six of the top ten index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.

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Cambridge BID announces fund for creative projects

Cambridge BID announces fund for creative projects

Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID) is inviting organisations across Cambridge to apply for a share of £10,000 of funding towards a creative or engaging project that will help promote the city centre or support city centre businesses, between now and April 2016.

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Founder views: Paul Larbey, CEO, Velocix; President, Video Business unit, Alcatel-Lucent

Did you know that the round-the-clock nerve centre for some of the world’s largest cable TV operators is located here? That’s just one reason why Paul Larbey, CEO at Velocix and President of the Video Business unit, Alcatel-Lucent, thinks Cambridge is amazing. In the latest of Cambridge Network's interviews with Founder members, he says we should be shouting about it.

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Onespacemedia joins panel for 'Guardian' branding masterclass

Onespacemedia joins panel for 'Guardian' branding masterclass

Onespacemedia MD James Cotton is set to take part in The Guardian’s upcoming live small business masterclass - one of a small number of experts on-hand to provide advice on brand and digital strategy.

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Somersault named as top UK video production agency

Somersault named as top UK video production agency

At the 2015 Recommended Agency Awards last week, Somersault happily brought home the award for the TV/video/audio production category. The awards recognise some of the top marketing agencies in the country across a variety of disciplines. The winners are chosen based on how their clients have rated their performance over the past year.

27/04/2015Read in full

Raising money, awareness and morale: CSR for SMEs

Raising money, awareness and morale: CSR for SMEs

Entering into corporate social responsibility (CSR) isn't actually as complex as a lot of SMEs view it to be, says Prospect Research...

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Dawn simulators are a useful tool in the treatment of SAD, reports Lumie

Dawn simulators have a valuable role to play in the treatment of seasonal affective disorder (SAD), according to the latest research led by medical researcher Dr Konstantin Danilenko in collaboration with Lumie, the Cambridge-based light therapy specialist. The research is published by the Journal of Affective Disorders.

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WaveFX films Scottish science and Bristol worms

WaveFX films Scottish science and Bristol worms

Last weekend local video company WaveFX travelled over 2000 miles across the UK, filming at the Edinburgh Science Festival and the University of Bristol Life Science Labs.

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Nepal Earthquake 2015 aftermath Credit: Krish Dulal

Nepal shows its vulnerability after devastating earthquake

Following the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal this weekend, Simon Redfern, Professor in Earth Sciences at the University of Cambridge, explains in The Conversation how a combination of factors has come together with fatal consequences.

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Adult Volvox spheroid containing multiple embryos

Upside down and inside out

Researchers have captured the first 3D video of a living algal embryo turning itself inside out, from a sphere to a mushroom shape and back again. The results could help unravel the mechanical processes at work during a similar process in animals, which has been called the “most important time in your life."

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Embedded Systems Conference

The Raspberry Pi – hero or zero? (an industry perspective)

In the run up to The UK Device Developers' Conference, a conference for professional embedded systems engineers and realtime software developers, this article takes a look at the Raspberry Pi from an industry perspective.

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First call for proposals: Interreg North-West Europe Programme 2014-2020

The first call under the new Interreg North-West Europe Programme has been launched, with a deadline for concept notes of 18th May 2015.

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Apprenticeships: the new deal

Further changes to the structure of apprenticeships which officially launch at the end of May should make them more attractive to employers.

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Single cells seen in unprecedented detail

Single cells seen in unprecedented detail

Researchers have developed a large-scale sequencing technique called Genome and Transcriptome Sequencing (G&T-seq) that reveals, simultaneously, the unique genome sequence of a single cell and the activity of genes within that single cell.

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Tame your computer - nifty numbering

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she describes how to change the starting page number in the header or footer (Microsoft Excel*)...

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Learn how to present yourself

Whether you're a seasoned presenter wanting to brush up your skills, or a complete novice with no experience of presenting, Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration has a course next month to help you be the best that you can be.

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£80 million terminal transformation at Stansted: phase 2 complete

£80 million terminal transformation at Stansted: phase 2 complete

Phase two of Stansted Airport’s £80m investment to transform the terminal building and improve services and facilities for passengers was officially opened today by MAG Chief Executive, Charlie Cornish.

27/04/2015Read in full

Ignite 2015: fast-tracking innovation to commercial reality

Are you an ambitious researcher, engineer or scientist looking to transform an innovation and prepare it for commercial reality? Are you looking to invigorate innovation within your company, build skills and strengths in the R&D teams, maximise the potential of new ideas and revitalise business in these tough economic times?

27/04/2015Read in full

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