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How music therapy can tackle dementia crisis

The first international conference to be held in the UK examining how music therapy can help people with dementia is taking place at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge this weekend (4-6 September).

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Taylor Wessing enters Netherlands

Taylor Wessing enters Netherlands with leading Dutch firm Deterink

Taylor Wessing has announced a merger with leading Dutch firm Deterink that sees it gain two new offices in Amsterdam and Eindhoven, covering the main financial and tech hubs of the Netherlands.

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First online sales degree is backed by institute

A new Sales degree by Anglia Ruskin University will become the first of its kind in the UK that can be achieved entirely online.

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Event focuses on business opportunities for quantum technologies

If your business or core interest involves quantum physics and its potential to change the world, don't miss a special Cambridge Network event coming up on Thursday September 24th, when you can learn about the National Quantum Technology Hubs and how you can take advantage of the opportunities for funding allocated to support business collaboration.

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AstraZeneca and Valeant Pharmaceuticals to partner on psoriasis treatment

AstraZeneca announced that it has entered into a collaboration agreement with Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. under which it will grant an exclusive licence for Valeant to develop and commercialise brodalumab.

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An experiment in the quantum optics laboratory, Cambridge.

Scientists 'squeeze' light, one particle at a time

A team of scientists have measured a bizarre effect in quantum physics, in which individual particles of light are said to have been “squeezed” – an achievement which at least one textbook had written off as hopeless.

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BioJS community

New software library changes the biological data visualisation world

Scientists at The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), alongside European partners, have created a cutting-edge, open source community for the life sciences. BioJavaScript (BioJS) is a free, accessible software library that develops visualisation tools for different types of biological data.

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A winning award from Glass Solutions

Glass Solutions has collaborated with production company Atom Ltd to manufacture a unique high quality glass trophy for a large multinational company.

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RedRat develops new suite of RF and Bluetooth based devices for testing TV Set top Boxes

RedRat devices simplify the automation of routine soak testing and stress testing processes of set-top boxes and TVs.

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Zapp agrees five year contract with Featurespace for adaptive behavioural fraud detection

Zapp today announces a five-year agreement with Featurespace to provide real-time fraud protection for its mobile payment customers. Zapp will deploy a fraud monitoring and alerting system based on Featurespace’s ARIC adaptive behavioural analytics engine to protect its users against fraud in real time.

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MCVD,CVD and ALD precursors UK

MOCVD, CVD and ALD precursors now available from Strem UK

Strem Inc in the US has more than 50 years of experience in the manufacture of inorganic and organometallic chemicals. This has allowed Strem Chemicals in the UK to expand its product offering of MOCVD, CVD, and ALD precursors.

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Offering a ‘Returnship’ Programme

How ‘returnships’ can help address skills shortages

Returnships, established in the US, are now gathering pace in the UK. Pioneered and subsequently trademarked by Goldman Sachs in 2008, returnships have proved to be an incredibly successful bridge, allowing talented professionals to return to work after an extended career break.

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CCVS appoints a new CEO after a successful campaign managed by Whitehill Pelham

CCVS appoints a new CEO after a successful campaign managed by Whitehill Pelham

Whitehill Pelham are pleased to have successfully completed a search for a Chief Executive Officer for Cambridge Council for Voluntary Service (CCVS). Brad Stombock was appointed to the role in July 2015.

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Bang & Olufsen Medicom stays the same...but with a new name

Bang & Olufsen Medicom changes its name to Medicom Innovation Partner.

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Chariots of Fire Race: Prospecting for gold

Chariots of Fire Race: Prospecting for gold

Every year, Prospect Research raises money for EACH, a local charity that supports children with life-threatening conditions. So far the company has raised £12,000 for the charity and by racing Chariots of Fire hope to add to this value.

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Carolyn Fairbairn on leadership

Carolyn Fairbairn talks about leadership

Carolyn Fairbairn, non-executive director of the Competition and Markets Authority, Lloyds Banking Group, the Vitec Group, Capita, the UK Statistics Authority and a Trustee of Marie Curie Cancer Care. From Downing Street to the Lloyds Banking Group, via the BBC, ITV and McKinsey to name a few, Carolyn Fairbairn knows that there’s no “one size fits all” approach to leadership.

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violinist Joshua Bell

Cambridge Music Festival attracts international artists – tickets now on sale

The full programme for Cambridge Music Festival (CMF) is announced today and tickets are now on sale. Artists from the USA, Hungary and Italy feature alongside the UK’s best classical talent in a series of world-class events from Monday 9 – Thursday 19 November.

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Synoptics celebrates 30 years of successful international operation

Synoptics, a world leader in the development and manufacture of innovative digital imaging systems for life science and clinical applications, is pleased to announce it is celebrating 30 years of being in business, with many of its product brands now recognised as global leading technologies.

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Cambridge Index rises 4.2%

The Cambridge Index rallied 4.2% or 686.9 points to settle at 16,873.7, as nine of the top ten index heavyweights ended in the green.

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Plane taking off

Cambridge Consultants helps create the wow factor

A radical new radio design gives Northrop Grumman competitive edge in a technically demanding market.

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