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'Tip Top Stomerij en Wasserette' Linnaeusstraat Amsterdam

Wash cycle: making organs fit for transplantation

There’s a nationwide shortage of suitable organs for transplanting – but what if some of those organs deemed ‘unsuitable’ could be rejuvenated? Researchers at Addenbrooke’s Hospital have managed just that – and last year gave two patients an unexpected Christmas present.

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Latest RICS Commercial Property Market Survey – sentiment dampened by Brexit vote

The latest RICS Commercial Property Market Survey, released on 20th July, has found that investment demand has fallen sharply across the country, with London seeing the most pronounced decline. Despite this, premium industrial and warehouse space across the Cambridge region remains strong, reports Cheffins.

28/07/2016Read in full

Campaign to conserve the Handley Page Victor XH648

IWM Duxford launches funding campaign as conservation work starts on rare Handley Page Victor

Imperial War Museums has launched a Just Giving campaign to conserve the Handley Page Victor XH648, the only aircraft of its type in the world.

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Latest GDP figures show a resilient economy, says KPMG

Yael Selfin, KPMG's Head of Macroeconomics, comments on GDP figures released yesterday (Weds) which show 0.6% growth in Q2 2016.

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Air Liquide operates the first pure helium storage facility

World premiere: Air Liquide operates the first pure helium storage facility

Air Liquide has just commissioned a large helium storage facility in Gronau-Epe in the North Rhine-Westphalia region, 120 km from Düsseldorf, Germany.

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Is it the beginning of the end for technology companies in Silicon Fen?

Is it the beginning of the end for technology companies in Silicon Fen?

Danni Amos, Senior Account Executive at KISS, shares her views on the recent sale of ARM Holdings.

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New opportunities to tender for Innovation Lab equipment in Peterborough

Allia is inviting suppliers of laser cutting, 3D printing, IT and/or media equipment to identify, supply and fit a range of items items for the new Serious Impact Innovation Lab facility at the Allia Future Business Centre Peterborough.

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SyndicateRoom is finalist for Amazon Digital Business of the Year Award

Cambridge-based crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom has been named as a finalist in the 2016 Lloyds Bank National Business Awards.

27/07/2016Read in full

Nomination shows Anglia Ruskin means business

Anglia Ruskin University has been nominated for a prestigious national award for its entrepreneurial approach.

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Cambridge arts organisations ready to Evolve with Catalyst funding from Arts Council England

Cambridge Junction and Wysing Arts Centre are among 140 organisations across England to receive funding to support more successful and sustainable fundraising activities.

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Divya and Jo, Corporate Fundraisers

Businesses across Cambridgeshire challenged to support disability charity

Companies across Cambridgeshire are invited to engage in a spot of friendly rivalry to support the work of a leading disability charity. Papworth Trust has launched its annual Accumulator Challenge fundraiser – an event that has so far raised £25,000 to support disabled and older people in the county.

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Changes in brain structure during teenage years provide clues to mental health problems

Scientists have mapped the structural changes that occur in teenagers’ brains as they develop, showing how these changes may help explain why the first signs of mental health problems often arise during late adolescence.

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How can a high performance culture help increase business agility?

A high performance culture is a key indicator of a Best Employer and of an organisation which is more likely to remain agile through times of business challenges and change. Because organisations with a high performance culture are more likely to have inspired loyalty and to have created high levels of employee engagement, staff will be more motivated to go the extra mile.

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Beating the Brexit Blues: four ways to Brexit-proof your technology business

John Moore from Kingly Brookes considers some basics for technology businesses to think about in these early days of uncertainty.

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Stocks in Focus: Greene King

This week Oliver Phillips of NW Brown looks at Greene King following the preliminary full year results announced at the end of June.

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Rowing to business success

Rowing to business success

With the summer Olympics soon to begin in Brazil, what can business learn from world-class athletes?

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‘Why criminalising doping would be a crime’

A free conference featuring some of the UK’s leading sports law experts will take place at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge on Friday, 16 September.

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Study shows pricing and licensing trends are transforming the enterprise software market

The enterprise software marketplace is undergoing a massive transformation as the pricing and licensing models dictating how software is bought and sold evolve.

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The past, present and future of smart factories

Technavio published a report detailing the top three emerging trends impacting the Global RTLS Market for industrial applications to 2020, and found that Ubisense is behind smart factories for many of the globe's leading manufacturers.

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Scientists at the University of Sussex

Scientists to develop precision medicines which exploit DNA damage as treatments for cancer

Scientists at the University of Sussex are to create a portfolio of new cancer drugs which exploit our DNA damage response (DDR) system in order to kill cancer cells - in a bid to revolutionise treatment for the disease.

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