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IET Awards

Aveillant wins Navigation & Surveillance Comms category at this year’s IET Awards

Aveillant’s leadership has been recognised in the international field of Navigation and Surveillance by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).

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One in four Organisations have Increased their Workforce in the

One in four organisations have increased their workforce in the past year

An industry survey has revealed that 37% of UK organisations are already reporting they have reached capacity and can no longer take on work without increasing their workforce.

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Audio Analytic's Andrea Cantone and Chris Mitchell

Audio Analytic wins prestigious IET Innovation Award for Consumer Electronics

Cambridge company Audio Analytic has been recognised for its unique sound sensing technology.

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Alberto Martinez appointed as new Managing Director of Napp Pharmaceuticals Limited

Alberto Martinez has joined Napp Pharmaceuticals Limited as its new Managing Director, taking over the role from Dietmar Leitner.

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Dr Matt Bristow

Salimetrics Cambridge saliva testing laboratory celebrates record year of growth

Salimetrics says: "It takes time and dedication to build a reputation for excellence with any new technology, time to explain the minimally invasive benefits of Saliva versus Serum, time to demonstrate that perhaps we are just as competitive on price as other low cost laboratories and time to build the best available laboratory infrastructure across the globe."

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Riverlite sponsors F1 team

Small business sponsors F1 team as Caterham gives opportunity to fans

Riverlite, an up and coming IT Cloud Computing business based in Cambridgeshire, jumps at the opportunity to sponsor Caterham Formula 1 Team at this weekend’s final showdown in Abu Dhabi in front of an expected TV audience of 500m people.

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CEO Steve Greaves collecting IET Innovation Award 2014

Small cell backhaul pioneer CCS triumphs at IET Innovation Awards 2014

CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems Limited), creator of the world’s first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system for mobile networks, today announces that it has won a coveted IET Innovation Award.

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A14

A14 major resurfacing work continues

The main work of a £3m project to resurface the A14 in Cambridgeshire will start this Sunday night (23 November).

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Action for Children fundraisers

Sleeping rough for Byte Night raises £6,000 for Action for Children

A team from Microsoft Research in Cambridge joined 125 other tech and business workers to sleep rough on October 3 for Byte Night Cambridge and raised £6,140 for Action for Children’s homelessness prevention services.

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Manoto1 Tech Show featuring Dragonmobility

Dragonmobility features on the Tech Show - on Iranian TV

Dragonmobility, the Cambridge-based designer and manufacturer of innovative powerchairs for disabled but active users has again been featured on the TV - this time by the Iranian TV station Manoto 1 on their latest Tech Show.

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Review explores potential benefits of computer brain training in older people

A review of existing evidence suggests that computer ‘brain training’ programmes may have some small benefits for older people, but that more evidence is required to know how long these benefits might last. The study, which pulls together data from 51 separate trials, was published this week in the journal PLOS Medicine.

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(L) a handful of Holopedium (R) up close

Calcium loss is turning lakes to ‘jelly’

Declining calcium levels in some North American lakes are causing major depletions of dominant plankton species, enabling the rapid rise of their ecological competitor: a small jelly-clad invertebrate. Scientists say increasing ‘jellification’ will damage fish stocks and filtration systems that allow lakes to supply drinking water, and that lakes may have been pushed into “an entirely new ecological state”.

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Café Wall Illusion, Tony Kerr on Flickr

Lifelong learning and the plastic brain

Our brains are plastic. They continually remould neural connections as we learn, experience and adapt. Now researchers are asking if new understanding of these processes can help us train our brains.

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 genotyping by sequencing  workshop at TGAC

TGAC workshop introduces genotyping by sequencing

In collaboration with RGB-Net, a European-funded COST action on rabbit genome biology, The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) ran a four-day workshop aimed at introducing early stage scientists to genotyping by sequencing (GBS) and equipping them with the skills required to effectively utilise GBS in their future research.

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Ubisense enhances Smart Factory for improved manufacturing efficiency

Ubisense Group plc, a leader in real-time location intelligence systems, adds powerful new capabilities to further enhance Ubisense Smart Factory, an industry-leading solution that enables vehicle and industrial manufacturers to gain the operational control required to accomplish the demanding assembly processes they are facing today and will face in the future.

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OU supports Lunar Mission One – the world’s first crowd-funded mission to the Moon

The Open University (OU) is one of a number of organisations supporting Lunar Mission One – a crowd-funded project to fund a lunar mission that will deliver new insights into the origins of the Moon and the Earth.

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‘Over-searching’ online can be detrimental

‘Over-searching’ online can be detrimental

From hiring to holidays, ‘group’ searches can cause heartbreak if not managed properly.

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Businesses to go behind the scenes at Borderville

Borderville Sports Centre will open its doors for a special event to bring the local business community together next week. The special behind-the-scenes tour is being hosted by New College Stamford in partnership with Stamford Chamber of Commerce.

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Eurotech named Red Hat ISV Advanced Partner

Eurotech, a leading supplier of embedded technologies, products and systems, and a leading global player in the M2M/IoT marketplace, has joined the Red Hat Partner Program, becoming a Red Hat ISV Advanced Partner.

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Cambridge Judge MBA ranked sixth among non-US schools by Bloomberg Businessweek

The MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School has been ranked sixth among schools outside the United States in the 2014 rankings by Bloomberg Businessweek magazine, which ranked 85 US and 27 non-US schools.

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