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SyndicateRoom calls on investors to help curb gun crime

Angel equity company SyndicateRoom is inviting investors to back powerful new weapons screening technology that can detect if someone is concealing a gun, knife, bomb or improvised explosive device – including 3D printed guns – from a safe distance.

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Cambridge Index declines 3.1%

The Cambridge Index retreated 3.1% or 566.1 points to 17,743.2, as eight of the top ten index heavyweights’ share prices fell.

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How much do you understand about digital marketing communications?

How much do you understand about digital marketing communications?

Why is it that many senior marketers both in the b2b and b2c sectors don’t feel able to ask their digital agencies simple, basic questions about subjects such as digital-specific marketing strategy, how analytics are actually derived or just what is PPC?

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St John's Innovation Centre collaborates with Enterprise Europe Network on Social Media event

St John's Innovation Centre collaborates with Enterprise Europe Network on Social Media event

St John's Innovation Centre, the leading incubator in Europe, is set to deliver 'Espresso Sho(r)t Business Insights: Social Media – Marketing Without Frontiers' on Wednesday 22 July, in collaboration with Enterprise Europe Network.

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Celebrating Cambridge: a small city with big ideas

For the eighth year running, members of the public will be offered rare access into parts of Cambridge they may never have seen before during the city’s three-day cultural and heritage celebration, Open Cambridge, which takes place on 11-13 September.

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Travel for Cambridgeshire helps Sepura promote car sharing to work

Travel for Cambridgeshire (TfC) member employer Sepura, a leading global provider of critical communications solutions, is currently based in Cambridge, but in December are relocating to Cambridge Research Park along the A10 to Ely. TfC have been helping their staff look at new commuting options....

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Will usability drive the adoption of computer assisted surgery devices?

Usability for medical devices is moving to the forefront of many manufacturers’ design approaches, as it has changed from being viewed as just another ’regulatory hurdle’ to an integral process implemented throughout development. It can often take time, however, for such shifts to propagate backwards to academia and be adopted and supported across the board.

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Your Will – do it right

It is important to speak to a solicitor when making your Will, and not to risk reliance on “service providers", says Hewitsons.

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Five Factors to Consider When Choosing Your Next Flexible Workin

Five factors to consider when choosing your next flexible working job

The workplace in its many forms is constantly in flux and more frequently we’re seeing that employers are harnessing the benefits of flexible working in all of its glory. Slowly but surely the need to trudge into an office every day is dwindling, as technology drives forward a tidal change in working practices.

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BBC Countryfile Magazine outdoor routes now on ViewRanger

BBC 'Countryfile' Magazine maps Great Days Out with ViewRanger

ViewRanger is helping BBC Countryfile Magazine to bring its popular Great Days Out feature to smartphones, tablets, and watches. Digital route guides, for the routes included in the Great Days Out section within the magazine each month, are being published through the ViewRanger app to coincide with each printed magazine’s publication.

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A guide to equity funding - Syndicate Rooms

Onespacemedia creates digital equity crowdfunding guide for Cambridge fintech startup

Financial technology powerhouse Syndicate Room is bringing new investment opportunities to the masses through its unique equity crowdfunding service. The Cambridge start-up has already established itself as a major player in the fintech revolution by raising over £25 million through its unique angel-backed investor model.

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Melatonin

Researching sleep, chronobiology? Look at the Salimetrics salivary melatonin ELISA kit

The Salimetrics™ Salivary Melatonin Assay Kit is a competitive immunoassay specifically designed and validated for the quantitative determination of melatonin in saliva for research or circadian/biorhythm assessment. The Salimetrics propriety ELISA format allows melatonin assay results in four hours or less with a single sample and one wash step.

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Deloitte preview of Summer Budget 2015

Ahead of the Summer Budget on Wednesday (8th July), Ian Stewart, Deloitte’s chief economist, Mike Turley, head of public sector, and Lizzie Hill, tax partner at Deloitte in Cambridge, consider the economic outlook, the state of public finances and potential tax announcements.

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New fiscal rules could pose a risk to UK’s economic growth, warns EY ITEM Club

The Chancellor’s new fiscal rule, expected to be announced alongside the Summer Budget, could intensify the fiscal squeeze and hit economic growth, warns the EY ITEM Club in its special report released today (Monday).

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Dr Jane Osbourn

Dr Jane Osbourn joins Babraham Bioscience Technologies as new Non-Executive Director

Babraham Bioscience Technologies Ltd (BBT), which develops and manages the Babraham Research Campus, announced today that Dr Jane Osbourn, VP R&D and Site Leader of MedImmune in Cambridge, has joined the board as a non-executive director.

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Neil Darwin, GCGP LEP signs new deal with Christoph Wiesner, TWI

LEP deal launches plans for a new large-scale test facility at TWI

Plans to expand TWI capabilities in large-scale engineering testing were boosted this week when the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) awarded the organisation £1.75 million from the Government’s Growth Deal to develop new capabilities at its laboratories at Granta Park, Cambridge.

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GCGP generates more for UK Government than Manchester: Centre for Cities

GCGP generates more for UK Government than Manchester: Centre for Cities

Urban policy research unit, Centre for Cities, has issued a new report entitled ‘Mapping Britain’s public finances’ which looks at where taxes are raised and public money is spent in local authorities across the country.

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Andrea Haworth, Head of Clinical Services at Congenica,

Congenica's Andrea Haworth selected as NHS Innovation Accelerator fellow

Andrea Haworth, Head of Clinical Services at Congenica, has been selected as one of 17 new fellows by the recently established NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) to assist with the faster and more effective adoption of proven innovations within the NHS.

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Maria Kiourlappou holding a piece of SmB6

To conduct, or to insulate? That is the question

Researchers have identified a material that behaves as a conductor and an insulator at the same time, challenging current understanding of how materials behave, and pointing to a new type of insulating state.

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Former intern secures permanent job with Conference Cambridge

Former intern secures permanent job with Conference Cambridge

A previous Summer intern studying event management and looking for hands-on experience has secured a permanent role to help progress her career in destination marketing.

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