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Cambridge is one of five key partners in new national Alan Turing Institute

The University of Cambridge is to be one of the five universities that will lead the new Alan Turing Institute, announced the Rt Hon Dr Vince Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills yesterday (Weds).

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Eileen Cooper RA, Dwelling, 2009, oil on canvas

Previously un-exhibited art by Royal Academicians on display at Wolfson College

Twenty-eight exceptional works by 15 Royal Academicians will be on display at Wolfson College, Cambridge, throughout 2015 as part of a programme of celebrations to mark Wolfson’s 50th anniversary.

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Huppert gains fracking ban on Britain’s most protected land

Cambridge MP Julian Huppert has won an outright ban on fracking in some of Britain’s most protected countryside.

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Dr Mariana Lopez,

New research project makes sound sense

An alternative to traditional audio description, which is added to TV and film for visually impaired audiences, is being developed by an audio expert at Anglia Ruskin University.

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Citystay's Wider Vision

A wider vision - Malawi update from Citystay

Citystay provides an update on its work with the Lifeline Fund in Malawi.

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A Book on Reliable Embedded System Development

New book explains how to develop reliable embedded systems

SafeTTy Systems will provide free copies of a popular new book on reliable embedded systems at their workshop at the UK Device Developers' Conference.

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PPD expands clinical supplies facility in Athlone, Ireland

Pharmaceutical Product Development, LLC (PPD) has completed an expansion of its clinical supplies facility in Athlone, Ireland, that will enable the company to double its packaging warehousing capabilities and quadruple its distribution services. The additional space also enables the company to enhance support of clients’ clinical trials.

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The absence of light plays a central role in e-Luminate Cambridge Festival event

Following the great success of last year’s event, the Dark Concert is set to return to Cambridge as part of e-Luminate’s closing ceremony.

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Breathing Buildings sponsors Cambridge Engineers!

Breathing Buildings sponsored the prizes at an Engineers' evening at Girton College on Friday 16 January. The engineering students got together to learn about some of the exciting and challenging fourth year undergraduates research projects being undertaken

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CUH in the top 15 for low mortality rates

CUH is one of only 15 NHS Trusts in England which has lower than average death rates, according to an independent body.

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Cresset publishes January newsletter

Cresset, innovative provider of computational chemistry software and services, has published its latest newsletter.

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Birketts sponsors Edouard Manet exhibition in Norwich

Birketts sponsors Edouard Manet exhibition in Norwich

Birketts is delighted to be the principal sponsor of Homage to Manet in association with the East Anglia Art Fund and Arts Council England.

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Saliva Testing Lab

Researching hormones and behaviour? Come to a Salimetrics Spit Camp in Cambridge

Learn "All about Saliva" on one of the training days at the Salimetrics Saliva Laboratory, based at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge.

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Domino announces presence at Label&Print '15

Domino announces presence at Label&Print '15

Domino has confirmed its plans to attend Label&Print ’15 (NEC Birmingham, 25–26 February), the UK’s largest print for packaging exhibition.

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1Spatial takes FME World Tour to Perth and Sydney in April/May

1Spatial, the spatial big data company, will take the Australian leg of the FME World Tour to Perth, Western Australia in addition to Sydney in April/May this year, with new cloud-based data transformation and application integration capabilities on show.

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'H is for Hawk' by Helen Macdonald is Costa Book of the Year

H is for Hawk by Cambridge academic Helen Macdonald has beaten bookies’ favourite, How to be both by Ali Smith, to win the title of 2014 Costa Book of the Year. H is for Hawk, part memoir and part nature book, is the author’s personal account of training a goshawk as a way of dealing with grief following her father’s death.

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Lumie Clear light therapy for teenage acne

Tackling teenage acne with light therapy

Eight in 10 teenagers get some form of acne and the lasting impact on self-esteem is not to be underestimated, as it can cause permanent scarring. Many of the prescription treatments, which include antibiotics and the contraceptive pill, can also have side-effects. A safe, clinically proven alternative to medication is blue and red light therapy and Lumie Clear is the first to combine these elements in a handheld home-use device.

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Twilight at the Museums

Destination exploration: Twilight at the Museums 2015

Museums and collections across Cambridge are opening their doors after dark on Wednesday February 18 (4.30pm-8.30pm) for an evening of nocturnal fun and adventure. Thirteen venues are taking part with free drop-in and bookable events.

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Rapidox Gas Analyser Applications

Rapidox gas analysers designed for a variety of applications

Cambridge Sensotec has manufactured the Rapidox range of gas analysers for over 15 years. During this time, the instruments have been used in a wide range of industries for an array of applications.

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Shared, collaborative workspaces and the challenges of mobile, hand-held technologies

Shared, collaborative workspaces and the challenges of mobile, hand-held technologies

Mobile technology is revolutionising the way we do business, but what is the impact on our working environment and employees, and how do we manage these changes?

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