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Fewer than expected businesses race to beat general election with a moderate flurry of IPOs

Most market speculation about Q1 was at the bullish end of the spectrum, although some commentators were predicting that the London IPO market was set to enter the slow lane. The reality has been that the first quarter of this year has been good but not stellar, with fewer than expected businesses keen to get their floats away before the general election in May, according to EY’s latest IPO Eye.

30/03/2015Read in full

Bromium selected as 'Best Advanced Persistent Threat Protection' finalist for SC Awards 2015

Bromium©, Inc., the pioneer and leader in transforming endpoint security using micro-virtualisation, today announced it has been named a finalist in the SC Awards 2015 Europe for outstanding threat solution products and services in information security.

30/03/2015Read in full

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Entertainment technology exhibition to feature the BroadWeigh wireless load monitoring system

The BroadWeigh wireless load monitoring technology for stage and live performance technicians is to be exhibited at the Prolight + Sound conference in Frankfurt 15th-18th April 2015.

30/03/2015Read in full

Skills solutions on offer for science industry employers

Skills solutions on offer for science industry employers

Next month (15 April 2015), Cogent, in collaboration with Medimmune are hosting a free networking event at Cambridge University’s biomedical campus for key employers and stakeholders working in the science sector.

30/03/2015Read in full

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Bidwells secures new key appointment

Bidwells continues to expand and enhance its services across the firm – with another key appointment to its Commercial Building Surveying Team.

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Hoare Lea Lighting wins Heritage Lighting Project of the Year for Trinity Hall work

Hoare Lea Lighting wins Heritage Lighting Project of the Year for Trinity Hall work

Trinity Hall is thrilled to announce that the state-of-the-art project by Hoare Lea Lighting to re-design and implement the new lighting scheme for its medieval dining hall has won ‘Heritage Lighting Project of the Year’ at the 2015 Lighting Design Awards.

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Infrared emitters save energy in powder coating of alloy wheels

Heraeus Noblelight will be showing infrared emitters and systems, optimized to specific applications, on stand B08, Hall 3, in the Praxis Park section of the Hanover Show, which takes place from 13th to 17th April.

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Ultrasound ‘like an extra hand’ for sport and exercise medicine

Advances in ultrasound technologies for musculoskeletal imaging have made point-of-care ultrasound systems a common sight in sport and exercise medicine (SEM) practices across the UK, and this rise in popularity has led the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine to issue new guidelines for ultrasound use.

30/03/2015Read in full

15th Annual Campod Golf Challenge

Join Campod (Cambridge Fund for the Prevention of Disease) for 18 holes on the Ely City Golf course, Cambridge, on 14th July 2015 to raise money to purchase vital equipment for use in medical research.

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Schlumberger introduces coiled tubing real-time selective perforating and activation system

Schlumberger's ACTive OptiFIRE system enables selective perforating at different depths in a single run, saving time and operational costs.

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Don’t delay: procrastination and effective leadership don’t mix, argues David De Cremer

People are advised since childhood not to put off until tomorrow what they can do today, but in fact human nature often produces procrastination. And that undermines effective leadership, argues David De Cremer, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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30 Bird and public works to be LMB Artists-in-Residence

30 Bird and public works to be LMB Artists-in-Residence

The MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB) has appointed 30 Bird and public works as Artists-in-Residence, starting in April 2015.

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The Humanitarian Centre invites you to its free 'Right to be Seen' photography exhibition

The Humanitarian Centre invites you to its free 'Right to be Seen' photography exhibition

The Humanitarian Centre is collaborating with Cambridge International Arts to curate an impressive and exciting mosaic of photos from anyone willing to donate photographs they may have taken through work or travel depicting a human rights theme, thereby being in line with its 'Empowered Voices Year'.

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Santander named Best Current Account Provider at Business Moneyfacts Awards 2015

Santander wins four awards: ‘Business Bank of the Year’ ‘Best Business Current Account Provider’, ‘Best International Solutions Provider’, and ‘Innovation in the SME Finance Sector’.

27/03/2015Read in full

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Cambridge Science Centre is choc full of science

This Easter the Cambridge Science Centre will be exploring the science of chocolate and what makes your favourite bar (and egg) taste so good!

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Schemes promote healthier eating across the city

Awareness and availability of healthier eating options are set to be promoted in the city under two schemes being proposed by Cambridge City Council.

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Hands-on activities by LMB scientists at the Cambridge Science Festival

Hands-on activities by LMB scientists at the Cambridge Science Festival

The opening weekend of the 2015 Cambridge Science Festival was a huge success, with thousands of visitors attending events on the 14 and 15 March. The MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB) scientists designed and ran two of the activities, ‘See your Cells’ at the Corn Exchange and ‘Crystal Clear’ at the Chemistry Department.

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Personal qualities more important than gender in support services for vulnerable young men

Commitment, consistency and the ability to form relationships of mutual care and respect are of greater importance than gender in recruiting staff to services that support vulnerable young men, researchers from The Open University have concluded.

27/03/2015Read in full

Deciwatt named 2015 Shell Springboard national winner

Deciwatt named 2015 Shell Springboard national winner

Deciwatt has been named 2015 Shell Springboard national winner and awarded £150,000 for its low-carbon innovation, GravityLight.

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See the light with Tecan’s Infinite® M200 PRO

Tecan’s Infinite® M200 PRO reader has helped Californian company Sevident to establish rapid, sensitive immunofluorescence and colorimetric assays based on its proprietary NETs technology.

27/03/2015Read in full

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