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Robert Allen of Greenvale AP

Making 'Big Data' small and meaningful for agri-businesses

Agriculture is one of the most data-rich industries and being able to act effectively on timely information can make a significant impact on productivity. The aim of Agri-Tech East’s ‘Big Data’ Special Interest Group is to help the industry improve the management and interpretation of agri-data for commercial benefit and its launch event is on April 29th at the headquarters of Plextek.

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Bus driver instantly dismissed for failing a random drugs test wins £85,000 compensation

Bus driver instantly dismissed for failing a random drugs test wins £85,000 compensation

Alan Bailes had been employed by First Bristol Limited as a bus driver for 22 years. As with many other employers in the Transport sector, First Bristol carries out random drug and alcohol testing of its employees.

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Over 120 exhibitors and hundreds of visitors attend Huntingdonshire Business Exhibition

Hundreds of businesses from across Cambridgeshire were brought together to build connections at the Huntingdonshire Business Exhibition yesterday.

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GTC SKY Bellway Homes

GTC and Sky partner to service new homes in Reading

A partnership between GTC and Sky, collectively offering a unique package of superfast fibre broadband (GTC) and premium TV services (Sky), is due to service homes at a popular new Bellway Homes development in Reading, it was announced today.

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East Anglian Air Ambulance flies to new heights with the launch of its new helicopter

East Anglian Air Ambulance flies to new heights with the launch of its new helicopter

East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) celebrates the arrival of its latest helicopter, the H145 with grateful thanks to the people of East Anglia whose incredible support makes this possible.

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ARM expects vehicle compute performance to increase 100x in next decade

ARM offers functional safety package for ARM® Cortex®-A processors as it broadens its support for automotive.

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Babraham Institute gains Silver Athena SWAN Award

The Babraham Institute has received a Silver Athena SWAN award following a successful first application submitted in November last year.

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Top safety award for Cambridge Regional College

Cambridge Regional College has been awarded an Order of Distinction in the RoSPA Health and Safety Awards – one of just three colleges in the country to receive the top honour.

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Touchscreen enabled embedded systems

IDS lifts the lid off developing touch and input sensing technology

Display technology specialist, Intelligent Display Solutions (IDS) will be exhibiting and presenting at this years' UK Device Developers' Conference, explaining how to implement touch and other input sensing technology.

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AstraZeneca collaborates with Celgene Corporation to develop PD-L1 inhibitor programme

AstraZeneca enters strategic immuno-oncology collaboration with Celgene Corporation to develop PD-L1 inhibitor programme for patients with serious blood cancers.

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AstraZeneca & Innate Pharma announce global co-development & commercialisation collaboration

AstraZeneca and Innate Pharma announce global co-development and commercialisation collaboration for IPH2201 in immuno-oncology.

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3D image of human neurons in a dish

Link between proteins points to possibilities for future Alzheimer’s treatments

Researchers have identified how proteins that play a key role in Alzheimer’s disease are linked in a pathway that controls its progression, and that drugs targeting this pathway may be a potential new way of treating the disease.

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PPD honored for patient-centric communications on clinical research

Pharmaceutical Product Development, LLC (PPD) announced it has won recognition for a patient-centered communications campaign demonstrating the company’s commitment to helping biopharmaceutical clients deliver life-changing medical treatments.

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Citrix powers 'always-on' branch workspaces

The new Citrix CloudBridge Virtual WAN enables unprecedented network control and performance to scale WAN bandwidth at up to 80% lower cost.

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Cambridge University Press cheque-in over £38,000 to local children's charity Blue Smile

Global publishing house, Cambridge University Press, is to give Cambridge-based charity, Blue Smile, a charity cheque of over £38,000 at the end of April.

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Why juggling family and career pays off

Successfully juggling family life and a career tends to be more rewarding for women than men, according to a new academic study – although that’s mainly because men take a more passive role in the home.

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Ashton KCJ expands its agriculture team

Ashton KCJ is pleased to welcome a new solicitor and trainee legal secretary to its agriculture team.

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Invest now in fuel cell vehicles?

There is divided opinion on the future of traction fuel cells in electric vehicles, though few argue any more that they will power the majority of electric vehicles. Nonetheless some manufacturers are very enthusiastic and now could be the beginning of the end of the trough of disillusionment, indeed the time to invest, as analysed in the IDTechEx report Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles 2015-2030: Land, Water, Air.

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Wills are not just for the old!

Many people are unaware that in the event of a premature death and the absence of a valid will, the laws of Intestacy apply to the distribution of any assets of the deceased. As the law distributes assets with no knowledge or interest in the circumstances that apply, it is highly likely that the potential beneficiaries will be disadvantaged by the asset distribution imposed.

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Gallium Nitride (GaN) makes LED lighting possible

Gallium Nitride promises a bright future

rhp is currently working on a project for the University of Cambridge Centre for Gallium Nitride, so it is interesting to consider how this material could help shape our future.

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