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Claire Ruskin

Cambridge Network expanding its School for Scale-Ups

Cambridge has done brilliantly at scaling up businesses and has gained a reputation for a disproportionate level of success, writes Claire Ruskin, CEO of Cambridge Network.

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Doug Edwards, Xaar CEO

Founder views: Doug Edwards, CEO of Xaar

After starting his career in the UK, Dr Doug Edwards worked abroad for many years before joining Xaar as its CEO in January. A few months on, in the latest Cambridge Network Founder interview, he describes the exciting potential he sees for its inkjet printing technology...

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Tecan takes precision and accuracy in liquid handling to the next level

Tecan has launched the next wave of innovation for the Fluent™ laboratory automation solution*, introducing a number of new hardware and software options that enable a much wider range of applications.

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AstraZeneca and Isis Pharmaceuticals colaborate to discover and develop antisense drugs

AstraZeneca and Isis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. have announced a strategic collaboration to discover and develop antisense therapies for cardiovascular, metabolic and renal diseases.

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Deloitte warns East Anglian businesses of the implications of major tax changes

Major changes to employment tax, proposed in two government documents issued at the end of last month, could leave many East Anglian businesses underprepared and exposed, according to Deloitte.

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Lewis Hadler

Get expert advice at Anglia Ruskin University's Clearing Centres

Anglia Ruskin University’s dedicated Clearing Centres will open at 7am on Thursday 13 August for people looking to discuss their university options.

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Sepura plc’s acquisition of Teltronic supported by €120m funding

Cambridge-based Sepura plc, global leader in the design, manufacture and supply of digital radio products, systems and applications developed specifically for business and mission critical communications, has acquired Teltronic SAU, a Spanish PMR company. The acquisition will significantly enhance Sepura’s position as a leading global provider of critical communications solutions and was funded by a €120 million joint facility from Barclays, Santander and HSBC.

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Self-employment in Cambridgeshire up 8% since the financial crisis

The number of self-employed people in Cambridgeshire has risen by 8 percent since the financial crisis and now stands at 57,900, according to new figures published by the Office of National Statistics.

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Brain training app may help schizophrenics

‘Brain training’ app may improve memory and daily functioning in schizophrenia

A ‘brain training’ iPad game developed and tested by researchers at the University of Cambridge may improve the memory of patients with schizophrenia, helping them in their daily lives at work and living independently, according to research just published.

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Rachel Bradley

Award-winning life sciences team appoints Cambridge IP and commercial specialist

Rachel Bradley, an intellectual property and commercial lawyer, has joined Penningtons Manches’ award winning life sciences sector group in Cambridge.

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Paris Skyline

Resource Central expands international sourcing and recruitment services team

Cambridge and Sarajevo-based Resource Central has expanded its recruiting team and resourcing services, with significant ongoing investment in delivering a range of resourcing solutions to meet most budgets.

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030815The Cambridge & FTSE AIM 100 Index Movement

Cambridge Index rises 1.6%

The Cambridge Index advanced 1.6% or 283.4 points to settle at 17,719.8, as eight of the top ten index heavyweights posted weekly gains.

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Garry Stewart (right)  and Celia Moss

ZEISS celebrates 50 years of scanning electron microscopy

ZEISS celebrates the 50th anniversary of commercial scanning electron microscopy (SEM). In 1965, the first commercial SEM called Stereoscan was built by Cambridge Instrument Company, a UK based predecessor company of Carl Zeiss Microscopy Ltd.

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Sable&Hawkes delivers positioning, prospectus and website for Cambridge college

Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies is a specialist, independent sixth-form college based in Cambridge, that tutors young adults from the UK and internationally. Sable&Hawkes was appointed by recommendation and charged with delivering a new college strapline and competitive position, prospectus and corporate website.

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Helen Stalker, VP Marketing at CCS

CCS recruits Helen Stalker VP Marketing

CCS, creator of the world’s first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system, has appointed Helen Stalker as VP Marketing.

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Inca Onset with Full Automation

The emerging needs of the corrugated print industry

A vision from Steve Wood, Marketing Manager, Corrugated Display & Packaging, FUJIFILM Speciality Ink Systems. Fujifilm are the exclusive distributor of Inca's Onset flatbed printers.

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Tame your computer - dapper deletions

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she describes shortcuts to help you delete material (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint* and Access)...

03/08/2015Read in full

Antenova announces Sinica

Antenova announces Sinica - a novel embedded GNSS antenna

Antenova Ltd, manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules for M2M and the Internet of Things, is announcing a new, embedded GNSS antenna, named ‘Sinica’, which operates on the 1559 – 1609 MHz satellite bands. This new antenna uses a novel design approach and new materials to achieve high performance from an ultra low profile antenna.

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The MONA Foundation – help to rescue Cheeta

The MONA Foundation is on their next venture to rescue Cheeta – the only chimpanzee that survived an attempted escape from a zoo in Fuerteventura (Canary Islands).

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Ken McNamara/  a close up of the geology of Bath

The 'Magna Carta' of scientific maps goes on display 200 years after first publication

One of the most important maps of the UK ever made – described as the ‘Magna Carta of geology’ – is now on permanent public display in Cambridge after being restored to its former glory.

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