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Anglia Ruskin glides up green league table

Anglia Ruskin University has been recognised for thinking green by moving up 67 places in a worldwide league table of environmentally friendly institutions.

02/03/2015Read in full

IWM Duxford’s American Air Museum redevelopment wins funding

IWM Duxford has received a grant of £160,000 from the DCMS/Wolfson Museums & Galleries Improvement Fund 2011-16 for its American Air Museum redevelopment project.

02/03/2015Read in full

Talented college chefs victorious at University of Cambridge Culinary Competition

Talented college chefs victorious at University of Cambridge Culinary Competition

The 2015 University of Cambridge Culinary Competition excelled once again this year in showcasing the talents of the chefs and waiters who work within the busy College catering departments. Each participant set their sights on winning the coveted gold awards, across a record number of 16 classes this year, as well as the prestigious Stewards’ Cup.

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CUH consultant helps develop first bladder cancer guideline

A consultant urologist from CUH Addenbrooke’s has helped to develop the first national guideline on bladder cancer.

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Hobbs House: An outstanding new property that stands out – by fitting in

Hobbs House: An outstanding new property that stands out – by fitting in

Renowned Cambridge property developer David Rapley, founder and MD of Rheebridge, is delighted with the company’s new development, the stunning Hobbs House at Parker’s Piece.

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Lots for children to do at Cambridge Science Festival

Bigger bangs and squishier squelches at Science Festival

Families and children are in for a real treat with bigger bangs, squishier squelches, lots more snot and ice cream, simulated surgery, and a few robots wandering around at this year’s Cambridge Science Festival.

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Fanny Cazettes with Laplace. Image credit: Davide Reato

Decoding behaviour: an eLife interview with Fanny Cazettes

In a series of interviews with early-career researchers, eLife explores how they became interested in science, what they are working on at present, and what they hope to achieve in the future.

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City Deal partners to become developer to boost affordable housing

Plans for the Greater Cambridge City Deal partners to speed up the delivery of affordable homes by becoming a housing developer have been announced.

27/02/2015Read in full

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Investors in People appoints Somersault as video communications agency

Following a competitive tender process, Somersault has been appointed as the video communications agency to leading B2B brand Investors in People, which was recently recognised as a Superbrand by business and marketing professionals. The 12-month contract will see the multi award winning agency supporting a range of video content and strategy activities.

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New drug-driving offence in force from 2 March 2015

New drug-driving offence in force from 2 March 2015

A new offence will come into force on Monday in England to combat driving where a driver has certain drugs in his or her body above the limit permitted by law. It will mirror existing excess alcohol cases where the simple presence of alcohol above the permitted level creates the offence, explains Transport lawyer Tim Ridyard.

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CW TEC focuses on IoT and seamless connectivity for smart wearables

There are only three weeks until the inaugural CW Technology and Engineering Conference that will bring together world-class speakers to discuss the future of mobile, satellite, TV, IoT, wearable technology and their impact on spectral value.

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Top young illustrators get chance to shine

The work of some the UK’s most talented young illustrators has gone on show in Cambridge, with the launch of the MA Children’s Book Illustration graduation exhibition at Anglia Ruskin University.

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Does solar energy have a bright future?

Does solar energy have a bright future?

A new report says that solar energy is set to be the cheapest option in some parts of the world, says The Scientific Alliance.

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AstraZeneca to create stand-alone company for small molecule early-stage antibiotic R&D

In line with AstraZeneca’s strategy to sharpen its focus on three main therapy areas, the company is changing the structure of its small molecule early-stage anti-infectives research and development.

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FlexEnable showcases flexible electronics technology platform at Mobile World Congress

FlexEnable, the leader in the development and industrialisation of flexible organic electronics, will showcase its flexible electronics technology platform for mobile and wearable applications for the first time at next week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

27/02/2015Read in full

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Sleeping over eight hours a day associated with greater risk of stroke

People who sleep for more than eight hours a day have an increased risk of stroke, according to a study by the University of Cambridge – and this risk doubles for older people who persistently sleep longer than average. However, the researchers say it is unclear why this association exists and call for further research to explore the link.

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Million man study examines long-term effects of blocking inflammation

Inflammation – the body’s response to damaging stimuli – may have a protective effect against cardiovascular disease, according to a study just published in the journal Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology.

27/02/2015Read in full

Yellow Rust spores bursting out of a wheat leaf

New genomics-driven surveillance to track crop diseases

UK scientists from The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), John Innes Centre (JIC), The Sainsbury Laboratory (TSL) and the National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB) have developed a new robust and rapid genomics strategy to track the devastating wheat yellow rust pathogen.

27/02/2015Read in full

Eight tried and tested ways to engage staff in charity partnerships

Eight tried and tested ways to engage staff in charity partnerships

Do you have a corporate partnership with a charity? That’s fantastic! Here are some tips for making sure your staff are engaged and geared up to help raise money...

27/02/2015Read in full

VNC® now available for Raspberry Pi

RealVNC, the original developer and provider of VNC® remote access and control software has announced that Raspberry Pi enthusiasts will be able to securely and seamlessly access their Pi using VNC.

27/02/2015Read in full

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