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Learn how to create an effective video and get your message out

Learn how to create an effective video and get your message out

Nothing is more important than ensuring your business reputation is of the highest standing. But given current multimedia requests where the press turns up with not just a notebook but a video camera, are you confident at video presentation? These days it is important to have the ability to handle a video interview effectively and show your organisation in the best possible light.

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Devolution deal to be set in motion at first official meeting

Following the decision by councils in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough region to accept plans for Devolution, the team tasked with pushing the deal forward will meet for the first time next week (Wednesday 14 December).

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Programme aims to widen participation in higher education

Programme aims to wider participation in higher education in East Anglia

From January 2017, East Anglia’s five Higher Education Institutions, working in close partnership with the region’s Further Education Colleges and other stakeholders, will start to deliver a major Government-funded collaborative outreach programme, the Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach (NEACO).

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Frontier IP acquires 20% stake in University of Cambridge spin-out Tarsis Technology

Frontier IP, which specialises in the commercialisation of intellectual property, is pleased to announce that it has received a 20% stake in Tarsis Technology Limited (Tarsis), the Group’s third spin-out from the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology at the University of Cambridge.

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£5 million to tackle social and economic disadvantage across the region

A new £5 million fund has been launched to help people struggling with a lack of skills, poverty and worklessness in the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough area.

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Thales releases new capabilities for data security platform

Thales' Vormetric Data Security Platform expansion includes patented, non-disruptive encryption deployment and advanced Docker encryption.

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Winners and runners up with Ben Garrod and Iain Martin

Inspirational former students take the plaudits

Inspirational former Anglia Ruskin University students from fields as diverse as health, business, and television have been celebrated by their alma mater at its inaugural alumni awards ceremony.

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Crimped hair by Dani Rose at the ‘Girls’ Night In’

‘Girls’ Night In’ event raises £118 for Cambridge charity

A ‘Girls’ Night In’ charity event, hosted by professional recruitment consultants Pure at its Cambridge office, has raised £118 for local charity STARS.

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Dr Mark J P Kerrigan

Anglia Ruskin’s teaching excellence is recognised

Anglia Ruskin University is celebrating after the Higher Education Academy (HEA) named Dr Mark J P Kerrigan as a National Teaching Fellow and shortlisted the Lord Ashcroft International Business School for the new Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE).

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Andrew D K  Wood ith Simon Smits (Dutch Ambassador to the UK)

Solicitor sworn in as new Honorary Consul for the Netherlands in Norwich

Solicitor Andrew D K Wood, who is based in Norwich, was yesterday today sworn in by Dutch Ambassador to the UK Simon Smits as the new Honorary Consul for the Kingdom of the Netherlands for Norwich, with responsibility for the counties of Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.

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Fitzwilliam Museum announces 2017 business partners

Fitzwilliam Museum announces 2017 business partners

The Fitzwilliam Museum announces today the businesses which are supporting the museum through sponsorship in 2017.

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Riverbed study: 70% of UK wants to engage with government through digital services

Riverbed study finds 70% of UK wants to engage with government through digital services but 45% think public sector digital services need improvement.

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Book outlines the remarkable factors that influence shoppers

Book outlines the remarkable factors that influence shoppers

A new book edited by Anglia Ruskin academics looks at the psychology of consumer behaviour.

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Visualising skin secrets

Visualising skin secrets

New technology unlocks the ability to analyse and understand the secrets of our skin

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Qualcomm collaborates with Microsoft to support Windows 10 on Snapdragon processors

At Microsoft’s Windows Hardware Engineering Community event (WinHEC), Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) announced that they are collaborating with Microsoft Corp. to enable Windows 10 on mobile computing devices powered by next-generation Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors, enabling mobile, power efficient, always-connected cellular PC devices.

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Endomag’s system demonstrated non-inferior to standard of care for sentinel node detection

Multi-centre trial indicates potential for Endomag’s system to be used as a non-radioactive alternative for sentinel lymph node detection in early stage breast cancer

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Nokia and The Humanitarian Cooperative use VR to show impact of ongoing refugee crisis

Nokia and The Humanitarian Cooperative use virtual reality to show impact of ongoing refugee crisis through a new lens and to support the efforts of UNHCR

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CyanConnode expands Scandinavian projects with EON and Landis+Gyr

CyanConnode Expands Scandinavian Projects with E.ON, as part of one of the first smart city projects in Sweden, and Landis+Gyr

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Gurdon Institute and Stem Cell Institute receive 5year funding

Cambridge’s Gurdon Institute and Stem Cell Institute receive five year funding boost

Two Cambridge institutes have been confirmed as major research centres by biomedical research charity Wellcome, receiving continued support for a further five years. The centres will be co-funded by Cancer Research UK (CRUK) and the Medical Research Council (MRC) respectively.

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: Dr Mierau and Daniel Zeichner MP taken in Westminster

Cambridge academic and MP take up opportunity for 'job swap'

Last week Dr Susanna Mierau, a scientist from the University of Cambridge, swapped her lab bench for the green benches when she joined Daniel Zeichner MP in Parliament.

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