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Anglia Ruskin wins €463K healthy ageing grant

Anglia Ruskin University researchers have won a €463,000 grant to lead Biz4Age, an 18-month European project focusing on innovation for healthy ageing.

17/04/2014Read in full

Make a Will Week 2014

Local solicitors support Addenbrooke's with Will-writing service

Local solicitors and Will-writers are supporting Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge by waiving their Will-writing fees during Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust’s Make a Will Week.

17/04/2014Read in full

Fertilisation image

Sperm meets egg: protein essential for fertilisation discovered

Researchers at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute have discovered interacting proteins on the surface of the sperm and the egg essential to begin mammalian life. These proteins, which allow the sperm and egg to recognise one another, offer new paths towards improved fertility treatments and the development of new contraceptives.

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Event aims to build links in the European Cryogenics Community

A new European Cryogenics Initiative is being launched through an event to be held at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (Didcot, Oxfordshire) on 29th May - European Cryogenics Day 2014.

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Airport passengers to benefit from new Greater Anglia franchise

London Stansted has welcomed the news that Abellio Greater Anglia has won a new Government franchise to provide more services between the airport and Cambridge.

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 The Roman port of Ostia Credit: DigitalGlobe Inc.

Roman dig ‘transforms understanding’ of ancient port

Researchers from the universities of Cambridge and Southampton have discovered a new section of the boundary wall of the ancient Roman port of Ostia, proving the city was much larger than previously estimated.

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Planning permission granted for University key worker homes

Proposals for University of Cambridge key worker homes at the North West Cambridge Development have been approved by the local planning authorities.

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Huppert welcomes fall in unemployment in city and nationally

Figures showing that unemployment continues to fall in Cambridge and the number of those out of work nationally has dropped below seven per cent have been welcomed by the city’s MP Julian Huppert.

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CRedit360 recognised for global leadership in EHS software by independent analyst firm

credit360 has been named a leader in Verdantix's global Green Quadrant Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) Software 2014 report. According to the independent analyst firm, credit360 injects sustainability innovation into EH&S Management.

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abdi and ILM – first leadership courses to use the power of impact planning and measurement

abdi is proud to partner with the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) and is looking forward to working with various organisations and managers to define, develop and embed leadership and management capabilities. Endorsement illustrates the quality of abdi's courses against industry standards and gives participants the recognition they deserve.

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Birketts’ private client team grows

Birketts’ private client team grows

Catherine Bacon has moved from Mills & Reeve to join Birketts’ private client team in Cambridge.

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AFYA Serengeti

Cambridge Filmworks helps to eradicate rabies in Serengeti National Park

Cambridge Filmworks has recently been working alongside MSD Animal Health to produce a film promoting the work of a leading rabies prevention project. 'AFYA Serengeti' works with local people based in The Serengeti National Park, Africa, to ensure the widespread vaccination of domestic dogs, the main transmitters of the rabies disease.

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Summary and qualification overview of abdi Level 5 Award in Leadership and Management

Overview of abdi's modules and specific information with regards to the Level 5 Award in Leadership and Management:

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Automotive Material Intelligence Consortium (‘AutoMatIC’).

New Auto Consortium targets material challenges in design, simulation, lightweighting & more

At the SAE World Congress in Detroit, MI, Granta Design announced the launch of the Automotive Material Intelligence Consortium (‘AutoMatIC’).

16/04/2014Read in full

Success for Managers Tip #62: Don’t get mad, stupid

Madeleine Morgan of Growu explains how anger and fear can make you stupid...and how to stop it...

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Riverbed announces SteelFusion 3.0

SteelFusion 3.0 is the first branch converged infrastructure that centralises data in the datacenter and delivers local performance and instant recovery at the branch. SteelFusion radically improves branch economics by fusing servers, storage, virtualization and networking into a single solution speeding provisioning by up to 30x and recovery by up to 96x.

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LEVERHULME ARTS SCHOLARS

Open call for Summer School at Wysing Arts Centre

Artists aged between 18 and 25 are invited to apply for an exciting opportunity to take part in the second Leverhulme Arts Scholars Summer School at Wysing Arts Centre which will take place from 14 July to 22 August 2014.

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Sepura’s STP8X Intrinsically Safe/ ATEX TETRA radio

Sepura Intrinsically Safe radios receive certification for the Brazilian market

Sepura’s STP8X Intrinsically Safe/ ATEX TETRA radio has received certification in Brazil.

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Scottish Technology Conference (Embedded Systems)

Abelon Systems presents at Scottish technology conference

Edinburgh based embedded systems company Abelon Systems has announced that it will be presenting at The Scottish Device Developers' Conference to be held on 5th June at Uphall. Its presentation will discuss choosing hardware solutions for realtime and embedded computer projects.

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The Tithe Barn in Landbeach

Plight of Tithe Barn in Landbeach continues

The hunt for financial support to save the historic Tithe Barn in the village of Landbeach continues with the building granted a temporary reprieve until September – and local charity Cambridge Past, Present & Future is continuing to champion the cause.

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