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Golf Day secures hole in one for Air Ambulance

Golf Day secures hole in one for Air Ambulance

East of England based Streets Chartered Accountants, a top 40 accountancy practice, hosted their fourth annual Charity Golf Day on Friday 10th July raising £5,290 for the Air Ambulance.

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The new Cambridge Film Festival website

155 films, 11 days, 8 locations . . .

This week sees the launch of the 35th Cambridge Film Festival, a major cultural event committed to delivering the very best in independent international cinema. Organised by registered charity Cambridge Film Trust, the festival has run for over 3 decades and is as a true celebration of film – past, present and future.

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Superfast broadband can unlock a range of business benefits

Cambridge businesses leading the way in Government broadband scheme

So far 674 Cambridge businesses have taken advantage of a £40m Government scheme designed to remove the ‘barrier to entry’ for SMEs seeking to gain access to superfast broadband services, according to figures released today.

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A recent tribunal appeal has clarified TUPE's relation to employee sick leave

Is an employee on sick leave “assigned” to an organised grouping of employees under TUPE?

Not if the employee is on long term sick leave, and is simply on the employer’s books for administrative purposes, according the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in BT Managed Services-v- Edwards and Another.

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Taster session lets you experience the benefits of peer learning

One of the most valuable ways to learn is from like-minded people who may be experiencing the same challenges as you, albeit in different industries or environments. If peer learning appeals to you, consider joining a new group for senior managers which gets underway this autumn, organised by Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration.

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Management of Technology and Innovation (MoTI) Project

Cambridge Judge Business School - Management of Technology and Innovation (MoTI) Project

The University of Cambridge Judge Business School is ranked among the world’s leading business schools. As well as a global focus, the School’s location at the heart of this thriving community of local entrepreneurs and innovators offers a unique opportunity for us to work with you, the business community.

03/09/2015Read in full

Lumie Brightspark - bright light to boost well-being at work

Lumie launches new light therapy campaign for the workplace

Light therapy at work can boost productivity and reduce winter absenteeism says Cambridge-based light therapy specialist Lumie. The company launches a new light therapy campaign for the workplace today as people come back from holiday to face the return to school and normal routine. To support the campaign, Lumie is releasing a new publication ‘Light for workplace well-being’ that explains in detail how light therapy can improve work performance.

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Collaborating for Results

Back from holiday? Time to deal with the 'unfinished business'

In his latest blog post David Willcock explains the psychology of 'unfinished business' and how it can impact on performance and working relationships.

02/09/2015Read in full

David Blumstein – Founder and Managing Director of AMIHO Technol

St John’s Innovation Centre tenant spotlight: AMIHO technology MD David Blumstein

St John’s Innovation Centre, the leading early stage incubator in Cambridge, had the pleasure of interviewing David Blumstein, Managing Director and Co-Founder of AMIHO Technology, on the growing Internet of Things sector and the competitive advantage of providing both hardware and software.

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Restrictive covenants in employment contracts

Restrictive covenants in employment contracts

Is your business protected against the risk of employees leaving and then competing against it? Being unaware of the benefits offered by restrictive covenants in employment contracts or using inappropriate covenants could cost your business as competitors encroach on long-standing customers and/or take your best people. Cambridge employment lawyer Nick Sayer of Woodfines explains.

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Bailey Fisher partners with Leuven Inc to present Regenerative Medicine Visionary Seminar

Bailey Fisher partners with Leuven Inc to present Regenerative Medicine Visionary Seminar

Bailey Fisher Executive Search is pleased to partner with Leuven Inc, a network of high-tech innovative entrepreneurs, companies and researchers based in Flanders to present a Visionary Seminar 'Joining forces in regenerative medicine: bringing implants and medicines to life'.

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52N announces Integrated Resourcing partnership with Resource Central

Cambridge-based candidate engagement provider 52N has formalised its strategic partnership with sourcing and direct hiring expert, Resource Central - offering the option of a holistic resourcing solution that extends from attraction and engagement, right through to sourcing, hiring and talent pooling.

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CRFS exhibit at ERII Counterespionage Conference

CRFS exhibit at ERII Counterespionage Conference

Visit CRFS at ERII, the premier TSCM and counterespionage conference of 2015.

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Chris Bishop. Photo credit: Ed Miller

Chris Bishop begins role as new director of Microsoft Research Cambridge

Chris Bishop loved chemistry as a child, studied physics at university, worked in fusion research in his first job, then went on to become an expert in machine learning and artificial intelligence.

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L - traditional flight tracks; R- Performance Based Navigation

Stansted Airport announces plan to reduce aircraft noise for thousands of local residents

Stansted Airport has today launched a public consultation on an innovative new take-off procedure that will reduce the effects of aircraft noise for over 4,000 people living near the airport.

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CCDC announces new CSD-Enterprise suite for academic users

Academic CSD and GOLD licensees now get free access to all Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC) software.

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How music therapy can tackle dementia crisis

The first international conference to be held in the UK examining how music therapy can help people with dementia is taking place at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge this weekend (4-6 September).

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AstraZeneca and Valeant Pharmaceuticals to partner on psoriasis treatment

AstraZeneca announced that it has entered into a collaboration agreement with Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. under which it will grant an exclusive licence for Valeant to develop and commercialise brodalumab.

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An experiment in the quantum optics laboratory, Cambridge.

Scientists 'squeeze' light, one particle at a time

A team of scientists have measured a bizarre effect in quantum physics, in which individual particles of light are said to have been “squeezed” – an achievement which at least one textbook had written off as hopeless.

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BioJS community

New software library changes the biological data visualisation world

Scientists at The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), alongside European partners, have created a cutting-edge, open source community for the life sciences. BioJavaScript (BioJS) is a free, accessible software library that develops visualisation tools for different types of biological data.

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