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Find out what others really earn on UK’s first ever live salary comparison site

Find out what others really earn on UK’s first ever live salary comparison site

East of England recruitment consultancy firm, Pure Resourcing Solutions (Pure), has launched the first live peer-to-peer salary comparison website in the UK. comparemysalary.co.uk is designed to add a greater level of transparency to the taboo workplace conversation topic – how much do people really earn?

25/07/2014Read in full

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Highest-precision measurement of water in planet outside the solar system

The discovery of water vapour in the atmospheres of three exoplanets includes the most precise measurement of any chemical in a planet outside the solar system, and has major implications for planet formation and the search for water on Earth-like habitable exoplanets in future.

25/07/2014Read in full

Horizon Discovery and Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development and Commercialization to collaborate


Horizon Discovery Group plc, a leading provider of research tools to support translational genomics and the development of personalised medicines, today announced its Horizon CombinatoRx division has been contracted by Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development and Commercialization, Inc. (OPDC) to perform in vitro cell line screening of certain OPDC development candidate(s). Pursuant to the terms of the contract, Horizon CombinatoRx will be paid $835,000 for work to be substantially completed during 2014

25/07/2014Read in full

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War poetry given female voice for new app

A new interactive app featuring 45 of Wilfred Owen’s war poems has been released to coincide with the centenary of the start of the First World War.

25/07/2014Read in full

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Age of puberty in girls influenced by 'imprinted' genes

The age at which girls reach sexual maturity is influenced by ‘imprinted’ genes, a small sub-set of genes whose activity differs depending on which parent passes on that gene, according to new research published in the journal Nature.

25/07/2014Read in full

Top 10 tips to help you win the pay rise you deserve

Top 10 tips to help you win the pay rise you deserve

With the economy gaining momentum, many people are considering hitting fast forward on their careers after sitting tight in jobs, waiting for the market to pick up.

25/07/2014Read in full

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Innovative music foundation seeks new talent

The Dosoco Foundation believes that music has the power to change lives. Its vision is to unlock the world through sound and music where worlds need unlocking, and it does this by providing small grants - it made its first round of grants this year. Now it seeks two new visionary volunteers to help drive the organisation forward.

24/07/2014Read in full

Cambs based multi-channel retailer of emerging wearable technology seeks partner

Cambridgeshire based niche multi-channel retailer of emerging wearable technology devices seeks working partner in return for substantial equity share. Experience and the party's contribution to the business in the form of effort are more important than financial input (although a minimal investment will be necessary).

24/07/2014Read in full

Bango connects Etisalat with Samsung Galaxy Apps

Bango is pleased to announce that it has launched one-click Direct Operator Billing for Samsung Galaxy Apps with Etisalat, the telecoms giant with operations in 19 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

24/07/2014Read in full

Minister opens landmark new Centrum building

Minister opens landmark new Centrum building at Norwich Research Park

Minister for Life Sciences George Freeman has opened a landmark new building in Norwich that will enable businesses to interact with the best scientific and research minds in areas such as food, health, energy and the environment.

24/07/2014Read in full

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Headway Cambridgeshire celebrates its first 25 years

Founded in 1989, this year Headway Cambridgeshire celebrates its 25th Anniversary.

24/07/2014Read in full

Breakthrough events aim to help SMEs

Santander Breakthrough Masterclasses, roundtables and trade missions are all designed to put fast-growth businesses in touch with experts and give attendees practical means to accelerate growth. The programme seeks to identify the best entrepreneurial companies in the UK and help them achieve their full potential.

24/07/2014Read in full

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Agri-Tech East director says ancient wheat and latest technology hold key to food security

Global wheat consumption exceeded production in six out of the past eight years*, creating real concerns for food security. Dr Belinda Clarke of Agri-Tech East explains to Commonwealth ministers at the British Business House how the latest sequencing technology and ancient varieties of wheat, could improve resilience in current high performing varieties.

24/07/2014Read in full

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CUH staff receive rare handwritten invitations to the Queen’s garden tea party

Two CUH members of staff were finally able to attend the Queen’s garden tea party after receiving special handwritten invitations with a rare stamp on the envelope.

24/07/2014Read in full

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Art, science and social responsibility in 1960s Britain

The relationships between art, science and society in the 1960s will be examined by Kettle’s Yard this Saturday.

24/07/2014Read in full

Landis+Gyr announces release of Command Center 6.2

Landis+Gyr announces the release of version 6.2 of its operating software, Command Center, for the Gridstream® advanced metering and grid management system.

24/07/2014Read in full

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Am I eligible for free GCSE sssessments and resources?

bksb offers free GCSE assessments and resources to existing Functional Skills users.

24/07/2014Read in full

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KeyLines 2.0: the next generation of network visualisation

Cambridge Intelligence today announced the release of KeyLines 2.0 – the next generation of network visualisation software.

24/07/2014Read in full

60 Seconds to Success Tip: What can you do when you’re tackled?

Madeleine Morgan of Growu explains how we can all learn a lesson from a rugby player.

24/07/2014Read in full

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Bidwells team marks 175 years by cycling 175 miles

Five riders from Bidwells have completed a gruelling cycle from Cambridge to York Minster, supported by two drivers - a total of 175 miles, to mark the 175th year of Bidwells. All money raised from this great challenge will be going to East Anglia Children's Hospital (EACH).

23/07/2014Read in full

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