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Teaching science at Cambridge Regional College

New collaboration helps prepare students for a future in chemistry

Cambridge Regional College and the Royal Society of Chemistry have signed a new collaboration, agreeing to work together to support the development of the chemical sciences in further education.

20/02/2017Read in full

Registration opens for OpenPlant Forum in Cambridge

Registration is now open for OpenPlant Forum, an annual open meeting for plant synthetic biology organised by the OpenPlant partners: University of Cambridge, John Innes Centre and the Earlham Institute. Attendees from other organisations are welcome to the event, which takes place in Cambridge from 24-26 July 2017.

20/02/2017Read in full

King’s College Chapel

King’s College Chapel, 21 pianos, one very special performance

One of the UK’s most iconic buildings will resonate to the sound of 21 pianos tomorrow (Tuesday) evening as part of a unique event involving a Cambridge composer, students and young musicians from around Cambridgeshire.

20/02/2017Read in full

OBR forecast set to deliver some Budget day fiscal cheer for Chancellor, says EY

The Chancellor is set to receive a rare piece of good news on Budget day as the Office for Budget Responsibility’s (OBR) forecast is expected to reveal lower borrowing projections and stronger GDP growth, according to the EY ITEM Club Budget preview.

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Horizon Discovery launches Multiplex I cfDNA Reference Standard set in Synthetic Plasma

Horizon Discovery Group plc, the world leader in the application of gene editing technologies including molecular reference standards, today announces the launch of its first HDx™ cfDNA (cell-free DNA) Reference Standard in Synthetic Plasma.

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Consultation considers technical changes to auto enrolment process

A consultation has been published, looking at making two changes to the automatic enrolment process. The changes are for new employers due to become subject to automatic enrolment duties during 2017.

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Residents’ views sought on ambitious vision for improving community facilities

Cambridge City Council is asking for the views of local people on its draft proposals for an ambitious vision for council-owned community facilities and the services they provide.

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EACH has secured £25,000 to refurbish its hydrotherapy pool

£25,000 award will make a splash for young hospice users in East Anglia

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) has secured £25,000 to refurbish its hydrotherapy pool in Milton, after winning a national award.

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Philip Woolner, head of Commercial Agency at Cheffins

Industrial strategy: how it relates to the Cambridge commercial property market

Commenting on the government's Industrial Strategy green paper issued last month, Philip Woolner, head of Commercial Agency at Cheffins, explains how he believes it will relate to Cambridge and the commercial property market.

20/02/2017Read in full

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First British robotics seed fund launches

High Growth Robotics Limited, based at Adastral Park, Martlesham Heath near Ipswich, has announced the launch of the British Robotics Seed Fund – the first investment fund specialising in UK-based robotics start-ups.

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Startups urged to enter EDF Pulse Awards

Leading energy company EDF seeks applications from Cambridge organisations for the 2017 edition of its open innovation competition EDF Pulse, aimed at innovative European startups in smart city, smart home, smart business and smart health.

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Share purchase on planned retirement

Share purchase arrangements on retirement are generally left out of business succession arrangements for shareholders, such as those providing for purchase on death or critical illness, since the matter of funding for such an arrangement is principally an investment issue and far more expensive than funding for purchase on (insurable) death or critical illness.

17/02/2017Read in full

Contamac Ltd announces 
FDA clearance of Tangible Hydra-PEG™

Contamac Ltd, manufacturer of the Optimum® line of GP contact lens materials, is pleased to announce the FDA clearance of Tangible Hydra-PEG.

17/02/2017Read in full

US2U Consulting x Jugaad Innovation

US2U Consulting shares its thoughts on Jugaad Innovation

US2U Consulting shares its thoughts on a new business concept sweeping the West.

17/02/2017Read in full

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Coal, fuel of the future

Coal will continue to be a major part of the energy mix for decades to come, but we need to use it more efficiently, suggests The Scientific Alliance.

17/02/2017Read in full

Lynparza meets primary endpoint in Phase III trial in BRCA-mutated metastatic breast cancer

AstraZeneca’s breast cancer treatment, Lynparza (olaparib), provided a statistically-significant improvement in progression-free survival compared to chemotherapy in the first positive randomised trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of a PARP inhibitor beyond ovarian cancer.

17/02/2017Read in full

Helen Davies, Daniel Zeichner MP, Dr Matthew Norton

Daniel Zeichner MP discusses future of dementia research with leading charity

Protecting the future of dementia research in a post-Brexit Britain was on the agenda when Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner visited Alzheimer’s Research UK this week.

17/02/2017Read in full

aspire cambridge welcomes two new employees

aspire cambridge welcomes two new employees and continues with ambitious plans for growth

Cambridge based firm, aspire cambridge, has welcomed two new employees to the team.

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Mindfulness by Catarina Clifford

Art exhibition aims to combat mental health stigma

An art exhibition featuring portraits of people recovering from mental health conditions is to open in Cambridge.

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Learn about small self-administered schemes (SSAS) in 60 seconds

Mattioli Wood's Wealth Management Director, Alex Brown, provides a 60-second overview of small self-administered schemes (SSAS) in the second of the firm's brand new series of educational videos.

17/02/2017Read in full

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