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Public Engagement with Research

Cambridge Filmworks produces University of Cambridge 'Public Engagement with Research' films

Cambridge Filmworks has partnered with the University of Cambridge to produce a suite of new films for the University of Cambridge 'Public Engagement with Research' Awards.

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Cambridge and Brexit: Discussing our Future

As the date nears for triggering the start of negotiations for the UK’s exit from the EU, a public conference ‘Cambridge and Brexit: Discussing our Future’ will be held in the Cambridge Guildhall on Friday 24th February 2017. The meeting will facilitate discussion among the wider Cambridge community on the UK’s future outside the EU as seen from Cambridge.

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Bidwells’ team named as finalist in planning 'Oscars' for the CB1 Masterplan

Bidwells’ Planning Team is celebrating the CB1 Masterplan being named as a finalist in the ‘Excellence in planning to create economically successful places’ category for the Royal Town Planning Institute’s (RTPI) Awards for Planning Excellence 2017.

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tea caddy designs by CRC students

Art students' tea caddy designs shortlisted in national competition

Two talented art students at Cambridge Regional College have reached the final of a competition to find two signature tea caddy designs for High Street company Whittard.

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Cambridge Consultants is recognised again for design excellence

Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants has announced the latest in a string of prestigious awards for design excellence. It has won two iF Design Awards – an internationally recognised label for excellent design. The awards attract more than 5,000 entries from 70 countries every year.

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Blue Diamond Garden centre

Blue Diamond garden centres to stock PlantGrow®

PlantGrow is delighted to announce that PlantGrow Natural Plant Food shortly will be available in all Blue Diamond garden centres. Blue Diamond is the third largest garden-centre retail group in the UK and Channel Islands and owns a total of nineteen garden centres.

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Cambridge Synthetic Biology Meetup group reaches 500 members

Cambridge Synthetic Biology Meetup is a group for people interested in Synthetic Biology - one of the UK's 'Eight Great Technologies' and open technologies. This includes DNA-based reprogramming and computational modelling of living systems and low-cost hardware for biological instrumentation. The Meetup has just welcomed its 500th member.

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L-R: Luke Hakes, Hanadi Jabado, Simon Thorpe, Jon Reynolds

'Demystifying’ the funding funnel

Finding and renewing funding can be a bewildering experience for entrepreneurs, but experts at a conference in Cambridge, including two from Cambridge Judge Business School, offer a few simple tips.

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Meet Cambridge appoints new Board members

Meet Cambridge, the official free venue-finding bureau for meetings and events in Cambridge and beyond, has announced two changes to its Board of Directors.

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Lancaster House Illustration

Opportunity for multiple leisure businesses

Are you looking to establish a crèche, café/bar or gym in an established Cambridge-based business park? Could you use up to 7,500 sq ft of space to adapt as you wish?

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IT Governance Publishing releases Spanish edition of its EU GDPR: A Pocket Guide

IT Governance Publishing (ITGP), the world’s leading IT GRC publisher, is pleased to announce the publication of a new Spanish edition of its bestselling book: Reglamento General de Protección de Datos (RGPD) de la UE: Una guía de bolsillo by Alan Calder.

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Bishop's Stortford School

Digital Asset Management in education: the answer to an ever-growing problem

The concept of Digital Asset Management may still be fairly alien to many schools and Universities, but the benefits are enormous. If those benefits can be made clear, then it follows that more schools will see that investing in a good file management solution, or digital media library, is well worth the investment.

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Lycotec to attend 18th ISANH World Congress on Antioxidants

Lycotec attends 18th ISANH World Congress on Antioxidants in Beirut

Lycotec CEO Dr Ivan M Petyaev is to attend the 18th ISANH World Congress on Antioxidants in Beirut from 3rd – 4th May 2017.

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Thales delivers trust for Internet of Things (IoT) devices and data

Digital birth certificates, code signing and transparent encryption enable confidence for the IoT.

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JDR wins major umbilical contract

JDR wins major umbilical contract

JDR, a leading supplier of subsea umbilicals and power cables to the global offshore energy industry, has been awarded a major steel tube umbilical contract by Cameron Ltd, on behalf of operator ONGC, for the 11 Wells of Western Offshore project.

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PlantGrow range

PlantGrow's breakthrough plant food & fertiliser enters the market at the Garden Press Event

A completely new type of plant food and fertiliser, developed specifically for the horticultural sector and the first of its kind, is now available to hobby gardeners. Known by its trade-mark name, PlantGrow®, the product, most unusually, is sourced in the agricultural sector, and is being brought to market by a Norfolk farming family, Steve and Sarah Suggitt, and Richard Beales of the notable rose-growing family.

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OptiPEAK TDL600 in use

Cutting the costs of natural gas storage with optical moisture detection

Using optical moisture detection to reduce the costs and risks associated with storing natural gas is the focus of a new application note published by Michell Instruments this month: Gas storage: reduce risks and cut costs with optical moisture detection.

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Point-of-care ultrasound systems prove ideal for the Children’s Acute Transport Service

The Children’s Acute Transport Service (CATS) depends on point-of-care ultrasound systems to get quick and accurate vascular access in critically ill children being transferred to specialist treatment centres.

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Could your community or charity premises benefit from a makeover?

Johnstone’s Trade has opened nominations for its Community Spirit competition, and is asking Cambridgeshire residents to put forward a deserving local community organisation or charity building that could benefit from a redecoration.

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Zinwave eliminates mobile phone ‘not-spots’ at Sky’s new HQ

Cambridge-based Systems Integrator Herbert has deployed Zinwave’s UNItivity distributed antenna system (DAS) to eliminate mobile phone coverage issues at Sky’s headquarters.

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