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How psychology swayed your Brexit vote

Learn the psychology of politics (and other fascinating topics) at the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education’s Open Day this Saturday (1 April) at Madingley Hall.

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Opinion: The road to Brexit, or the UK’s journey into the unknown

The Prime Minister's triggering of Article 50 is merely the end of the beginning, argues Dr Julie Smith, Director of the European Centre in Cambridge University's Department of Politics and International Studies and a Liberal Democrat member of the House of Lords.

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Digital technology and health governance

Digital technology has the power to transform healthcare in developing countries, but only if it’s used properly, says a new study.

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New alliance delivers high-throughput NGS library prep solutions

A partnership between TTP Labtech and Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. combines mosquito® and Fragment Analyzer™ platforms to reduce cost, maximise throughput and improve quality of NGS library preparation.

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Cambridge MP slams Government cuts to new medical treatments

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner this week used a Parliamentary debate to slam Government cuts which will limit access to new medicines for patients.

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Q&A date with BAFTA-nominated screenwriter

Anglia Ruskin University’s new Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy is hosting a special public screening of the zombie horror film The Girl with All the Gifts next Tuesday (4 April).

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Deal or No Deal (Brexit Part 3)

So, the A50 starting gun has been fired. A shell has been launched into a landscape with very few ‘known knowns’ (a village), a plethora of ‘known unknowns’ (a town) and more open space of ‘unknown unknowns’ than one can shake a stick at (a veritable ocean). Dominic Hopkins of Hewitsons shares his views.

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The digital face of recruitment: 94% of recruiters vet candidates on LinkedIn before hiring

With over 467 million users around the world, LinkedIn continues to gather steam in the world of recruitment.

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Introduction to Downing College: new clients impressed by conference and events facilities

A special reception to showcase its conference and events facilities to new clients has recently been held at Downing College.

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IT Governance partners with Softwerx to deliver information security and data protection

IT Governance, the leading provider of information security and data protection solutions, is pleased to announce its partnership with Softwerx.

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