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Aerial view of Stansted Airport

Stansted gets set for record-breaking summer with programme of recruitment and investment

London Stansted is recruiting hundreds of new staff and investing significantly in new facilities and service improvements as the airport gets set for another record-breaking summer season.

26/03/2019Read in full

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Cambridge Index falls 2.6%

The Cambridge Index declined 645.9 points or 2.6% to close at 23995.9, as four of the top five Index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share prices.

26/03/2019Read in full

Chamber launches Global Awards 2019

Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce launches Global Awards 2019 to recognise success in international markets.

26/03/2019Read in full

Raoul Monks

Seven marathons, seven days, seven countries: Cambridgeshire runner embarks on epic challenge

A father-of-two from Cambridgeshire is getting set to leave the UK on Friday (29 March). Rather than a show of political discontent on the originally-planned Brexit day, though, Raoul Monks’ departure is to help launch a new fundraising campaign from East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

26/03/2019Read in full

Showcase your company and form new connections at next week’s Business Fair

The countdown is on for Huntingdonshire Business Fair, taking place at Burgess Hall, St Ives on Wednesday 3 April.

26/03/2019Read in full

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Sea change

The coast is an intrinsic part of British identity – and perhaps nowhere is it more at risk than in the East of England. Cambridge researchers are working with communities and organisations across the region to manage the coast for the future, by working with nature rather than against it.

26/03/2019Read in full

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Research at the chalk face: connecting academia and schools

Researchers in Cambridge’s Faculty of Education are working with teachers to improve the experience of learning in the East of England – and boost pupils’ life chances.

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Joseph Bazalgette - Captain Sanitation

Don't feed the fatberg! New ICE exhibition opens

A free exhibition at the Institution of Civil Engineer’s (ICE) London headquarters challenges the public to think about the impact of what's flushed into sewers, as well as the role of civil engineers in society. 'Don’t Feed the Fatberg’ is a challenge issued to the UK public.

26/03/2019Read in full

James and Adelina with Andy Neely

Business podcast: the University and entrepreneurship

Andy Neely from the University of Cambridge talks to business podcast hosts Adelina Chalmers and James Parton of Scaling, Failing and Prevailing about how the university is supporting entrepreneurship and working with businesses.

26/03/2019Read in full

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Cambridge Home + Garden Show returns this weekend

Want to transform your home but don’t know where to start? Meet the region’s finest home and garden specialists, join hands-on creative workshops and bring your home design dreams a step closer at the Cambridge Home + Garden Show this weekend (The Guildhall, Cambridge, 30th & 31st March 2019).

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CIR launches 10th Anniversary Cleanpower Smart Grids 2019 - innovation for grand challenges

The Cleanpower & Smart Grids Conference Summit 2019, an innovation event on the Grand Challenges of clean growth, reaches its 10th birthday in Cambridge this summer. The conference will approach the innovation challenges of clean energy systems (smart grids) and energy storage via connectivity, AI and data and materials.

26/03/2019Read in full

Cambridge Car and Van Rental

Explore Independent Cambridge - Cambridge Car and Van Rental

With the help of Independent Cambridge - the community of ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its weekly exploration of the best independent shops, cafés, restaurants, people, businesses, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Cambridge Car and Van Rental.

25/03/2019Read in full

Inflazome receives funding from The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s research

Inflazome, the pioneering biotech company developing several small molecule drugs that inhibit harmful inflammation, today announces it has been awarded funding in excess of US$1 million by The Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF).

25/03/2019Read in full

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STEM Exploration Grants available for UK schools

The STEM Clubs Programme is offering new STEM Exploration Grants, now available to all UK schools and colleges. The £250 grants have been created to help schools enrich student learning and enhance both enjoyment and participation in the STEM subjects via extra-curricular STEM Clubs.

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Join the UK Tech Mission to TNW in Amsterdam

Join the UK Tech Mission to TNW in Amsterdam

On 9 and 10 May the Department for International Trade (DIT) in The Netherlands is planning a mission to one of the key tech conferences in Europe; The Next Web (TNW) in Amsterdam

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The Benefits Of Imagery

Speaking a thousand words: why imagery can benefit a company’s marketing

Learn how you can make digital content touch the heart of your readers using Imagery! It's a very important element within a company's marketing - let Local Buzz Marketing convince you why...

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Investors invited to discover the next big thing in life science and med-tech

Now in its 10th year, the one-day Babraham Investor Conference (BIC) will bring together like-minded investors focused on early-stage and scale-up life science and med-tech opportunities across the UK and Europe.

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IONTAS named Small Business of the Year at Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards 2019

IONTAS Limited, a leader in the discovery and optimisation of fully human antibodies, has won ‘Small Business of the Year’ category at the Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards 2019.

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IWM storage facility at Duxford

Underground home to unique war film collection comes up for auction

A purpose-built underground storage facility that is home to the Imperial War Museum’s unique film archive is coming up for auction next week.

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Chilling debut novel receives warm reception

Anglia Ruskin Lecturer Dr Helen Marshall’s debut novel The Migration, which is set in a Britain ravaged by storms, flooding and a mysterious disease, will be officially launched in Cambridge on Tuesday, 2 April.

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