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New workshop to help entrepreneurs create experiences turning users into customers

Building on the success of the MERLIN ICT Cambridge workshop ‘Entrepreneurial Mindset’ - with David Gill as a guest speaker exploring principles of effectuation as an approach to entrepreneurship - the team at St John’s Innovation Centre is inviting researchers, post-docs, SMEs and start-ups to the fifth event in a series, ‘Interpreting the Customer and UX’ on 22nd January 2019.

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Medovate secures licence to develop and launch ground-breaking anaesthesia innovations

Medovate, the medical device company dedicated to the development and commercialisation of medical technologies, has announced that it has secured the exclusive rights to design, develop, manufacture and sell two ground-breaking innovations in the field of anaesthesia.

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Markets: a globe sits on newspapers

Points of View: Global Markets

This week Jason Butler of NW Brown focuses on global equity markets.

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Brexit jigsaw puzzle

Government’s Policy Paper: Citizens’ Rights explained

Given the potential option of a no-deal Brexit, there has been increasing concern regarding the rights of EU citizens to remain in the UK, says Hewitsons.

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Would you benefit from an overview in these analytical science techniques?

Anthias Consulting is running a series of 1-day Absolute Basics training courses in January 2019 at The Open University in Milton Keynes, for those who are completely new to a technique.

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New academic rate announced for 2019 public statistical training programme

Prism Training & Consultancy has revealed its public training programme for 2019; a selection of statistical workshops open to all levels of experience that blends interactive learning with real-life case studies and plenty of “hands-on” experience with various different software packages.

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UKRI Physics of Life call for proposals

The first of two calls for proposals associated with the UKRI Physics of Life initiative is now open. The aim is to support ambitious interdisciplinary research that brings together physics and the life sciences.

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The new Cambridge University Botanic Garden website

Studio 24 announces the launch of the new Cambridge University Botanic Garden website

It has been Studio 24's pleasure to help revitalise the online presence of the Cambridge University Botanic Garden (CUBG) and its team is delighted to announce that the new website launches this week.

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Cancer Research UK and AstraZeneca launch world class functional genomics centre

Cancer Research UK and AstraZeneca have announced that they are opening a new centre in the UK, dedicated to realising the full potential of functional genomics in the discovery and development of new drugs for patients with cancer.

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New jobs and homes proposed at expanded Wellcome Genome Campus

People are being encouraged to comment on proposals to significantly expand a world-renowned South Cambridgeshire genome campus – to provide extra research space and up to 1,500 homes for staff.

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Paul Kinnon, CEO, PredictImmune

PredictImmune’s first prognostic test set for UK and European launch after CE mark awarded

PredictImmune, developers of pioneering prognostic tools for guiding treatment options and improving patient outcomes in immune-mediated diseases, today announced CE IVD (European Conformity In-Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices) certification for its prognostic biomarker test for IBD, PredictSURE IBD™ - the first validated biomarker based prognostic test in inflammatory disease.

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Over half of millennials yearn for a digital detox holiday

Faced with the pressures of their always switched-on lifestyles, over half of millennials are now drawn to digital detox holidays, according to new research from audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

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Could regeneration deliver a low carbon community on the edge of Cambridge?

Plans have been published for how a major brownfield site on the northern edge of Cambridge could be regenerated to deliver a new low carbon community with thousands of new homes, jobs and high quality facilities.

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WaveFX film Ellie Goulding’s Facebook webcast sparking a convers

WaveFX films Ellie Goulding’s Facebook webcast, sparking a conversation on climate change

An event at the Royal Institution in London - filmed and live streamed by WaveFX -drew a number of influential speakers from politics, business and civil society, including actor Ralph Fiennes, Prime Ministers from New Zealand and Fiji, plus global music star Ellie Goulding.

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Sanger’s cloud computing wins award

Sanger’s cloud computing wins award

High performance computing community recognises pioneering work of Sanger’s scientific IT teams.

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Magna reconfigures seating

Magna reveals new seating ecosystem

Magna has revealed its vision for a flexible vehicle interior centered around seating reconfigurability and the opportunities new mobility and autonomy will offer passengers in the future.

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Firm directors are often preoccupied, says study

One-fifth of independent directors are ‘distracted’ each year by various issues, and this harms firm valuation, operating performance and M&A deal profitability, says new study by Professor Ronald W Masulis, the Pembroke Visiting Scholar at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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Cambridge Index tumbles 6.8%

The Cambridge Index fell 1537.8 points or 6.8% to close at 20951.9, as nine of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share prices.

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EACH thanks supporters for successful Light Up EACH Life campaign

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is sending out heartfelt thanks to all its supporters who joined in the charity’s festive celebration campaign.

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New membership directory launched for biosensor organisations

Sensor100 is compiling an international Directory of organisations active in the development and commercialisation of bio- and chemo-sensors. Each organisation will have its own page in the directory. There is an annual membership fee for listing of £100+VAT, with a 50% discount if paid before 31st December 2018.

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