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Museum of Cambridge seeks new trustees

Museum of Cambridge seeks new trustees

The Museum of Cambridge is looking for four new trustees with strong commercial and financial backgrounds to take the organisation from strength to strength. Would you like the opportunity to make a huge difference to a popular cultural institution with enormous potential?

21/09/2018Read in full

Meteor Inkjet announces support for High Laydown technology from Xaar

Meteor Inkjet, a leading independent supplier of electronics and software to drive industrial inkjet printheads, is pleased to announce support for Xaar’s High Laydown Technology for Xaar 2001+ and Xaar 1003 printheads.

21/09/2018Read in full

MP goes car free for the day with Cambridge Electric Transport’s electric bike

Cambridge Electric Transport is delighted to announce that Daniel Zeichner, Cambridge City’s MP, will be riding one of its electric bikes throughout the day on Car Free and Zero Emissions Day today (Friday 21st September).

21/09/2018Read in full

Thales announces advanced security for automotive, FinTech and IoT

Thales, a leader in critical information systems, cybersecurity and data security, announces its nShield hardware security modules (HSMs) now support Edwards and Brainpool elliptic cryptographic curves (ECC) to meet the security and data integrity requirements for the latest connected cars, FinTech, and enterprise-class IoT solutions.

21/09/2018Read in full

Paul Lee and Julian Rae, Deloitte.

17 million people think they use their smartphones too much: will measurement be the answer?

Thirty-nine percent of smartphone users in the UK - the equivalent of 17 million people - believe they use their smartphone too much, according to the latest research from Deloitte. Generation Z smartphone users (16-24 years-old) are particularly concerned about their usage habits, with 61% (4.3m young people) believing they use their device too much.

21/09/2018Read in full

Get involved in an urban design challenge for the next generation

Get involved in an urban design challenge for the next generation

Have you ever looked at a public space in Cambridge city centre and thought it was ugly, neglected or difficult to get around? Here’s your chance to voice your opinion and help the Greater Cambridge Partnership to improve and shape our city.

21/09/2018Read in full

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Allia pilots European green initiative aimed at energy reduction in public buildings

Allia, the UK’s leading organisation dedicated to helping impact ventures to thrive, is a partner in GreenSoul, a newly launched EU pilot programme that aims to encourage more eco-awareness and energy efficiency by individuals when using shared spaces, such as public buildings, workspaces and offices.

21/09/2018Read in full

Cognidox launches latest upgrade to leading document management solution

Cognidox, the leading provider of document management solutions for the high-tech industry, has launched the latest version of its flagship lean document management software.

21/09/2018Read in full

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Discovery could explain failed clinical trials for Alzheimer’s and provide a solution

MRC-funded scientists have discovered a vicious feedback loop underlying brain degeneration in Alzheimer’s disease, which may explain why so many drug trials have failed.

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Festival of Ideas explores the dark side of technology

Cambridge Festival of Ideas explores the dark side of technology

From the growing dangers of the dark web and social media, to the technologies that improve lives, the 2018 Cambridge Festival of Ideas (15-28 October) reveals the latest research and findings regarding the impact of our rapidly-evolving technological world.

21/09/2018Read in full

Make a difference in Cambridge and gift your gear with Rohan this autumn

This September, Rohan ‘the outdoor & travel clothing specialist’ is calling for all people in Cambridge to donate any pre-loved outdoor clothing to help local community organisations, youth groups and charities working with young people in the outdoors.

20/09/2018Read in full

EACH charity’s new shop in Ely

Liam, 12, who raised £22,509 in memory of twin sister, cuts ribbon at EACH shop

A schoolboy who organised two football matches for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH), netting £22,509, is to cut the ribbon at the charity’s new shop in Ely.

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BlueStack™ brings disruptive innovation to Bluetooth audio

BlueStack™ launches today, a dual-mode Bluetooth software stack with a unique commercial model. Cambridge Consultants provides the IP for a one-time fee, creating a customizable platform for connected audio products.

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Roll up, roll up for Cambridge’s first Cargo Carnival!

Camcycle, the Cambridge Cycling Campaign, is marking World Car Free Day with a grand cycling parade of pedal-powered cargo!

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Cambridge MP celebrates community’s efforts to cure blood cancer

Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge, has praised residents in Cambridge this September, Blood Cancer Awareness Month, as charity Anthony Nolan reveal that Cambridge constituency comes top in the East of England for having the most residents on the stem cell register. In Cambridge, 2083 potential stem cell donors are registered with Anthony Nolan, with 178 added in the last year.

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New drugs could reduce risk of heart disease

New drugs could reduce risk of heart disease and diabetes when added to statins

New drugs that lower levels of triglycerides (a type of fat) in blood could further reduce the risk of heart attack when added to statins. These new drugs, which are in various stages of development, could also reduce blood glucose levels and the risk of diabetes, according to a new genetic study from the Medical Research Council Epidemiology Unit at the University of Cambridge.

20/09/2018Read in full

Team at conferences this season

Conference season is back, and Team is all packed

This October, Team will be exhibiting, speaking and attending various events in Europe and North America.

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Comment on plans for new village at Bourn Airfield

Plans for a new village on Bourn Airfield have been submitted to South Cambridgeshire District Council – and residents can now comment on the proposals.

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 ‘Rising Path’ opens - Cambridge University Botanic Garden

The new ‘Rising Path’ opens at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

The Rising Path at Cambridge University Botanic Garden, designed to offer a fresh perspective on the Garden’s historic Systematic Beds, will open to the public on Saturday (22 September 2018).

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Novel deep learning drug discovery platform gets £1 million innovation boost

Funding to support Artificial Intelligence (AI) in drug discovery takes a significant step forward today as Optibrium, Intellegens, and Medicines Discovery Catapult secure a grant from Innovate UK to fund a £1 million project.

20/09/2018Read in full

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