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Pavegen novel green energy flooring for winning garden

Pavegen’s sustainable garden feature wins Gold at RHS Chelsea Flower Show

An innovative sustainable garden which features a multifunctional custom flooring system from Pavegen has just won a gold medal at this week’s Chelsea Flower Show. As people walk through the garden, they step on special tiles which generate off-grid electricity.

25/05/2018Read in full

AstraZeneca's first 'Start-Up Science' competition

Attention life science entrepreneurs! Enter AstraZeneca's 'Start-Up Science' competition

Are you an early-stage Cambridge start-up focused on life sciences/healthcare? Time is running out to enter AstraZeneca's first ever Start-Up Science competition for life science entrepreneurs in the Cambridge area.

25/05/2018Read in full

Metal catalysts for organic synthesis - including organocatalysts and biocatalysts

Strem Chemicals is the first and only commercial supplier for many items in its new booklet Metal Catalysts for Organic Synthesis - including Organocatalysts and Biocatalysts which also includes metal catalysts for synthetic organic chemistry research and fine chemical production.

25/05/2018Read in full

Bennett Institute for Public Policy

Onespacemedia launches brand and website for the Bennett Institute for Public Policy

Onespacemedia has launched a new website and brand for the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, a newly established research centre which forms part of the University of Cambridge, to help build awareness of the institute’s work.

25/05/2018Read in full

Richard Tiffin and David Flanders demonstrate Field Explorer

Agrimetrics launches Field Explorer, a ‘digital twin’ for agrifood

The industry thinks in fields, so why shouldn’t it be able to access agrifood data that way? Professor Richard Tiffin, Chief Scientific Officer for Agrimetrics, explains how the organisation has made big data user-centric with Field Explorer, a radically new product for all players in the sector.

25/05/2018Read in full

house with solar panels

£102 million to make UK prosper from the energy revolution

The launch of a £102 million investment programme in new local energy approaches has been completed this week with the announcement of a new research consortium.

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Juliet Harvey of Birketts

First-ever Chartered Legal Executive appointed Vice Chair of Resolution

Juliet Harvey of Birketts has become the first Chartered Legal Executive to serve as Vice Chair of Resolution. Announced at Resolution’s annual general meeting, she will serve two years as Vice Chair before taking up her position as National Chair in 2020.

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How other people affect our interpersonal space

Have you ever felt the urge to cross the road or move seats on a train after a conversation taking place nearby suddenly becomes aggressive? Well, for the first time a scientific study has shown how the size of your interpersonal space changes depending on the tone and content of other people’s conversations.

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Engineers aim for the stars with new rocket engine

A ‘self-eating’ rocket engine which could place small satellites in orbit more easily and more affordably is under development at universities in Scotland and Ukraine.

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Presentation Skills courses help build your confidence

Presentation Skills courses help build your confidence

If standing up to speak in front of an audience is your worst nightmare, consider learning how to overcome your fears at an upcoming course run by Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration. And if you already present regularly, an advanced course will help you hone and enhance your skills.

25/05/2018Read in full

Sharon and Andrew with Lucy

Why EACH Colour Dash has special meaning for one family

‘Princess Lucy gained her angel wings and Heaven gained the strongest little angel. We cannot thank Milton hospice enough...’ – why a 32-strong group of family and friends will run the Huntingdon Inflatable Colour Dash.

24/05/2018Read in full

KISS culture: the importance of positive morale

KISS culture: the importance of positive morale

Hannah Room, Account Executive at KISS, takes a look at how the agency keeps its employees happy.

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Professor James Rowe

Clinic stays at cutting edge of dementia research

During Dementia Action Week, Cambridge University Hospitals takes a look at one of the oldest clinics in the country that treats memory and cognitive disorders – the Cambridge Memory Clinic – and at the changing shape of research into the disease.

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CGI of the Winerack supplied by Satori Creative.

Birketts secures £20m funding for the development of the waterfront ‘Winerack’ in Ipswich

Birketts has secured dual funding on behalf of Ipswich Wharf Developments Ltd to enable the company to complete the “Winerack”, a major Ipswich regeneration project.

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Greater Anglia cuts fares by over 30% between London and Cambridge

Greater Anglia has announced that it is cutting the cost of rail travel between Cambridge and London Liverpool Street by up to 33*%.

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Claire Clarke, Managing Partner

Mills & Reeve named 'best trainer' for the next generation of lawyers

Leading UK law firm Mills & Reeve has been awarded the title of 'Best Trainer' by leading recruiting platform LawCareers.net.

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New leader outlines business support aims and confirms cabinet

The new Leader of South Cambridgeshire District Council has set out a vision to significantly improve the support offered to small businesses.

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The Comfort+ door latch from Magna

Magna develops Comfort+ door latch to improve door quality and cabin quietness

For automakers, two key customer satisfaction considerations are the feel of a car’s door when opening and closing, and the quietness of the cabin. Magna recently developed the Comfort+TM door latch to address both concerns and has secured its first production contract to supply the new type of latch to a European automaker.

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Darktrace secures spot on CNBC Disruptor 50 list

Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defence, has today announced that it has been named as one of CNBC’s Disruptor 50, a ranked list of the most ambitious and innovative companies representing breakthrough ideas from all over the world. It has been selected from more than 900 nominees.

24/05/2018Read in full

 Travel to work  / Credit: Max Bender

Ditching the car may reduce your risk of dying from heart disease and stroke

Is it time to ditch the car and find a more active way of getting to work? It could save your life, say Oliver Mytton and Jenna Panter from the MRC Epidemiology Unit, writing for The Conversation.

24/05/2018Read in full

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