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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.

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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.

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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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'Significant breakthrough' in understanding the deadly nature of pandemic influenza

Researchers at the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford have discovered a new molecule that plays a key role in the immune response that is triggered by influenza infections. The molecule, a so-called mini viral RNA, is capable of inducing inflammation and cell death, and was produced at high levels by the 1918 pandemic influenza virus.

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How to avoid being replaced by robots

Balint Bertok, alumnus of the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship programme (PGDE 2017) at Cambridge Judge Business School, recently gave a TEDx talk about artificial intelligence (AI) in Cergy-Pontoise, France.

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Survey into public’s views on rape compensation

A criminologist at Anglia Ruskin University is asking the public to take part in a survey that could help shape policy around compensation provided to rape victims.

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Applications open for music project funding

Are you involved in creative music making that makes a positive impact on people’s lives? Are you looking for extra funding to start new projects or extend your work?

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The Cambridge hosts another First Time Buyer event

The Cambridge Building Society strengthens its support for potential customers looking to own their own home, by hosting another informal evening event for First Time Buyers early next month.

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Rising Stars – seeking stellar startups for national pitch competition

Tech Nation introduces Rising Stars, the UK’s newest and most exciting pitch competition.
Designed with the ambitious tech entrepreneur in mind, Rising Stars is on a mission to find the UK’s most promising early-stage startups and take them to the next level.

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Angola takes vital step to remove child sexual abuse imagery from the internet

Angola has announced a new system for anonymously reporting online child sexual abuse images and videos in partnership with international charity, the Cambridge-based IWF (Internet Watch Foundation).

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Festival of Ideas: marriage, what is it good for?

Cambridge Festival of Ideas: marriage, what is it good for?

Should marriage still exist? Does it make us healthier? When was the most dramatic change in the institution of marriage?

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Arm delivers production-ready open source Bluetooth Low Energy software stack to unleash IoT

Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is quickly becoming the Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity protocol of choice for a variety of use cases, including smart lighting, smart cities and asset tracking, where low-cost, power consumption and small footprint are fundamental requirements.

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Elizabeth Sani joins Salus Wellness

Elizabeth Sani has joined Salus Wellness, offering integrative psychotherapy and counselling for children and families, couples, adolescents, adults, individuals, males and females of any age.

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Council leaders call for independent review of Combined Authority

Greater Cambridge leaders are very concerned by the way the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority (CA) is working and have asked for a review while there is still time to improve the direction it is taking. The whole region risks reduced support from central government if local leadership is ineffective.

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Cambridge-based Brand Recruitment finalists for 6 national recruitment awards

Go-to creative, PR and marketing recruitment specialists for the region, Brand Recruitment, have been shortlisted for an impressive six categories at the national and prestigious Marketing & Digital Recruitment Awards.

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