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Alzheimer’s research at the University of Cambridge to benefit from £5million gift

A gift from a Cambridge alumnus will support fundamental research into the causes of disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, enabling new approaches to combat them.

24/03/2017Read in full

Dr Tony Raven

Tackling the supply side of the tech transfer equation

Dr Tony Raven, Chief Executive of Cambridge Enterprise, shares some of his observations following the government’s Science and Technology Committee inquiry into ‘Managing intellectual property and technology transfer’.

24/03/2017Read in full

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Keystone supports future marketers with workshop at Form the Future event

New Cambridge Network member, Keystone Marketing has recently been involved with helping young people learn about a future career in marketing. Organised by social enterprise Form the Future, Keystone attended a careers workshop helping year 12s learn more about the work Keystone do and understand the opportunities available to them after their A-Levels.

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Festival gives schoolchildren priceless opportunity to see world-class musicians up-close

Cambridgeshire is being saturated by professional performances this month, as top musicians go into schools at over 100 different events. The 80 concerts, 12 workshops and other events are all part of ‘Cambridgeshire Music Hub Live 2017’, an annual festival organised by Cambridgeshire Music each March.

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Ten-year market projections from idtechex

Stretchable electronics: no longer just a solution looking for a problem

The electronic industry is in the midst of a major paradigm shift: novel form factors are emerging, ranging from the introduction of limited stretchability, through to ultra-elastic and conformable electronics. This transfiguration has been in the making for more than a decade now, but it is only now that it is beginning to make a substantial commercial impact.

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Moderate drinking linked to lower risk of some – but not all – heart conditions

Moderate drinking is associated with a lower risk of several, but not all, cardiovascular diseases, according to a large study of UK adults led by researchers at the University of Cambridge and University College London published in The BMJ.

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Senior finance professionals take part in Pure’s FD Breakfast Clubs

Senior finance professionals from across the East of England have come together to discuss corporate governance and changes to annual reports at a series of Finance Director (FD) Breakfast Clubs organised by professional recruitment consultants Pure and accountancy firm Grant Thornton.

24/03/2017Read in full

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Visit Synbiosis at ECCMID Vienna to see its IVD certified product for AST testing

Need an easy method to comply with EUCAST guidelines on AST testing? Come to Synbiosis on Stand 65 at the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) 2017 to see how ChromaZona can help.

24/03/2017Read in full

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Frost & Sullivan unveils top 50 emerging technologies that will transform the world

Insight from Frost & Sullivan's global emerging technology, innovation and convergence practice, TechVision, delivers decisive strategic guidance and enables stakeholders to initiate transformational growth.

24/03/2017Read in full

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How can you prevent bullying in your workplace?

Sadly, bullying takes place in a wide range of businesses and industries. Sometimes the bully is aware they are not being nice and other times the bully will not realise what they are saying is hurting the feelings of other people.

24/03/2017Read in full

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Transports of delight

Personal transport may be in for some revolutionary changes, predicts The Scientific Alliance.

24/03/2017Read in full

Daniel Zeichner MP to experience ‘Theatre of Plants’ at Cambridge Science Festival

Daniel Zeichner MP is to experience the "Theatre of Plants" at a visit to the Cambridge Science Festival this Saturday (25 March).

23/03/2017Read in full

Introducing the new Spring & Summer Dining Menu at Trinity Hall

Take a look at Trinity Hall's tempting new Spring & Summer Dining Menu

Trinity Hall is delighted to introduce its new Spring & Summer Dining Menu. Created by its talented chefs, the new menu showcases the best of this season’s produce with a particular focus on the provenance and sustainability of ingredients.

23/03/2017Read in full

Cambridge MP presses Government on post-Brexit data arrangements

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner today asked a Government Minister what progress has been made on securing a data adequacy agreement with the EU.

23/03/2017Read in full

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It's not all white

Colourful homes are the new requirement, says Admiral Homespace.

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International experts discuss benefits of music therapy

Leading experts will meet in Cambridge tomorrow (Friday 24 March) to discuss the benefits of introducing music therapy in a range of health and social care environments.

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Council welcomes announcement of government funding for electric taxi charging points

Cambridge City Council has welcomed the news that Cambridge will be one of 10 cities in the UK to be given government funding to install new electric charging points for taxis.

23/03/2017Read in full

Flag lowered to half-mast after Westminster attack

The flag has been lowered to half-mast over the Guildhall in Cambridge as a mark of respect for the victims of the attack in Westminster.

23/03/2017Read in full

Cambridge & Counties Bank sees property lending balances grow to £588 million

Cambridge & Counties Bank saw its property lending balances grow by £167 million to £588 million in 2016, a rise of 41%.

23/03/2017Read in full

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Struggling to recruit information technology professionals?

Many Information Technology companies struggle with recruitment; either struggling to get any traction from job adverts or just finding all the wrong candidates for the IT role they are recruiting for.

23/03/2017Read in full

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