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Major presence for UK at world's largest general science meeting

UK researchers will play a leading role at the world’s largest general scientific meeting this week, with presentations on latest developments in topics ranging from neuroscience and patient safety in hospitals, to combatting fake news, living healthier and longer lives, and reducing the impact of climate change.

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Scrutton Bland marks its centenary

Local firm celebrates 100 years in business - Scrutton Bland marks its centenary

When Alfred Scrutton and Francis Goodchild opened their accountancy firm in Ipswich in 1919, it is unlikely that they would have imagined that the business would still exist today, let alone have offices in four counties and employ over 200 people.

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Brexit – the clock is counting down towards a new framework of law

By virtue of The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018, from 29 March 2019 the UK will enter a new legal world; a world in which English law will be a mix of the before and the after – those parts of European Law that are retained and a newly created body of law to fill many of the gaps that are left.

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TWI experts attend Surface Engineering Leadership Forum launch

TWI experts, including Technology Fellow Professor Alan Taylor were present for the launch of the Surface Engineering Leadership Forum (SELF).

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Supercharging AI at the intelligent edge

Why Arm’s new Helium technology matters

Dr Dominic Binks, VP Technology at Audio Analytic. writes: We are often asked if we accelerate using NEON on Arm. The answer we give is perhaps seen as odd, but for us, optimizing for NEON is a rather academic exercise...

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Student wins prestigious Sebastian Walker Award for Illustration

Walker Books is delighted to announce that Cambridge School of Art student Al Rodin has been awarded the 8th annual Sebastian Walker Award for Illustration. Rodin was awarded his prize at a private viewing of the exhibition in the Candid Arts Gallery in Islington on Wednesday (13th February, 2019).

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RHS 'Greening Grey Britain' grants up for grabs

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is calling on communities across the East of England to transform an unloved local space into a green haven this summer.

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Michael Stead attends Bowel Cancer UK Parliamentary Reception after raising 23k

Michael Stead, a dedicated member of The Cambridge Building Society team for 10 years, attended the annual Bowel Cancer UK Parliamentary Reception at Westminster last month as the largest sole fundraiser for Bowel Cancer UK’s Decembeard 2018 campaign.

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Diet could help runners beat stomach issues

Research indicates that cutting out specific foods can alleviate the gastrointestinal issues some people experience when they exercise, with over two-thirds of people involved in a new study reporting an improvement.

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CMR Surgical appoints Ingeborg Øie as Chief Financial Officer

CMR Surgical Ltd, the British company developing a next-generation surgical robot, announces the appointment of Ingeborg Øie as Chief Financial Officer and member of the Board of Directors, effective from 25 February 2019.

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Arm announces next generation Armv8.1-M architecture

Next-generation Armv8.1-M architecture is launched, delivering enhanced machine learning and signal processing for the smallest embedded devices.

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#MWC19: Nokia launches Cognitive Collaboration Hubs to help operators design 5G networks

In advance of Mobile World Congress 2019, Nokia has announced that it is opening a network of Cognitive Collaboration Hubs. These data science centers will further the cooperation between Nokia, operators, and enterprises under one roof in order to develop innovative, AI-powered use cases.

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Flexible, solar-powered supercapacitors could underpin new generation of wearable electronics

A breakthrough in energy storage technology could bring a new generation of flexible electronic devices to life, including solar-powered prosthetics for amputees.

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Biocair invests in reusable packaging

Biocair has invested in increasing stocks of temperature-controlled reusable packaging across a variety of its sites globally.

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Naïve, primed or somewhere in between?

Single cell analysis reveals details of heterogeneity in stem cell populations and how naive cells become primed for differentiation. Research also identified a new intermediate cell population showing characteristics of naïve and primed human embryonic stem cells which might be present in the early human embryo.

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Animate your fate: how to increase the success of your strategy with animation

It’s mayhem out there! How can you be seen or heard when we’ve got content, good and bad, assaulting us from every glowing rectangle in the world? Sookio's Animation Director, Alex Mallinson, explores the ways in which brands are earning adulation for their animation.

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Cheffins is changing

Cheffins has launched a new brand identity. Established in 1825, the firm has enjoyed a sustained period of growth during which It has re-evaluated its direction and objectives for the future.

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Hewitsons' College of Dispute Resolution and Litigation Lawyers

Hewitsons launches innovative dispute resolution and litigation group ‘The College’

In a move that emphasises its credentials as a leading specialist litigation practice, law firm Hewitsons has established ‘The Hewitsons College of Dispute Resolution and Litigation Lawyers’.

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Surface lakes cause Antarctic ice shelves to ‘flex’

The filling and draining of meltwater lakes has been found to cause a floating Antarctic ice shelf to flex, potentially threatening its stability.

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Fast-growing S&T sectors will need 40 football fields worth of lab space by 2023

Cambridge and Oxford will need around 40 football pitches worth of new lab space to accommodate the next five years of growth, a leading property consultancy has predicted.

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