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Horizon Discovery announces leadership changes

Horizon Discovery Group plc (LSE: HZD), a global leader in gene editing and gene modulation technologies, today announces that Dr Darrin M. Disley has decided to step down as Chief Executive Officer in order to pursue other business interests.

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Cambridge Science Festival: making sense of the brain

Is normal perception simply a controlled hallucination? How does the heart control our thoughts and feelings? How close are we to being able to repair brain damage? Could a game help to defeat dementia?

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Keen to build your scientific career?

Cambridge Network's special Science Recruitment event next Tuesday (27th February) is for anyone involved in any kind of science who is looking for a job, about to embark on a career or is simply considering a change. Come along to meet some of the region's top employers.

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Magnificent seven for Anglia Ruskin athletes

Student athletes from Anglia Ruskin University brought home seven medals from a successful weekend at the annual British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Championships in Sheffield.

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Self-employment forum: saving for the future

The RSA and Etsy are canvassing ideas for how to improve long-term savings and retirement security for the self-employed. Whether it’s deploying nudge techniques, ironing out flaws in the tax system or creating more flexible pension models, they want to hear your proposals.

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Nokia introduces services, technology to help operators address needs of digital cities

Nokia introduces services, technology to help operators address needs of digital cities

Nokia today launched services to solve challenges of urbanization. IoT for Smart Cities and Sensing as a Service introduce the benefits of IoT in building economically and environmentally sustainable cities. For urban safety, Nokia introduces S-MVNO for Public Safety service, which enhances commercial LTE networks to meet mission critical requirements of public safety agencies.

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It’s time to talk about men’s mental health - 'No man left behind'

Next Saturday (February 24th), Allia will bring together a group of 20 men at its Future Business Centre on Norfolk Street to identify solutions for encouraging men to talk more openly about their mental health.

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Auto-enrolment pension contributions set to increase

By law, on 6 April 2018 minimum auto-enrolment contributions levels are set to increase, with a second phase due on 6 April 2019.

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Cambridge Index climbs 3.2%

The Cambridge Index surged 781.7 points or 3.2% to close at 24,936.6, as nine of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.

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Emerging conductive inks and pastes markets will grow to represent a $580m market opportunity

The new report by IDTechEx Research, Conductive Ink Markets 2018-2028: Forecasts, Technologies, Players, provides the most comprehensive and authoritative view of the conductive inks and paste market, giving detailed ten-year market forecasts segmented by application and material type.

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Calcium may play a role in the development of Parkinson’s disease

Researchers have found that excess levels of calcium in brain cells may lead to the formation of toxic clusters that are the hallmark of Parkinson’s disease.

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Speechmatics launches Global English, an accent-agnostic language pack

Today, Speechmatics is announcing the launch of Global English, a single English language pack supporting all major English accents for use in speech-to-text transcription. Global English (GE) was trained on thousands of hours of spoken data from over 40 countries and tens of billions of words drawn from global sources, making it one of the most comprehensive and accurate accent-agnostic transcription solutions on the market.

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The company you keep: how partnerships affect employees

‘We’re sponsoring what?’ Corporate sponsorship affects how employees view their firm and self, and the results can be surprising, finds a new study co-authored by Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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The importance of the Circular Economy – why we should all be interested

Economic growth, while desirable, tends to be linked to consumption, yet consumption cannot continue indefinitely at the expense of the earth’s resources. But there is a movement, ‘the Circular Economy’ which encourages large and small businesses, organisations and individuals to look at all their processes and habits to minimise consumption and waste.

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Cambridge Information and Intellectual Property Meeting (CIIPM) update

The next CIIPM training day takes place on March 14th at Homerton College Conference Centre. There are two courses: IP and Commercialisation (am) and Freedom to Operate (FTO) Search & Analysis (pm). Book this week to take advantage of the early bird booking rate which ends on Friday February 23rd.!

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Celebrating 3 years of Camrosh: dealing with complexity so you don’t have to

Camrosh is at the forefront of innovation and technology and its role for the past three years has been to give businesses, in any stage of development, the insights and confidence to thrive in the face of uncertainty.

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Tame your computer - top 10 tips for Excel

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she she offers her top ten Microsoft Excel shortcuts...

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Third Light welcomes new joiners as it continues strong business growth

Third Light appoints three new female employees, further expanding its sales, marketing and design teams.

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NW Brown offers help with planning for the end of tax year

As with many deadlines, it is easy to put off planning for the end of the tax year.

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Using drones for roof inspections and surveys

Using small unmanned aircraft in business has become popular over the past three years. This is because of the speed of development of new UAV technology (driven by the giant leaps in smartphone tech) and its ever-growing convergence with mobile devices.

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