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Council explores plans for future redevelopment of Cambridge Junction

Cambridge Junction could be expanded and modernised under proposals to be considered by Cambridge City Council.

22/01/2018Read in full

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Daily commute becomes art at Anglia Ruskin

A new exhibition examining the concept of “place” will open in Cambridge this week – and an Anglia Ruskin University academic will be contributing in a rather unique way.

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Birketts advises leading travel insurance firm on sale to Private Equity House

Top 100 law firm Birketts has advised AllClear Holdings Limited on its sale to Synova Capital for an undisclosed price. The deal sees Synova add to its insurance portfolio, which also includes its investment in Stackhouse Poland, the leading insurance broker.

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Growing Underground – how smart monitoring is helping an urban farm to flourish

An innovative and award-winning urban farming facility is creating energy-efficient growing conditions in tunnels 120ft below the busy streets of Clapham in London. Micro greens and salad leaves are thriving with the help of a smart monitoring programme that records temperature, humidity and CO2 levels.

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MP slams proposals to close Cambridge Magistrates’ court

Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge, has responded angrily to plans by Justice Minister Lucy Frazer (MP for South East Cambridgeshire) to close Cambridge Magistrates‘ Court.

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Local homelessness charity launches its expansion campaign #10FreshStarts

Local charity, Emmaus Cambridge, is expanding its Landbeach community by 10 new rooms in a campaign aptly named #10FreshStarts.

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AI and copywriting: do androids dream up eclectic tweets?

What does the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) mean for the creative industry? Rory Stobo, Sookio's Chief Copywriter, travels back from the future to save humanity.

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Webinar focuses on 'converting opportunities and sales in China'

The Chinese market can be very lucrative if you have the right product with the right pricing and you enter at the right time. But even then, the sales may not happen naturally – you will need to commit resources to develop the pipeline and convert inquiries to sales. You also need to know that your distributor or partner is working with you.

19/01/2018Read in full

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Team effort exposes ‘naked’ facts on flu

Cambridge University Hospitals has teamed up with a popular BBC show to further spread the message that it’s really important to get a flu jab.

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Could your firm join Owlstone Medical and Amino in the roll of honour?

The nomination deadline for the Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards is approaching fast. Today's category focus looks at the Hewitsons Award for Innovation and the Barclays Large Business of the Year.

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Is your drone footage safe and legal?

Drones are now a very familiar sight in our skies. You may even have one! Or if you are unlucky you may be among the hundreds of people who crashed one over the festive period...

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AI 'scientist' finds that toothpaste ingredient may help fight drug-resistant malaria

An ingredient commonly found in toothpaste could be employed as an anti-malarial drug against strains of malaria parasite that have grown resistant to one of the currently-used drugs. This discovery, led by researchers at the University of Cambridge, was aided by Eve, an artificially-intelligent ‘robot scientist’.

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Leadership and management MSc is specifically for the engineering world

Tailoring your leadership and management skills to the specific needs of an engineering workplace - that is what NSIRC offers with its new MSc courses in Engineering Leadership and Management. After proving popular with prospective students over the summer, the course is now recruiting for new starters to join NSIRC and Aston University from April 2018.

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Beyond fixed price tags: study investigates 'participative pricing'

Buyers have a choice in what they pay owing to ‘participative pricing’ such as online auctions and pay-what-you-want music albums. A new study co-authored by Vincent Mak of Cambridge Judge Business School provides an academic framework for this trend and suggests areas for future study.

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Price Bailey enhances insolvency offering with new appointment

Price Bailey chartered accountants and business advisers have appointed Marc Potter as a Senior Manager in their Insolvency and Recovery team.

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Magna supports new G-Class with world-class contract manufacturing

For nearly 40 years, the Mercedes-Benz G-Class has been built in Graz, Austria, initially by Steyr-Daimler-Puch and since 1998 under the flag of Magna International. The tradition of excellence continues with the new G-Class, introduced this week at the North American International Auto Show.

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Natural environments promote positive body image

New research shows that the natural environment has a powerful effect on promoting positive body image – and you don’t even have to set foot outdoors to experience the benefits.

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Tame your computer - manipulate messages

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 explains how to display the total number of messages in a folder, including those you've read (Microsoft Outlook).

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Take part in the Brand Marketing Salary Survey 2018

If you work in PR, comms or marketing, Brand Recruitment would love you to take part in its annual Marketing Salary Survey.

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Adam Jones, Partner at Birketts

East Anglia 'Family Business of the Year' shortlist announced

Family Business United and Birketts are delighted to announce the family firms that are in contention for the East & East Anglia Family Business of the Year Award 2018.

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