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Key study into Cambridgeshire Metro finds ‘compelling case’ to move forward with scheme

Key study into Cambridgeshire Metro finds ‘compelling case’ to move forward with scheme

A detailed report examining the feasibility of a metro system for Greater Cambridge and the wider region has found a 'compelling case' for the scheme.

22/03/2019Read in full

Global markets

Investment market update from NW Brown

Jason Butler of NW Brown gives his views on the current state of the market in these uncertain times.

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Levels of autism in China similar to the West, joint Chinese-UK study shows

Levels of autism in China similar to the West, joint Chinese-UK study shows

The first large-scale study of autism in China has revealed that around one in a hundred people in China has an autism spectrum condition – the same figure as found in the West.

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  A cross section of the type-I CTE filament. Credit: MRC-LMB

MRC scientists discover unique tau filament structures in head-injury associated dementia

Researchers at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB) have revealed the atomic structures of the abnormal tau filaments associated with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a head injury-associated neurodegenerative disease, and found that they differ in structure from those seen in Alzheimer’s disease.

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Anglia Ruskin students dominate film awards

Anglia Ruskin University students enjoyed a remarkable night of success at this year’s Royal Television Society East awards, winning six of the eight student categories.

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Inkjet expertise for functional printing & coating: GIS exhibits at IDTechEx 2019

Global Inkjet Systems (GIS) will exhibit for the first time at the successful IDTechEx Show, April 10th – 11th, Berlin, Germany on stand Q18. This highly successful technological exhibition focuses on the latest diverse technology capability, assessing user requirements and all the opportunities of printed, flexible and hybrid electronics.

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Anglia Ruskin University academic’s new role will focus on health inequalities

A professor from Anglia Ruskin University has been asked to join a Government advisory panel to help improve LGBT health issues.

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Last chance to enter SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards

There are only days to go to enter this year’s SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards, which look to celebrate the very best of businesses from across Cambridgeshire. There is a category for everyone.

21/03/2019Read in full

Ieso crowned Business of the Year at the Cambridge Business Weekly Awards

Ieso Digital Health was named Business of the Year at last night’s Cambridge Business Weekly Awards. Ieso - which provides live, one-to-one, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) online on behalf of the NHS and some of America’s biggest healthcare providers - was awarded the accolade during the prestigious annual ceremony, hosted at Queens’ College, during which it was also shortlisted for the AI Innovation award.

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PredictImmune wins Business Weekly Life Science Innovation (Product) award

PredictImmune, developers of pioneering prognostic tools for guiding treatment options and improving patient outcomes in immune-mediated diseases, is delighted to have been awarded the Life Science Innovation award for product development at the annual Business Weekly awards.

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A disastrously successful campaign

Usually, an advertising campaign is applauded when it produces rapid, tangible changes in audience behaviour. Especially when that campaign raises awareness about critical health issues.

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Stand out from the crowd: the best ways to use Twitter to reach your customers

Twitter can be an important business tool, but are you using it to the best of your ability? Never fear, Sookio has some tips to help.

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James Tarling, Ashtons Legal

Ashtons Legal advises on $4m investment into UK tech company

East Anglian law firm Ashtons Legal has assisted UK tech client Medical Management Systems in securing a $4m minority investment in its business from a US-based investor.

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Single nuclei sequencing advances motor neuron research

Dolomite Bio’s Nadia Instrument is helping researchers to gain a deeper understanding of motor neuron disease through the use of single nuclei RNA sequencing (sNuc-Seq).

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tinyML goes big

Today Audio Analytic is attending the tinyML Summit at the Google Campus in Sunnyvale, CA. Organised by a committee that includes representatives from Qualcomm, Google, Arm, UC Berkeley, Stanford University, KU Leuven and Cognite Ventures, the event focuses on how the industry can bring “machine learning to the very edge of the physical world”.

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Cambridge hosts human rights and climate change Amnesty conference

This Saturday (23 March), an Amnesty International UK conference exploring the effects of climate change on human rights will take place in Cambridge.

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Belgium’s largest hospital fights cyber attacks with AI

Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defence, has today announced that UZ Leuven, Belgium’s largest hospital, has deployed cyber AI at the core of its digital infrastructure to protect patient data from sophisticated and targeted attacks.

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Mogrify wins Business Weekly award for ‘Disruptive Technology’

Cell Mogrify Ltd, a UK company aiming to transform the future development of cell therapies, has won the ‘Disruptive Technology’ category at the Business Weekly Awards, in recognition of its novel bioinformatic platform, which is built upon a decade of world-class multidisciplinary science.

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Simon Peyton Jones of Microsoft Research

Top computer scientist chosen to lead National Centre for Computing Education

One of Britain’s leading computer scientists has been appointed as chair of the new National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE). Simon Peyton Jones of Microsoft Research has achieved worldwide recognition for his work on programming language among other things and will now lead the work of the centre as it improves the teaching of computing and drives up participation in computer science.

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Setting up a business in China?

The next event in the popular Crayfish.io webinar series - entitled 'Setting up a business in China' - takes place next Wednesday (27th March) from 9:30am to 10:15am GMT.

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