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The Migration UK cover

Chilling debut novel receives warm reception

Anglia Ruskin Lecturer Dr Helen Marshall’s debut novel The Migration, which is set in a Britain ravaged by storms, flooding and a mysterious disease, will be officially launched in Cambridge on Tuesday, 2 April.

25/03/2019Read in full

Creating the 5G network: apply for funding

Businesses can apply for a share of £1 million for international partnerships that will help develop 5G internet connectivity.

25/03/2019Read in full

Pills falling out of bottle

Latest Biomedical Catalyst investments will transform patient outcomes

Cutting edge projects have received £23 million of government funding under the Biomedical Catalyst, it has been announced.

25/03/2019Read in full

The Meet Cambridge team

Cambridge chosen as showcase for international event organisers

Cambridge and the region have been selected as an outstanding destination for a visit by international event organisers looking for inspirational venues for their conferences and meetings.

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New entrepreneur visas open to boost UK economy

The UK Home Office has confirmed existing entrepreneur visas are to close and be replaced with new Start Up and Innovator Visas, in a bid to attract ambitious business owners with viable business ideas.

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Working with conflict in teams - participants sought for research

Level Seven is looking for teams who would be willing to participate in its research into 'Working with Conflict in Teams'.

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Bioelectronic medicine – a drug-free solution to chronic diseases

In 2018, bioelectronic medicine was named by the World Economic Forum as one of ten top technologies to change medical treatment. IDTechEx Research’s market intelligence report Bioelectronic Medicine 2019 – 2029 forecasts the market to reach $60 billion by the year 2029.

25/03/2019Read in full

Why Pure believes the East of England is a great place to progress your professional career

Pure recruitment consultants are sometimes asked for advice on the career progression opportunities available in our region in comparison to those in London.

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Don't bin your unwanted toys

Calling parents in the East of England - the Easter Toy Amnesty is here

This Easter, the British Heart Foundation (BHF) is coming to the rescue of parents nationwide, asking them to clear out all those pre-loved toys and help raise funds for vital heart research. Simply request a free pick up and BHF will do the rest!

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Jonathon Clarke

Waterbeach world championship athlete auctions kit space to raise money for EACH

A Waterbeach athlete who will be flying the flag for Great Britain at the Triathlon World Championships in Switzerland later this year is asking businesses to bid for a place on his kit, with the money to go to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

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Cows about Cambridge

Have you herd? World-class art trail is coming to Cambridge

A 10-week art trail is coming to Cambridge in Spring 2020. Local artists, businesses, schools, and community groups are all invited to become part of an udderly unique art event.

25/03/2019Read in full

Benjamin Falcon

MRC researcher receives the 2019 Alzheimer’s Research UK Rising Star Award

Benjamin Falcon, a postdoctoral researcher in Michel Goedert’s group in the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology's (LMB’s) Neurobiology Division, has been awarded the inaugural Alzheimer’s Research UK Rising Star Award in recognition of his significant contribution to biomedical dementia research as an early career researcher.

22/03/2019Read in full

The Hallsville Quarter development. Photo credit Simon Kennedy

Metropolitan awarded 25-year heat contract at Hallsville Quarter

Metropolitan has been awarded the contract to adopt and operate the district heat network serving three phases of the Hallsville Quarter development in Canning Town, London for 25 years.

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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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 staff and students with their RTS East awards

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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GIS modular Ink Delivery System

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.

22/03/2019Read in full

 Professor Catherine Meads

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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