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Darktrace ranks 4th in the ‘Deloitte UK Fast 50’

Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defence, has today announced that it ranked 4th in the ‘Deloitte 2018 UK Technology Fast 50’ at an awards ceremony in London last night (Thursday), with a four-year growth rate of 4,829%. Darktrace also achieved the accolade of Cambridgeshire and East regional winner.

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Repositive’s CEO recognised as WISE100 female social entrepreneur

Fiona Nielsen, CEO and Founder of Repositive, the Cambridge tech start-up on a mission to accelerate cancer drug discovery, has been recognised in the 2018 WISE100 (Women in Social Enterprise 100) list – a prestigious index of the UK’s 100 most inspiring and influential women in social enterprise, impact investment and social innovation.

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Government response to developer contributions consultation

The Government has published its response to the consultation on “Supporting Housing Delivery Through Developer Contributions”, reports Deborah Sharples of Hewitsons.

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UK still attractive for EU entrepreneurs

The fifth Congress of Polish Entrepreneurs is set to meet in London later this month where the hot topic for conversation will be the entrepreneurs' revolution.

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Domino’s digital printing solutions staff celebrate special milestones in 40th year

In the same year that Domino Printing Sciences celebrates its 40th anniversary, members of its Digital Printing Solutions division are also celebrating special milestones with the business.

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Meteor DropWatchers are an essential tool for printhead waveform

Meteor Inkjet launches new line of DropWatchers

Meteor Inkjet, the leading independent supplier of electronics and software to drive industrial inkjet printheads, further enhances its portfolio with the launch of a new DropWatcher family of products.

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Ely Country Park gets new play and picnic area

A nationally-accredited park in Ely has completed work on a new play and picnic area aimed at baby and toddler play.

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Arthur Rank Hospice’s popular Ely Festive 5K has now sold out

Find out more about how you can be involved in Arthur Rank Hospice Charity's Festive 5k Fun Run on Sunday 25th November.

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CyanConnode enters Philippines market with Adtel

CyanConnode, a world leader in narrowband radio frequency (RF) mesh networks, is pleased to provide details of a distribution agreement entered into with Adtel Inc to distribute CyanConnode's smart metering RF network technology in the Philippines.

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Anti-Bullying Week marked in Parliament by Cambridge MP leading debate

Anti-Bullying Week marked in Parliament by Cambridge MP leading debate

Anti-Bullying Week runs from the 12-16 November, and this year it was properly marked by Daniel Zeichner MP, with a debate in Parliament. Anti-Bullying Week, run by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, gives schools a chance to hold conversations about bullying, and how we treat our peers, in a constructive way.

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Mission Therapeutics and AbbVie sign DUBs collaboration in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s

Collaboration combines Mission’s unique science, chemistry and proprietary enzyme platform with AbbVie’s strong neurodegenerative disease research, development and commercialisation capabilities

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Meteor Inkjet offers image screening to optimise print quality

Meteor Inkjet further enhances its software portfolio with the integration of ScreenPro™, the ultra-high-speed screening engine developed by Global Graphics Software.

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Meteor Inkjet offers fully-integrated RIP for industrial inkjet printers

Meteor Inkjet further enhances its software portfolio with the integration of the Harlequin® Host Renderer™ to provide seamless, high-speed printing of a wide variety of native file types including PDF and PostScript®.

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Unique website design for London-based Harley Street Executive

Creating a new online brand for London-based consultancy Harley Street Executive

Granite 5 has launched a beautifully simple new website for London-based Harley Street Executive (HSE), a premium consultancy focused on strengthening workplace relationships and encouraging collaboration between key decision makers.

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An end to end deep learning benchmark competition

Myrtle.ai sets new deep learning standard

Myrtle.ai trains ResNet network 2.5x faster, using 8x fewer GPUs and at a quarter of the cost than previous benchmark winner

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London, Cambridge & Reading emerge as Golden Triangle for AI jobs

UK investment in AI is keeping pace with the United States, as healthcare leads the search for AI skills.

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Raspberry Pi introduces low-cost, low-power model to keep battery-powered projects going

A new $25 Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ has been released, delivering lower power consumption for battery-powered projects when compared to the existing Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+.

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Two fifths of the East of England’s SMEs lack basic digital skills

The latest Lloyds Bank Business and Charity Index reveals that 43 per cent of East of England SMEs lack the basic digital skills that could drive growth.

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Annual cost savings of over £1 billion if UK financial services firms go paperless

Substantial cost savings, estimated at £1.3bn annually, could be available if UK financial services firms and 80% of their customers, go paperless¹, according to a new survey from EY. This is in addition to the huge environmental benefits of reducing the paper flow between banks, insurers and asset managers and their customers.

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Wrongdoing proves beneficial

Negative media coverage of investment bank conduct around the financial crisis actually increased their likelihood of IPO invitations because it signalled shared values to corporate customers, finds a new study at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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