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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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Spitting Image archive comes to Cambridge

Spitting Image archive comes to Cambridge University Library

A Margaret Thatcher puppet and the unbroadcast script and video tape for the pilot episode of Spitting Image have taken their place alongside the works of Newton, Darwin and other treasures at Cambridge University Library – after series co-creator Roger Law deposited the programme archive at the Library this week.

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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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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 Keeping Pace With United States, As Healthcare Leads Search for AI Skills

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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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Search is on to find the Best British Tech Startup in Cambridge

KPMG has launched its annual competition to find the Best British Tech Startup and this year it is coming to Cambridge.

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To have or not to have a property survey – that is the question

It is the perennial question. Should I have a survey carried out in respect of my property purchase, or can I get away without having one at all? Clare Martin at Hewitsons discusses the issues.

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World’s first active reality adventure story set to hit King’s Lynn

The port town of King’s Lynn in Norfolk is preparing for the world’s first active reality adventure story that will see thousands taking part across the town and at various locations in west Norfolk.

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Daniel Zeichner MP leads debate in Parliament on taxi and private hire reform

Following the publication of the new report, Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Licensing - Steps towards a safer and more robust system, by the Working Group commissioned by the Department for Transport, Cambridge’s MP Daniel Zeichner, succeeded in being awarded a debate in Parliament on the report this week.

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SELECTRIC and City of Hamburg sign agreement covering Sepura hardware and software

The City of Hamburg has signed a new framework contract with SELECTRIC for the procurement of Sepura TETRA devices and accessories, as well as a comprehensive package of software upgrades and releases for existing devices.

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NW Brown appoints Paul Fox as Head of Financial Planning

NW Brown Wealth Management is delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Fox as Head of Financial Planning.

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Start the festive season at the Creating Cambridge BIG Xmas Party

Creating Cambridge is back with its annual BIG Christmas Party, which takes place on Friday 7th December at The Pitt Club (7A Jesus Lane,Cambridge CB5 8BA).

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Frost & Sullivan recognizes Linguamatics as AI leader for transformative NLP platform

Linguamatics I2E recognized for its unique and dynamic approach to meeting specific user needs across the Life Sciences industry

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Netherhall Students take on the Summer Challenge and raise £1200

Netherhall School students step up to raise £1200 for Arthur Rank Hospice

Students from Netherhall School in Cambridge are celebrating having raised £1200 for their local adult hospice, Arthur Rank Hospice, after collectively walking 11,200 miles in a summer pedometer challenge

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Tweet, to who?

Becca from kdm writes a blog this week all about Tweeting.

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Anglia Ruskin chief makes list of top 100 influencers

Anglia Ruskin University’s new Chief Operating Officer, James Rolfe, is named as a ‘face of a vibrant economy’.

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