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Dominic Hopkins

BREXIT – an opportunity for Local Government?

What might Brexit mean for Local Government? Answers to the national Government on a postcard.

20/10/2017Read in full

Tasting tables at Apple Day

Celebrate all things apple on Apple Day

This Sunday (October 22nd) is Apple Day at Cambridge University Botanic Garden - a family favourite and a chance to celebrate all things apple!

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Funding

I’m about to apply for funding. Is my application good enough?

Applying for funding can be a test at the best of times. There’s no all-encompasing ‘how-to guide’ that tells you if you’re doing a good job or not. The Enterprise Europe Network has a team of advisors that are experts in topics like securing EU and national funding for research and innovation.

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Simon Caltagirone

Senior Associate joins Birketts’ Corporate Criminal Defence Team

Birketts, the full service law firm based in East Anglia, has announced the appointment of Simon Caltagirone as a Senior Associate in its Corporate Criminal Defence Team.

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Professor Maria Tatar

World-renowned fairytale scholar is honoured

One of the world’s foremost scholars on folk and fairy tales and children’s literature, Professor Maria Tatar, received the award of Honorary Doctor of the Arts from Professor Iain Martin, Vice Chancellor of Anglia Ruskin University, during a ceremony at Cambridge Corn Exchange this week.

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Nanosecond Pulsed Laser

Nanosecond pulsed laser expands opportunities for project work

A G4 100W nanosecond pulsed fibre laser supplied by SPI Lasers has brought new opportunities for TWI Industrial Members to pursue novel project work.

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Ely St Mary's Year 3 strings project

Cambridgeshire Music among top five in region for delivering Arts Award

Children across Cambridgeshire are top of the class when it comes to artistic achievements, thanks to the ‘trailblazing’ work of Cambridgeshire Music – the organisation that brings music education to thousands of young people and 200 schools in the county, supported using public funding by Arts Council England.

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Ely Cathedral hosts busy Skills Fair

Ely Cathedral hosts busy Skills Fair

Last week saw a busy day for students in East Cambridgeshire as many gathered in the impressive Ely Cathedral for this year’s Skills Fair.

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Daniel Zeichner MP launches 3rd Annual Pumpkin Festival in Cambridge

Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge will attend the third annual Pumpkin Festival tomorrow (Friday) at Sainsbury’s (Coldham’s Lane, Cambridge) to launch the week-long activities at the ‘Feed the 1000‘ event. The Cambridge Pumpkin Festival is an initiative by Cambridge Sustainable Food (CSF) and the events during the week will highlight the importance of food sustainability.

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Alex Cooper,Hans Pung,Matt Fossey,Professor Iain Martin

New research centre established to support Armed Forces community

Policy makers, professionals and members of the public with an interest in ex-Service personnel and their families will be among those to benefit from a new research centre set up specifically to support the research needs of the Armed Forces community, which launches this week.

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Can you lead Sugar Smart communications for Cambridge?!

Can you lead Sugar Smart communications for Cambridge?!

Cambridge Sustainable Food is looking for a Communications and Events Manager for the second stage of their Sugar Smart Campaign being launched in January 2018.

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Greenwoods receives excellent ratings in Legal 500 2017

Greenwoods Solicitors LLP receives excellent ratings in Legal 500 2017

The 2017 edition of The Legal 500 - an independent review of law firms - has just been published and Greenwoods Solicitors LLP has secured excellent ratings.

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TWI Environment

TWI shows dedication to the environment through new international standard

Looking after the environment is an important part of any modern business and TWI has demonstrated its dedication to this by seeking approval to the newly-updated ISO 14001 standard for environmental management systems.

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Paul Walsh

Cognidox announces the passing of CEO Paul Walsh and names Joe Byrne as CEO

Cognidox announced that Paul Walsh, its co-founder and CEO, passed away on October 3rd following a long illness with cancer. Experienced technology executive Joe Byrne, who was identified by Paul as his potential successor earlier in the year, has been named as interim CEO of the document management and web portal software provider.

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Draco and Pacifica antennas come in three physical variants

Antenova introduces terminal antennas in three designs for ISM and cellular bands

Antenova Ltd, manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules, is introducing two brand new antennas for the ISM and cellular frequencies. These antennas are designed to be used on the exterior of a product, and are built to an ergonomic blade design to blend well into the outside of the design.

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Haematology unit is high-tech boost for patients

Haematology unit is high-tech boost for patients

An internationally renowned centre of clinical excellence at Cambridge University Hospitals has officially opened a high-tech facility which will double the number of patients it can treat.

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Magna forms e-powertrain joint venture in China

Magna forms e-powertrain joint venture in China

To expand its global electrified powertrain offerings and strengthen its local footprint in China, Magna has entered into a joint-venture agreement with Huayu Automotive Systems Co., Ltd. (HASCO,600741.SH), a subsidiary of SAIC Motor.

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All the things / Credit: Harlow Heslop

Living in a material world: why 'things' matter

Things structure our lives. They enrich us, embellish us and express our hopes and fears. Here, four academics from different disciplines explain why understanding how we interact with our material world can reveal unparalleled insights into what it is to be human.

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Cambridge Festival of Ideas programme cover

Cambridge Festival of Ideas prepares for a bumper first weekend

A packed programme of events focusing on the theme of ‘truth’ form part of the annual two-week celebration of arts, humanities and social sciences at the Cambridge Festival of Ideas this weekend.

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L-R: David Pearson,Sean Kent,Julie Inns, Richard Noble

Event underlines the business case for diversity in organisations

Cambridge Network’s ‘Diversity’ event this week focused on different aspects of inclusion and diversity within the private and public sectors, highlighting the benefits of successful policies in organisations large and small.

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