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Applications now open for Pitchfest 2019

St John’s Innovation Centre is now accepting applications for the Pitchfest 2019 Spring cohort of ambitious companies with innovative products and services who have the potential to scale or who are already scaling and are looking to raise between £100k – £1m.

21/01/2019Read in full

ADDERLinkipeps+

Adder announces secure, real-time remote access to HD video from anywhere in the world

Adder Technology, a global specialist in connectivity and IP KVM, is announcing an exciting evolution to its highly successful ipeps range of remote access products. The new ADDERLinkipeps+ boasts significant technological developments and brings enhanced remote access functionality to all industries where security and video quality are business-critical.

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Horizon Discovery extends CRISPR Screening Service to primary human T cells

Horizon Discovery Group plc, a global leader in gene editing and gene modulation technologies, today announced the extension of its CRISPR Screening Service to include ex vivo T lymphocytes. The service extension meets the requirements of immunology-based research in drug discovery,enabling new gene targets to be identified in biologically and potentially therapeutically relevant settings.

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Winding through London/  Credit: Benjamin Davies

Cambridge researchers support world's largest air quality monitoring network in London

Cambridge researchers are using their expertise in air quality sensors to support the new Breathe London project launched by Mayor Sadiq Khan last week.

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IDC's Affordable Injection Pen

What will be the Medical Trends of 2019?

Last year IDC’s MD, Stephen Knowles, gave his predictions about the medical industry in 2018. At the start of 2019, he reviews the highlights of last year, and forecasts what lies ahead for the medical device industry in 2019. His analysis points to a year full of exciting new technologies, increased regulation, but still plenty of opportunities...

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CES 2019

CES: chaotic, connected, competitive

By its very nature CES is a chaotic week. Long days, bright lights and a lack of natural air make it an exhaustive attack on the senses. But the halls were also chaotic in both structure and attendees, which highlights just how competitive and fragmented each sector within consumer electronics is.

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Podcasting at Cambridge TV

Learn how to podcast: one day training with Cambridge TV

Cambridge TV's one day masterclass on Wednesday 30 January teaches beginners and improvers how to podcast.

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A forbidden word

There's a word you often see used in job applications, biographies, social media profiles, and just about anywhere people try to cast themselves in a positive light. But if you really want to make a good impression, it should be annihilated, exterminated, and buried without trace. What is the word, and why is it so objectionable? Communications Consultant Simon Hall explains...

19/01/2019Read in full

“Ta Da” Happy faces as the final trees are cleared from vans at

Overwhelming support from local community for Arthur Rank Hospice’s Christmas tree recycling

Volunteers and supporters helped raise over £26,500 for the Hospice collecting recycled Christmas trees over two days in January...

18/01/2019Read in full

Cambridge Hack 2018 Event

Novahub appointed connectivity provider for 4th Cambridge Hackathon

Cambridge-based enhanced WiFi and connectivity provider Novahub has been appointed to provide its services to Cambridge University’s Hack Cambridge event, now in its fourth year, supplying internet connectivity to 350 hackers at the 24-hour event this weekend.

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Activ8rlives4 Health+Wellbeing App by Aseptika achieves CE mark as a medical device

Aseptika Ltd (Cambridgeshire, UK) is pleased to announce that its Activ8rlives4 Health+Wellness App has been approved by the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) as a Class 1 medical device.

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Can surgical navigation democratize surgery?

Can surgical navigation democratize surgery?

Cambridge Consultants recently brought together some of the brightest names and biggest companies in the medical device industry, to explore how surgical navigation can democratize surgery in the future and to envision the surgical navigation ecosystem of 2030.

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apprentices

Making the most of apprenticeships

Simon Fryer, CEO at KISS, says: "As an employer, we have explored a number of routes for our entry-level positions. Graduates are the standard candidates for these roles, but we’re interested in people who have followed different educational routes too."

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OrganOx's metra

Team’s award-winning work approved for use on the NHS

OrganOx’s metra is approved for use on the NHS with support from The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.

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Wheat - soil health, seed infection and harvest monitoring

Revolution in diagnostics promises early disease warning for farmers

With advances in biotechnology, imaging and organic chemistry changing the way farmers are able to tend their crops and livestock, the UK’s latest diagnostic tests are to be discussed - many for the first time - at Agri-Tech East's Pollinator event in Cambridge on 13 February.

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Recalling happy memories during adolescence can reduce risk of depression

Recalling positive events and experiences can help protect young people against depression in later life, suggests new research just published.

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Awareness is barrier to ‘plastic-free periods’

New research indicates that more needs to be done to raise awareness of the amount of plastic contained in commonly-used menstrual products.

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Linear Friction Welding

Registration is open for TWI’s Fifth International Symposium on Linear Friction Welding

Registration is open for TWI’s Fifth International Symposium on Linear Friction Welding, which takes place at the Granta Centre, TWI Ltd, Granta Park, Cambridge CB21 6AL on 20-21 March 2019.

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New Rubber Cheese website on a mobile

New year, new branding for award-winning Rubber Cheese

The team at Rubber Cheese is excited to announce the launch of its brand-new website, featuring refreshed branding, refined messaging and regular, thought-provoking insights on design, development and business strategy.

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Top Image Makers

Five in five for Cambridge-based communications company, Cofinitive

What a way to start Cofinitive's 5th year, being named one of Business Weekly’s Top Image Makers 2019 in their New Year Honours, for the second year running.

17/01/2019Read in full

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