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George Pippas

Honorary Fellowship for George Pippas

Former Mayor of Cambridge George Pippas was made an Honorary Fellow of Anglia Ruskin University during a graduation ceremony at the Corn Exchange, Cambridge, last week.

22/10/2018Read in full

The HS2 website

Studio 24 announced as finalists in the Construction Marketing Awards 2018

The Construction Marketing Awards showcase the construction industry’s creativity, innovation and effectiveness in marketing. Digital agency Studio 24 has been nominated in the category ‘Best use of website’ for the work it has done with HS2.

22/10/2018Read in full

Cambridge Festival of Ideas week 2

Cambridge Festival of Ideas: top picks for week 2

Immigration in post-Brexit Britain, migration issues in the EU, religious and political extremism and revenge porn top the bill during the second week of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas.

22/10/2018Read in full

Weldgalaxy

WeldGalaxy: A digital & dynamic knowledge platform for welding industries

WeldGalaxy, an international and collaborative initiative to create a digital B2B online platform that connects global buyers with the EU sellers of welding equipment and consumables, officially kicked-off on 4th October 2018. The consortium, led by TWI Ltd as the coordinator, comprises 11 members including SMEs and research organisations across Europe.

22/10/2018Read in full

Students from dosoco grant recipients, Rowan Humberstonen

Apply now for music project funding

Are you involved in creative music making that makes a positive impact on people’s lives? Are you looking for extra funding to start new projects or extend your work?

21/10/2018Read in full

Mutant cells colonise our tissues

Mutant cells colonise our tissues over our lifetime

By the time we reach middle age, more than half of the oesophagus in healthy people has been taken over by cells carrying mutations in cancer genes, scientists have uncovered. By studying normal oesophagus tissue, scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute, MRC Cancer Unit, University of Cambridge and their collaborators uncovered a hidden world of mutations and evolution in our tissues as we age.

19/10/2018Read in full

Michael Thorne CBE (left) and Iain Martin

Academic and musician receives honorary degree

Academic, musician and conductor Professor Michael Thorne CBE received the award of Honorary Doctor of Music from Anglia Ruskin University during a graduation ceremony at the Cambridge Corn Exchange yesterday (Thursday).

19/10/2018Read in full

Cambridge MP joins local students supporting Show Racism the Red Card

Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge, will today (Friday) be joining young people from around the city to hear what they are doing in support of ‘Show Racism the Red Card’ 2018.

19/10/2018Read in full

A breathalyser for disease: an evening with MacRobert Award winner Owlstone Medical

There is still time to register to attend an evening with Owlstone Medical, 2018 Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award winners.

19/10/2018Read in full

D&A Creative creates animation and marketing campaign for Allia Impact Finance

D&A Creative creates animation and marketing campaign for Allia Impact Finance

D&A Creative was approached to develop a marketing campaign to promote Allia Impact Finance's Scottish Charitable Bonds programme.

19/10/2018Read in full

Baroness Fairhead & Martin Frost next to Versius surgical robot

Baroness Fairhead visits CMR Surgical

Following a recent visit from Rt Hon Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, CMR Surgical welcomed Baroness Rona Fairhead CBE to discuss the company’s global expansion plans.

19/10/2018Read in full

Bryony Gordon

Meet Cambridge celebrates 20th anniversary

Meet Cambridge celebrates its 20th anniversary with Bryony Gordon as speaker at an exclusive charity fundraiser.

19/10/2018Read in full

Norah Al-Ani

Cambridge charity director receives honorary fellowship

Director of Cambridge Rape Crisis Centre, Norah Al-Ani, received an Honorary Fellowship from Anglia Ruskin University at a graduation ceremony at the Cambridge Corn Exchange this week.

19/10/2018Read in full

Jazz Festival boasts the finest female talent

Cambridge International Jazz Festival boasts the finest female talent

The Cambridge International Jazz Festival returns next month and, as with past festivals, there is no shortage of female talent.

19/10/2018Read in full

Alan and Peter Cowley

Launch party marks release of the first Invested Investor book

Founded by Peter and Alan Cowley, The Invested Investor is designed to increase the success rate for entrepreneurs and early investors by detailing the big dos and don’ts. Peter, a Cambridge based serial entrepreneur and seasoned Angel Investor, with co-founder son Alan, celebrated the release of their first book at a launch party this week. It was attended by leading angel investors and entrepreneurs, some of whom shared their own war stories.

19/10/2018Read in full

NanoSelect LF 200 (46-1711) vs Lindlar Catalyst

Strem Chemicals and BASF work together

An innovative solution from BASF catalyst manufacturing technology (NanoSelect™) sold in collaboration with Strem Chemicals for research purposes, allows production of heterogeneous catalysts in water with excellent control over metal crystallite sizes, reducing the amount of palladium required and the need for lead or sulphur.

18/10/2018Read in full

Cleantech Venture Day

Smart batteries, AI and behavioural science: innovative pitches at Cleantech Venture Day

Cambridge Cleantech has announced the final shortlist of 24 companies which will be pitching at its high-profile investment event, Cleantech Venture Day, to be held in London on 31st October 2018.

18/10/2018Read in full

Cambridge Food Tour banner

A breath of fresh air: food and drink events

Fed up with the usual Christmas dinners or events?

18/10/2018Read in full

Stansted Airport and Essex County Council logos

Join Daniel Zeichner and London Stansted Airport to launch The East of England China Forum

The East of England China Forum is a community of private and public-sector organisations that has been created to accelerate business activity between the Eastern region and China by increasing inward investment, exports, R&D collaborations, the exchange and development of talent, knowledge and skills, and leisure and business visitors.

18/10/2018Read in full

CRUK Manchester Institute enhances toolkit for computational and medicinal chemists

Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute (CRUK MI), has licensed Cresset's Flare for fresh insights into structure-based drug design.

18/10/2018Read in full

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