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 Reflexion, a unique skin analysis concept.

Reflexion: app concept takes beauty tech to the next level

Breakthrough innovation specialist Cambridge Consultants today announced Reflexion, a unique skin analysis concept. The world’s first mobile app to harness Bidirectional Scatter Distribution Function, a sophisticated measure of reflected light, Reflexion measures the ‘shininess’ of skin, enabling personalised recommendations of beauty products.

21/02/2019Read in full

Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform enables Samsung Galaxy S10 line-up

Galaxy S10 5G is Expected to Deliver Transformative 5G Experiences to the World

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See the Way appeal

UK government doubling donations helping people See the Way to a brighter future

Cambridge-based overseas disability charity CBM is launching a new campaign to help people with sight problems in the world’s poorest places – and from this week until 14 May the UK government will match all public donations to their See the Way appeal.

21/02/2019Read in full

Cambridge China Centre are proud sponsors of new UK|China Award

Showcasing the enormous potential of UK|China collaboration

Cambridge China Centre are proud to sponsor a new category for the 29th Annual Business Weekly awards, the UK|China Business Award, showcasing the enormous potential of UK|China collaboration.

21/02/2019Read in full

Featurespace launches international behavioural analytics fraud technology into Singapore

Featurespace, a leading international provider of Adaptive Behavioural Analytics for fraud detection and risk management, has launched its ground-breaking anti-fraud technology into the Singapore market.

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AI cyber defender Senseon secures $6.4m to redefine industry approach

Senseon, the next generation AI platform for cyber defence, has announced the completion of a seed funding round of $6.4m. The seed funding will support Senseon’s scaling of technology and presence in EMEA and the US.

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Study shows there is no ‘average’ consumer

Study shows there is no ‘average’ consumer

Matching advertising images to personality traits can find the most suitable image for a particular customer and help win sales, finds a new study co-authored by Dr David Stillwell of Cambridge Judge Business School.

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Ella, who has been diagnosed with r(20).

Public invited to free Rare Disease evening lecture

Bridging health and social care is the theme for this year’s Rare Disease Day, and Cambridge University Hospitals is doing just that with their research.

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SBRI Healthcare awards £1.25m to musculoskeletal disorder and oral health innovations

SBRI Healthcare has awarded £1.25 million to help fund the development of thirteen separate innovations relating to musculoskeletal disorder and dentistry, oral health and oral cancers. The pioneering projects were discovered through a nationwide call by SBRI Healthcare earlier this year for innovations to tackle healthcare problems in these fields.

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Hundreds of ‘cool’ family events at this year’s Cambridge Science Festival

Which are cooler, dinosaurs or mammals? Were Neanderthals fussy eaters? Why are vile viruses and funky fungi so important to the human body? How much does dancing raise your heart rate? Awesome breakthroughs, controversial lightbulb moments and explosive insights revealed.

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Marketeer on the move - Liz Weston joins Belbin

Multi award-winning marketeer Liz Weston is on the move – after five years of delivering new accounts, overseeing and implementing innovative marketing campaigns and writing five national award-winning applications for Airport Lynx, she’s embarking on a new adventure by moving to Belbin Team Roles, also based in Cambridge.

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Good inhaler technique and PUFFClicker inhaler tracker.

Asthma: young people in the UK 'more likely to die'

A new study, from the Nuffield Trust think tank and the Association for Young People's Health, found young people in the UK are more likely to die from asthma than those in other wealthy countries.

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Sue Keogh

Sookio Director joins board at Cambridge 105 Radio

Sookio's Founder and Director, Sue Keogh, has been appointed to the board of Cambridge 105 Radio.

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Qualcomm's 5G NR technology evolution with new applications and expanded use cases at MWC

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM), today announced that it will demonstrate advanced 5G New Radio (NR) technologies at Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2019 to showcase its roadmap and the broad range 5G technology innovations and solutions being applied across new applications and use cases.

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Why 'Right to Work' checks should be carried out on all employees

Cambridge solicitor Julie Moktadir explains the benefits of checking your employees.

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Qualcomm simplifies development of mesh Wi-Fi networks featuring Amazon Alexa

New Development Kit, with signature Qualcomm® Mesh Networking Platform and Meeami Technologies’ ClearVoice far-field voice enhancement software, can speed creation of mesh Wi-Fi systems with Alexa built-in –

20/02/2019Read in full

Account Manager at kdm Annette Barnard

The beauty of a spreadsheet

kdm's blog this week is by one of the team's Account Managers. Annette Barnard, talking about how organised a spreadsheet can be.

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Invest in your employees

Investing in your employees is investing in your business. If you are about to embark on a #training and development plan for your workforce make sure you read HR Dept's blog and follow these steps.

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Darrin Disley, Julian Gough and Pierre-Louis Joffrin

Mogrify raises $3.7m seed funding to transform cell therapy via direct cellular conversion

Cell Mogrify Ltd, a UK company aiming to transform the future development of cell therapies, today announced a second close on its seed funding, bringing the total raised to $3.7 million USD, and the appointment of Darrin M Disley, PhD, DSc, OBE, as CEO.

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Tutors amd most of MACBI class of 2019

Talented illustrators display work in Cambridge

An exhibition featuring innovative illustrations by Anglia Ruskin University students will open at the Ruskin Gallery in Cambridge this month, following a successful display at Candid Arts Gallery in London.

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