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Could regeneration deliver a low carbon community on the edge of Cambridge?

Plans have been published for how a major brownfield site on the northern edge of Cambridge could be regenerated to deliver a new low carbon community with thousands of new homes, jobs and high quality facilities.

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Cambridge Index tumbles 6.8%

The Cambridge Index fell 1537.8 points or 6.8% to close at 20951.9, as nine of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share prices.

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Cambridge and the East economy to weaken as economic forecast predicts slow UK growth

The East of England saw a significant slowdown in its economic growth activity in 2018, with 1.1% Gross Value Added (GVA) growth compared with 2.2% in 2017. However, the region is expected to recapture some ground with its growth rate improving to 1.6% until 2021, although this is still lower than the UK average of 1.7%.

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WaveFX films Ellie Goulding’s Facebook webcast, sparking a conversation on climate change

An event at the Royal Institution in London - filmed and live streamed by WaveFX -drew a number of influential speakers from politics, business and civil society, including actor Ralph Fiennes, Prime Ministers from New Zealand and Fiji, plus global music star Ellie Goulding.

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Sanger’s cloud computing wins award

Sanger’s cloud computing wins award

High performance computing community recognises pioneering work of Sanger’s scientific IT teams.

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Magna reconfigures seating

Magna reveals new seating ecosystem

Magna has revealed its vision for a flexible vehicle interior centered around seating reconfigurability and the opportunities new mobility and autonomy will offer passengers in the future.

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Firm directors are often preoccupied, says study

One-fifth of independent directors are ‘distracted’ each year by various issues, and this harms firm valuation, operating performance and M&A deal profitability, says new study by Professor Ronald W Masulis, the Pembroke Visiting Scholar at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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EACH thanks supporters for successful Light Up EACH Life campaign

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is sending out heartfelt thanks to all its supporters who joined in the charity’s festive celebration campaign.

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New membership directory launched for biosensor organisations

Sensor100 is compiling an international Directory of organisations active in the development and commercialisation of bio- and chemo-sensors. Each organisation will have its own page in the directory. There is an annual membership fee for listing of £100+VAT, with a 50% discount if paid before 31st December 2018.

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Book an exclusive tour of King's College Chapel this Christmas

King’s College in Cambridge will be opening its doors to the public over the Christmas holidays for the first time, to enable visitors to tour the College Chapel.

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‘What’s your number?’ The meaning of numbers in Chinese culture

Numbers in China hold special significance and many Chinese people will make different choices in life simply because of the date, or because a particular number spells out bad luck or indeed, good fortune. Crayfish.io sheds light on the meaning of numbers in this fascinating culture...

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Explore Independent Cambridge: Ian Olsson Photography

With the help of Independent Cambridge - the community of ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its weekly exploration of the best independent shops, cafés, restaurants, people, businesses, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Ian Olsson Photography.

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Tame your computer - change the view

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she explains how to quickly switch between day, week and month views (Microsoft Outlook)...

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Cambridge companies feature in SyndicateRoom's Top 100

What are the hottest companies operating in the UK today? Investment platform SyndicateRoom has ranked the Top 100 fastest-growing businesses in the country, from geolocation innovation to revolutionary femtech. Seven of these are based in the Cambridge region.

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PA Consulting acquires We Are Friday to grow innovation and digital expertise

PA Consulting (PA), a global innovation and transformation consultancy that’s bringing ingenuity to life, has acquired We Are Friday, a specialist digital service design and engineering agency.

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Deadline announced for 2019 #OnetoWatch Awards

This week, Cofinitive, the award winning corporate communications consultancy based in Cambridge, announced the key dates for nominations to its inaugural #OnetoWatch Awards, alongside the assessment criteria for entrants.

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Ashtons leads the way with solicitor apprenticeships in East Anglia

Ashtons Legal is proud to be continuing to set a trend in the future of training for solicitors in the region. The firm, which was among the first firms nationally to adopt the Six Year Solicitors Apprenticeship (originally known as Trailblazer Apprenticeships), now has four aspiring young lawyers training under the scheme.

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Vintage aircraft experience takes off

Aerial Collective is providing vintage warbird experiences at RAF Duxford, one of the country’s most historic airfields.

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Allia's top tips for an eco-friendly and ethical Christmas

Read Allia's top tips for an eco-friendly and ethical festive season!

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Top tips for managing multi-lingual events

Experienced interpreter Luciana Scrofani Green, founder and CEO of One Stop Language Solutions, offers her top tips for managing multi-lingual events - with the emphasis on working with interpreters and translators - in a new blog now available from Meet Cambridge.

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