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201117_Cambridge Index

Cambridge Index drops 1.2%

The Cambridge Index fell 1.2% or 297.1 points to settle at 24,815.2, as six of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share prices.

21/11/2017Read in full

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UK entrepreneurs hungry for capital in 2018, new EY research reveals

The EY Fast Growth Tracker interviewed 371 business owners about their fundraising and exit plans. It found that funding remains the biggest hurdle to British business success, with 50% of business owners agreeing it is the largest constraint on their growth.

21/11/2017Read in full

Martin Jackson, VP, Engineering, 8power Limited

Martin Jackson joins 8power Limited as VP, Engineering

8power is delighted to announce the appointment of Martin Jackson as VP, Engineering with immediate effect.

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Photo competition captures the beauty of engineering

Crystal tigers, metal peacock feathers and a 'nano man' are just some of the striking images featured in the University of Cambridge Department of Engineering's annual photo competition, the winners of which have been announced this week.

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Why you should attend a brokerage event

Have you ever wondered what happens at a brokerage event?

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Fully integrated circuits printed directly onto fabric

Cambridge researchers have successfully incorporated washable, stretchable and breathable electronic circuits into fabric, opening up new possibilities for smart textiles and wearable electronics.

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Conference explores ways to combat online child sexual abuse

Leading figures from government, police, the third sector and industry will meet in Norwich this week to examine new ways of tackling the soaring rate of online child sexual abuse.

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Reliable combustion control analysis for cremators: new application note

Michell Instruments has released a new application featuring two case studies of combustion control in crematoria.

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Bailey Fisher launches Women 4 Technology Manchester

Following nine years of successful events in Cambridge and London, Bailey Fisher Executive Search is delighted to launch Women 4 Technology Manchester in partnership with Mills & Reeve, and supported by Cambridge Wireless, Deloitte and Eagle Labs.

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Don't let tax be a party pooper this Christmas!

If you're booking an annual staff event, such as a Christmas party or summer BBQ, now is the time to look at how much you’re spending on each member of staff to avoid any nasty surprises from HMRC for your employees.

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Award Winners

Little Dragon Films wins 'Best Research Film of the Year' at the AHRC awards

Little Dragon Films was honoured to receive - along with Dr Beth Singler - Best Research Film of the Year, at the prestigious Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) film awards held at BAFTA this month, for the film Pain in the Machine.

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Creative Review: Constructing a sustainable tomorrow

Constructing a sustainable tomorrow

Sustainability is high on everyone’s agenda these days, and much of the construction industry has taken this to heart. Balfour Beatty, at the forefront of this movement, recently hired Creative Solutions to create and deliver a month-long Sustainability Campaign.​​​

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A14 roadworks bridge to be taken down

A temporary bridge over the A14 at Swavesey will be taken down this week, having played its part in keeping construction traffic away from the busy A14 during construction of Britain’s biggest road upgrade.

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Deloitte recognises CyanConnode as one of the fastest growing companies in the UK

CyanConnode, the world leader in narrowband RF networks for Omni Internet of Things (IoT) communications, is the fastest growing tech company in the Cambridge and East region of the Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 2017 and has been ranked in 22nd place.

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New technique ‘Trim-Away’ targets and rapidly destroys proteins in cells

A new technique, called ‘Trim-Away’, directly and quickly depletes proteins from any cell type in culture. As Trim-Away can also distinguish between different variants of the same protein, it opens up new opportunities to understand the role of proteins in disease, say the scientists from the Medical Research Council (MRC) Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB) in Cambridge and the Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Biophysical Chemistry in Germany.

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Price Bailey hosts series of seminars to discuss governance in the charity sector

Price Bailey, the top 30 accountants, is to host a series of seminars for trustees examining governance in the charity sector.

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Redgate data governance survey reveals database DevOps is the key to GDPR compliance

Redgate Software has conducted a major new data governance survey among SQL Server professionals which demonstrates there are important compliance issues that need to be addressed – and that a DevOps approach to database development can provide the answers.

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Addenbrooke’s Hospital celebrates 30 years of MRI

Addenbrooke’s Hospital celebrates 30 years of MRI

A unique celebration was held last week to mark 30 years of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. Past and present charity fundraisers, clinicians, scientists, equipment suppliers and hospital staff gathered to celebrate this anniversary.

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Featurespace launches Atlanta HQ

Featurespace lands in the US - opens headquarters in Atlanta

Featurespace, a world-leader in Adaptive Behavioural Analytics technology for fraud and risk management, announced today the UK-based company will open its US headquarters this month.

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City Roots 2018 line-up announced

The spirit of the world-famous Cambridge Folk Festival will inject the city with winter cheer in February and March, when Cambridge’s second city-wide winter folk and roots festival opens for two weeks of exceptional music and events. Tickets go on sale today.

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