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Deyton Bell announces further expansion – Harriet Fear joins the team

Deyton Bell, the Cambridge based economic and commercial development specialists, announces exciting further expansion of the business with Harriet Fear MBE joining Director colleagues Chris Parkhouse, Steve McAteer, Pat Smith and Neil Darwin.

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Cambridge joins EU partners in ten-million-euro proteomics project

Cambridge joins EU partners in ten-million-euro proteomics project

The University of Cambridge has joined European partners in a major study of proteins which will shed light on the role played by biological systems in health and disease.

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Public lecture series focuses on vision

How we see the world around us is crucial to our understanding of it. This year's Darwin College lecture series explores this topic, asking how we define colour, how animals adapt their eyesight to survive and how we perceive visual space.

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New venue for Two Counties Business Exhibition 2019

On Wednesday 13 March, Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce 2019 Two Counties Business Exhibition moves to IWM Duxford Conference and Events Centre, situated at the front of its award-winning AirSpace exhibition, offering a unique and atmospheric backdrop for the day.

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Registration open for NSIRC Annual Conference, 2-3 July, 2019

Registration is now open for the National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) 2019 Annual Conference, taking place on 2-3 July at the Granta Centre, TWI Ltd, Cambridge.

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Babel: Moving beyond the language learning plateau

When you start learning a new language, you have many things going for you. But after a while, you’re not learning as much as you were at the beginning. Read Babel's top tips to help you overcome your language learning plateau.

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The Tipper Group attend Welder Appreciation training

TWI's Tipper Group gains practical welding training

TWI’s Tipper Group supports women working in industries involved in welding and associated technologies and, as part of their mission to encourage and support women in engineering, they took advantage of TWI’s in-house training school to take part in a welding appreciation course.

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Lloyds Banking Group supports East of England businesses in 2019 with up to £1.7bn of lending

As part of Lloyds Banking Group’s national pledge to lend £18billion to UK businesses*, the Group expects to support firms in the East of England with up to £1.7billion** of lending during 2019.

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Sourcing flexibility can improve performance, says study

Both delivery and product financial performance can be improved through greater sourcing flexibility, shows a broad empirical study of 336 European and US manufacturing firms co-authored by Professor Feryal Erhun of Cambridge Judge Business School.

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BIEA International STEM Youth Innovation Competition officially open

This week the 2nd annual International STEM Youth Innovation Competition was officially opened at a ceremony at London’s prestigious Royal Institution. The British International Education Association (BIEA) alongside its partner, the Born Free Foundation announced the competition before an audience made up of educators, STEM professionals, members of industry and invited dignitaries.

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The rise and rise of online video content

An Ofcom report says online time is growing, as is smartphone use. The challenge for companies is how to get in front of those eyes, says the team at Cambridge TV.

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Researchers develop comprehensive new way to predict breast cancer risk

Scientists have created the most comprehensive method yet to predict a woman’s risk of breast cancer, according to a study led by researchers at the University of Cambridge. The study, funded by Cancer Research, is published in Genetics in Medicine.

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Brexit - ‘Frustration’ under the microscope

While the populace of the UK can be heard loudly voicing its frustration at the drama playing out in Westminster, ‘Frustration’ of a very different sort – of a legal character - is being examined in the calm and order of a London court room of the High Court, says Dominic Hopkins of Hewitsons.

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Fertility clinic welcomes action on expensive ‘add-ons'

Cambridge fertility experts have welcomed calls for greater transparency in clinics around expensive add-on treatments.

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Cambridge Enterprise and Maxwell Centre at 2019 North American International Auto Show

Cambridge Enterprise and the Maxwell Centre are jointly hosting the University of Cambridge exhibit at AutoMobili-D 2019, within the North American International Auto Show in Detroit yhis week (14-17 January).

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MP reacts to Prime Minister's defeat, calling for the revocation of Article 5

Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge, has reacted to last evening’s crushing House of Commons defeat of the Government’s plan to leave the European Union, reflecting that it “shows that the Government's plans have been comprehensively defeated and are now in tatters".

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Illuminate celebrates 10 years

Cambridge celebrates a decade of mental health coaching with Illuminate

A National Lottery funded organisation in Cambridge that supports people to make positive changes in their lives through mental health coaching has celebrated its 10th birthday.

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Deloitte predicts UK technology, media and telecoms sector trends for 2019

The technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) practice at Deloitte, the business advisory firm, has today announced its predictions for the UK TMT sector in 2019. The news comes following the launch of the eighteenth edition of Deloitte’s TMT Predictions 2019 report.

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Redgate Software’s new data privacy approach endorsed with major awards

As the leading Microsoft SQL Server tools vendor, Redgate Software constantly updates and develops its software further to keep pace with changes in technology and market conditions. Two years ago, it embarked on an initiative to help customers comply with increasingly stringent data privacy regulations, and its efforts in developing its new SQL Provision solution have been recognized with two major awards.

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SKS365 selects Featurespace's adaptive behavioural analytics for fraud detection

Featurespace, the world’s leading provider of Adaptive Behavioural Analytics for fraud detection and risk management, announced that SKS365 Group, a multi-licensed international bookmaker and gaming operator headquartered in Rome, Italy, has selected its ARIC Fraud Hub to predict and identify fraudulent activity in real time, while reducing friction for its more than 1.5 million registered customers in Europe.

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