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UltraSoC attracts fresh investment: industry recognises potential for embedded intelligence

UltraSoC today announces the completion of a £5m ($6.4m) funding round to drive continued deployment of its technology and realise its vision of embedding intelligent analytics capabilities into every chip.

26/05/2017Read in full

Repositive launches Personal Genome Project data collection

Repositive, the company that created the world’s largest portal for accessing human genomic research data, is expanding the range of data available with the launch of a Specialist Data Collection for the Personal Genome Project.

26/05/2017Read in full

Artfinder artist Katie Hibberd © Artfinder

Where the art lovers live: Cambridge crowned as art buying capital of the UK

The UK’s biggest art marketplace Artfinder has published a report on art buying habits across the UK, with Cambridge revealed as the number one art buying city, with 916 artworks bought per million inhabitants in 2016.

26/05/2017Read in full

PragmatIC named Future Planet 'Company of the Year'

PragmatIC named Future Planet 'Company of the Year'

PragmatIC is proud to be the winner of the 2017 Future Planet Awards. This prestigious award recognises the potential for PragmatIC to change the world with its unique approach to ultra low cost flexible electronics.

26/05/2017Read in full

The Cambridge Building at Babraham

Babraham Conference attracts over 120 investors focused on life science and med-tech

Held at The Babraham Research Campus, the annual Babraham Investor Conference (BIC) gave scale-up and venture-stage growth companies seeking Seed to Series C funding, the opportunity to showcase their science to investors actively seeking further investment opportunities.

26/05/2017Read in full

Lee Metters receives the award from Michael Seidl

Domino wins prestigious international award for book printing solution

For the second year running, Domino Digital Printing Solutions has won an award at the annual European Digital Press (EDP) Association Awards.

26/05/2017Read in full

PRCA Dare Awards 2017.

Conscious Communications shortlisted for fifth award of the year

Conscious Communications has been nominated for Small Consultancy of the Year for the South East and East Anglia region in the PRCA Dare Awards 2017.

26/05/2017Read in full

Identical twins have identical vision – new study

Optical aberrations in healthy people are caused by genetics rather than environmental or lifestyle factors, according to research by Anglia Ruskin University published in the journal Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science.

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Vicki Mitman (centre)  - EWIF award winner

Vicki Mitman announced as EWIF award winner

Birketts is delighted to announce that Vicki Mitman, an Associate Solicitor in Birketts’ Franchising Team, has won Encouraging Women Into Franchising’s (EWIF) ‘Service Provider of the Year’ award.

26/05/2017Read in full

Ashtons' Employment Law and HR Team

HR Managers focus on employee engagement

East Anglian HR Managers and staff are seemingly more concerned about the issue of employee engagement than about other potentially topical staff matters, according to a straw poll taken at an employment conference hosted by Ashtons Legal and global recruiters Hays.

26/05/2017Read in full

Barbara Fleck

New partner appointed at Appleyard Lees, Cambridge

Leading intellectual property firm, Appleyard Lees has announced the appointment of a second partner to its Cambridge office. Barbara Fleck joins as a specialist biotechnology Patent Attorney.

26/05/2017Read in full

Comply, control, analyse and save with Energise

Comply, control, analyse and save with Energise

Energise is launching its new services portfolio focusing on the four critical stages of energy management – compliance, control, analysis and costs – to create a joined-up approach for its customers.

26/05/2017Read in full

Cambridge University Botanic Garden appoints digital agency Studio 24

The Cambridge University Botanic Garden is one of the largest University-owned botanic gardens in the world and is a beautiful and inspiring garden open to the public, schools, academics and researchers.

26/05/2017Read in full

Animation

Don’t complicate, animate! How to use visuals to explain complex concepts

You're in health, science or tech and are bringing your product to market after years of development. You're an academic looking to share your theories with the wider public. But how are you going to convey such complex concepts without 2000 words of text that no one will understand? This is where animation comes in, explains Sookio's Alex Mallinson.

26/05/2017Read in full

Artist's impression of the new collaboration space

Britain’s new engineering university NMiTE names CEO and calls for engineers to join the team

NMiTE, Britain’s new engineering university, has appointed Professor Janusz Kozinski as its inaugural President and Chief Executive.

26/05/2017Read in full

one candidate stands out from the crowd

The Recruitment Process: Attracting candidates

This is the third in a series of six blog posts that will help you understand the main parts of the recruitment process.

26/05/2017Read in full

Archaeology of Crossrail interactive exhibition

Studio 24 launches Archaeology of Crossrail interactive exhibition website

Cambridge digital agency Studio 24 is proud to launch the Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail website for Crossrail today.

25/05/2017Read in full

Lycotec CEO Dr Ivan Petyaev is presenting at the Second Symposiu

Lycotec CEO Dr Ivan Petyaev presents at the Second Symposium on Skin Microbiota in Paris

Lycotec CEO Dr Ivan Petyaev is presenting at the Second Symposium on Skin Microbiota in Paris. The title of his lecture will be: Reverse of skin ageing: non invasive print tests for sebum – corneocytes – microbiota.

25/05/2017Read in full

Tech innovators tasked with solving real-world challenges

New £350K R&D competition tasks tech innovators with solving real-world challenges

A new initiative launched today by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the High Value Manufacturing Catapult (HVMC) is seeking innovative UK small and medium enterprises (SMEs) whose technology can be adapted and commercialised to solve societal and industry challenges in sectors that are new to the company.

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Winning students Dane,Salem,Aman and Gemma

Medimmune and UTC Cambridge complete third student Challenge Project

MedImmune, the global biologics research and development arm of AstraZeneca, and University Technical College (UTC) Cambridge have completed an eight-week ‘Challenge Project’ for 45 Year Ten students, focused on exposing students to the multifaceted processes involved in delivering new biological medicines to patients with high unmet needs.

25/05/2017Read in full

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