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Michael Thorne CBE (left) and Iain Martin

Academic and musician receives honorary degree

Academic, musician and conductor Professor Michael Thorne CBE received the award of Honorary Doctor of Music from Anglia Ruskin University during a graduation ceremony at the Cambridge Corn Exchange yesterday (Thursday).

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Cambridge MP joins local students supporting Show Racism the Red Card

Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge, will today (Friday) be joining young people from around the city to hear what they are doing in support of ‘Show Racism the Red Card’ 2018.

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A breathalyser for disease: an evening with MacRobert Award winner Owlstone Medical

There is still time to register to attend an evening with Owlstone Medical, 2018 Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award winners.

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D&A Creative creates animation and marketing campaign for Allia Impact Finance

D&A Creative was approached to develop a marketing campaign to promote Allia Impact Finance's Scottish Charitable Bonds programme.

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Baroness Fairhead & Martin Frost next to Versius surgical robot

Baroness Fairhead visits CMR Surgical

Following a recent visit from Rt Hon Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, CMR Surgical welcomed Baroness Rona Fairhead CBE to discuss the company’s global expansion plans.

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Bryony Gordon

Meet Cambridge celebrates 20th anniversary

Meet Cambridge celebrates its 20th anniversary with Bryony Gordon as speaker at an exclusive charity fundraiser.

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Norah Al-Ani

Cambridge charity director receives honorary fellowship

Director of Cambridge Rape Crisis Centre, Norah Al-Ani, received an Honorary Fellowship from Anglia Ruskin University at a graduation ceremony at the Cambridge Corn Exchange this week.

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Jazz Festival boasts the finest female talent

Cambridge International Jazz Festival boasts the finest female talent

The Cambridge International Jazz Festival returns next month and, as with past festivals, there is no shortage of female talent.

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Alan and Peter Cowley

Launch party marks release of the first Invested Investor book

Founded by Peter and Alan Cowley, The Invested Investor is designed to increase the success rate for entrepreneurs and early investors by detailing the big dos and don’ts. Peter, a Cambridge based serial entrepreneur and seasoned Angel Investor, with co-founder son Alan, celebrated the release of their first book at a launch party this week. It was attended by leading angel investors and entrepreneurs, some of whom shared their own war stories.

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Cleantech Venture Day

Smart batteries, AI and behavioural science: innovative pitches at Cleantech Venture Day

Cambridge Cleantech has announced the final shortlist of 24 companies which will be pitching at its high-profile investment event, Cleantech Venture Day, to be held in London on 31st October 2018.

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Stansted Airport and Essex County Council logos

Join Daniel Zeichner and London Stansted Airport to launch The East of England China Forum

The East of England China Forum is a community of private and public-sector organisations that has been created to accelerate business activity between the Eastern region and China by increasing inward investment, exports, R&D collaborations, the exchange and development of talent, knowledge and skills, and leisure and business visitors.

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CRUK Manchester Institute enhances toolkit for computational and medicinal chemists

Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute (CRUK MI), has licensed Cresset's Flare for fresh insights into structure-based drug design.

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PredictImmune announces new patent grants and allowances across the UK, EU and Canada

New patents cover PredictImmune’s first family of intellectual property relating to methods for predicting autoimmune disease risk.

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77% of US consumers monitor bank accounts for suspicious activity at least once a week

77% of US consumers monitor bank accounts for suspicious activity at least once a week

Featurespace’s Consumer Fraud Sentiment Survey details attitudes and behaviors around fraud in online banking.

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  Crystalline metal–organic framework

Collaboration targets hard-to-treat cancers

Cambridge leads a £10 million interdisciplinary collaboration to target the most challenging of cancers.

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Bidwells latest research paper

Oxbridge Growth Corridor set to become £400billion post-Brexit powerhouse, says Bidwells

The economic contribution of the Cambridge – Milton Keynes – Oxford Growth Corridor to the UK’s post-Brexit economy could reach £400billion by 2050, Bidwells’ latest research reveals.

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The Cambridge Building Society launches range of Help to Buy mortgages

The Cambridge Building Society is adding a choice of Help to Buy mortgages to its product range that will be available to existing Help to Buy homeowners looking to remortgage as well as First Time Buyers.

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Wayne and Clinical Engineering Innovation team

Addenbrooke’s helps Invictus athlete Wayne’s bid for victory

A soldier who lost his leg after being hit by an 11-ton tank will be going for gold at the Invictus Games after a team effort by clinicians and engineers to make an advanced new limb.

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MedTech FUTURES Conference showcases best and brightest in healthcare technology

Health Enterprise East (HEE) is pleased to announce its MedTech FUTURES Conference on 31st October, a highlight in the calendar for all healthcare professionals with an interest in the latest advances in medical technology.

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Property’s premier debating event returns to Cambridge

City’s changing landscape is centre of debate as regional leaders reunite

Property’s premier debating event is returning to Cambridge for a fourth year, and leading regional property developer and investor Howard Group will once again take its place among prominent industry figures as part of the panel.

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