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Cambridge Champagne Company set to pop the fizz at the ROAR Festival

Cambridge ROAR Festival, which kicks off next month and runs throughout the summer, has teamed up with another local business, Cambridge Champagne Company, to stage an opulent VIP Champagne Dinner on Wednesday 21 June at the Quy Mill Hotel and Spa as part of the Festival of charity events.

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Getting to know your audience: how and why you should

This how-to guide is based on a presentation to Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) members and students at the University of East Anglia. It aims to arm you with the skills and knowledge to paint a useful and valuable picture of who your audience is.

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Strem Chemicals adds vanadium to its extensive list of precursors

One of the many organometallic compounds produced by Strem Chemicals is Tetrakis(ethylmethylamino) vanadium(IV) (TEMAV) CAS 791114-66-4 Strem no 23-0365, a new product for which Strem has had a high demand.

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The project team receive Project of the Year at the RICS Awards

‘Project of the Year’ for Arthur Rank Hospice at the East of England ‘Property Oscars’

Arthur Rank Hospice wins again, at this week's RICS East of England Awards.

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Improbable raises $502m series B funding round led by SoftBank

Improbable, a British technology company with its roots in Cambridge, announced that it has raised $502m in a round of Series B funding led by SoftBank. The investment will enable further development of Improbable’s virtual world and massive-scale simulation technology.

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Azuri is named 2017 Gold Edison Award Winner

The Edison Awards has named Azuri’s HomeSmart™ home solar power solution its Gold Winner in Energy & Sustainability/Solar Solutions.

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Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker comes to Cambridge

Hailed as “one of the most important artists in any medium”, the award-winning and Oscar-nominated Italian documentary filmmaker Gianfranco Rosi is coming to Cambridge this month as filmmaker-in-residence at Cambridge University’s Centre for Film and Screen.

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Michell’s OptiPEAK TDL600

Securing energy for the future: Michell’s OptiPEAK TDL600 used in research programme

Michell Instruments is partnering with VSL, the national metrology institute of The Netherlands, on a jointly EU and EURAMET funded project to increase the use of energy from renewable sources.

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FlexEnable wins IDTechEx Best Product Development Award

FlexEnable wins IDTechEx Best Product Development Award

FlexEnable, the leader in the development and industrialisation of organic electronics for flexible displays and sensors, has won the Best Product Development Award at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2017 conference and exhibition.

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Money Mover nudges SMEs to build an FX strategy

Political instability is signaling a sea change the world over and forcing companies to reevaluate their positions in the global market. Part of that examination should involve taking a look at FX hedging strategy, says Money Mover, a cross-border B2B payments company.

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London Stansted Airport sets new passenger record for April

London Stansted welcomed over 2.1 million passengers to the airport during its busiest ever April, an increase of 11% over the same month in 2016 and passing the previous high for the month set in 2006.

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Birketts’ Commercial Property Team strengthened by Cope’s return

Jo Cope has re-joined the Commercial Property Team at leading law firm Birketts as a Legal Director.

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Health Enterprise East launches annual Innovation Awards 2017

Applications are open to NHS staff and small businesses with innovative new approaches to delivering patient care.

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Cambridge Independent's Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards open for entries

The search is on for the region's best start-ups and scale-ups across five categories: AI, biotech, medtech, fintech and cleantech.

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Former students invited to celebrate success

Anglia Ruskin University is asking people in the Cambridge area to nominate successful former students for awards, as it looks to celebrate the achievements of its alumni.

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Cleverer smart windows grow $6.5 billion market

A new IDTechEx report, Electrically Active Smart Glass and Windows 2018-2028, observes that electrically active see-through glass is an idea whose time has come, writes Dr Peter Harrop, IDTechEx Chairman.

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Make EACH Day Count

Children’s Hospice Week: charity calls on communities to Make EACH Day Count

Communities across the region are set to help East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) turn up the volume on its vital service by organising and participating in various novel fundraising activities. The charity will be shouting about its work during Children’s Hospice Week (22-28 May) and is encouraging supporters to do the same.

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Applications sought for music project funding

Are you involved in creative music making that makes a positive impact on people’s lives? Are you looking for extra funding to start new projects or extend your work?

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Quantum dots to shine bright with ROMIL solvents

Quantum dots to shine bright with ROMIL solvents

The Cavendish Laboratory is using ROMIL solvents to develop quantum dots for the next generation of solar panels.

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James Alflatt, Planning Partner and Head of EIA at Bidwells

Bidwells’ EIA seminars warn developers of imminent changes to legislation

A series of seminars has been delivered by Bidwells, focusing on the imminent changes to Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) legislation and the impact these will have on property developers and local authorities.

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