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David Excell Featurespace

David Excell speaks to 'Atlanta Business Chronicle' ahead of Atlanta office launch

Technology firm Featurespace has picked midtown Atlanta for its North American headquarters. The Cambridge, UK-based firm develops machine-learning software to help financial institutions spot fraud.

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Cambond secures Chinese contract after mission to Wujin

After a trade visit to Wujin Green Building Zone in China, organised by Cambridge Environment Technology (CET) and Cambridge Cleantech, Cambond is pleased to announce a development agreement to work with Lodgi Woods Industry to produce an advanced environmentally-friendly flooring system.

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Artist's concept of the Voyager spacecraft in space. Credit:NASA

Scientists create cosmic sounds of Voyager 1

Music created entirely from data beamed back from the Voyager 1 spacecraft will receive its world premiere at the NASA booth at the SC17 Supercomputing Conference in Denver, Colorado, on Monday (13 November).

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Professor Lord Robert Mair the new ICE President

Professor Lord Robert Mair becomes 153rd ICE President

The former Master of Jesus College Cambridge, Professor Lord Robert Mair, has become the President of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). An expert in tunnelling, his civil engineering career spans over 40 years.

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Araminta Ledger

New Director of Campus Development announced at CUHP

Araminta Ledger has this week joined Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP) as the new Director of Campus Development.

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Redgate introduces SQL Server 2017 support for award-winning software suite

The SQL Toolbelt, the portfolio of SQL Server development tools from Redgate Software that won a Visual Studio Magazine 2016 Reader’s Choice Gold Award, has been upgraded to include SQL Server 2017 support.

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Microstructure of 316L stainless steel deposited by SLM.

TWI launches collaborative project to spread the use of additive manufacturing

The increased design freedom and potential to reduce manufacturing time has made additive manufacturing (AM) technology an area of great interest to industry. However, there is relatively little data about the properties and potential service performance of AM materials.

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Talkin' Things

TALKIN' THINGS and PragmatIC announce partnership to make trillions of products talk

TALKIN’ THINGS will embed PragmatIC’s flexible integrated circuits into its smart packaging solution to bring consumer engagement and brand protection to trillions of products.

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How to be a full stack developer

A little less than two decades ago, things were pretty simple when it came developing a website. Software developers were mainly focused on developing software and there was little if any distinction between the people creating the UI, and those developing the backend. Nowadays however, things have changed and responsibilities are equally shared according to employees' expertise and quality.

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Sample screenshots of Zephyr guide

Introducing Zephyr Guide, the free animated app for 'press and breathe' inhalers from CMS

Eight in 10 asthma and COPD patients have difficulty using their life-saving inhalers. This is because inhalers can be difficult to use. Good technique means easier breathing, improved health and better quality of life. Zephyr Guide will remind you what your doctor, nurse or pharmacist told you.

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Anu Kaushik receives the MicroTAS Video Competition award

Rap parody wins the MicroTAS Video Competition 2017

The MicroTAS Video Competition 2017, sponsored by Dolomite Microfluidics and Lab on a Chip, and supported by the Chemical and Biological Microsystems Society, saw first prize awarded to Anu Kaushik and Alex Trick, PhD candidates in the BioMEMS and Single Molecule Dynamics Lab at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Arthur Rank Hospice celebrates new home's 1st Birthday

Help Arthur Rank Hospice celebrate the 1st birthday of its new home

Tomorrow (11 November 2017), it will be exactly a year since Arthur Rank Hospice opened its doors to patients at Shelford Bottom. To celebrate the special occasion the Hospice is saying ‘No presents please!’ Instead, with the public’s support it is aiming to raise £20,410.96 - enough to run the entire Hospice services for 24 hours - between now and the end of November.

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Essex part of exciting new £42m flagship nuclear robotics centre

Essex part of exciting new £42m flagship nuclear robotics centre

The University of Essex is delighted to be part of a consortium of eight universities which has secured £42million of new investment to fund the National Centre for Nuclear Robotics (NCNR).

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Richard Bower AIM Altitude

AIM Altitude appoints new CEO

AIM Altitude announces the appointment of Richard Bower as CEO with effect from 1 January 2018. Richard joined the group in 2011 and has been Group Commercial Director since 2013. His previous roles included CEO of SELL, then part of the Premium Aircraft Group, and CEO roles with Renaissance Capital and RBS Equity Finance.

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Phosphorus ligands and compounds

Free copies of Phosphorus Ligands and Compounds booklets available from Strem Chemicals

Strem products are used for research and development and commercial scale applications, especially in the chemicals, petrochemicals, pharmaceutical, and microelectronics industries. For over 25 years in the UK and Ireland, Strem Chemicals has provided commercial distribution of products and materials, and it has offered a wide range of phosphorus-based ligands. Its product line has expanded as new applications have been found.

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Debug Tools for RISC V Microprocessors

Lauterbach offers debug support for high-performance RISC-V cores

Lauterbach development tools now available for industry’s leading RISC-V IP.

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Focus Wellbeing Ltd launch offers resilience training - the key to workplace wellbeing

New company, Focus Wellbeing Ltd, is officially launched today, at the height of World Mental Health Week, offering businesses and organisations resilience training, mental health therapy, wellbeing solutions and executive coaching.

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MCo logistics

ScriptX from MeadCo reduces costs within the logistics and distribution sector

ScriptX, from UK company MeadCo, provides controlled, consistent and efficient printing from Internet Explorer. Essential for logistics and distribution businesses, ScriptX enables labels, barcodes, shipping forms, and more to be printed in a controlled format, from every networked Windows computer.

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nadia product family

Dolomite Bio introduces the Nadia product family for single cell research

Dolomite Bio is delighted to announce the launch of the game-changing Nadia single cell platform, a groundbreaking system set to escalate scRNA-Seq to new heights, offering the fast-growing single cell research sector an innovative solution for a wide range of potential applications.

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CCS Metnet nodes deployed in London's Square Mile

CCS Metnet self-organising microwave backhaul selected for next-generation wireless network

Metnet from Cambridge Communication Systems (CCS) is now powering a new high density wireless network serving businesses, residents and visitors in London's global financial centre.

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