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 Precision 75 Ohms Micro BNC connector

Micro BNC connectors launched for smaller, lighter cameras and broadcast equipment

Cambridge Electronic Industries, a specialist designer and manufacturer of coaxial connectors and cable assemblies for the broadcast and machine vision markets, is launching a new range of high speed Micro BNC connectors for smaller cameras and devices using the higher resolution formats: 12G-SDI, 4K, HDR and UHD, where higher density is required.

27/04/2018Read in full

Robot avatars

Meet the robot avatars helping Cambridge students combine education and motherhood

They are 40cm tall, made of white plastic, and don’t look like your average students, but robot avatars have taken their place in the classroom at Cambridge University – to help two mothers with new-born babies continue their Masters degrees in Genomic Medicine.

27/04/2018Read in full

Analyser aids oxygen control in combustion applications

Measuring the oxygen within the combustion process is essential as it ensures optimal control, validates oxygen levels and safeguards against potential hazards as well as undesirable reactions.

27/04/2018Read in full

WOW Air flights across the Atlantic take off from Stansted

WOW Air flights across the Atlantic take off from London Stansted

WOW air’s inaugural flight from London Stansted Airport took off this week (Wednesday 25 April), connecting with the low-cost airline’s new long haul route to Detroit.

27/04/2018Read in full

 solid-state LiDAR

Magna wins LiDAR business with BMW Group

On the road to developing autonomous technologies, perhaps nothing is more important than the vehicle being able to see the world around it. To help meet this challenge, Magna and its partner, Innoviz Technologies, will supply the BMW Group with solid-state LiDAR for upcoming autonomous vehicle production platforms.

27/04/2018Read in full

Cambridge MP and Bishop of Ely join the Street Pastors on a late night patrol

Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge, and the Right Revd Stephen Conway, Bishop of Ely, will be joining the Cambridge Street Pastors this evening (Friday) from just before midnight to witness first-hand the support they provide to late night revellers.

27/04/2018Read in full

Law Clinic opens to the public in Cambridge

Anglia Ruskin University has launched a Law Clinic on its Cambridge campus – the first of its kind in the city – offering free, independent and confidential legal advice to the public.

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Meteor discusses the unique requirements of RIPs for industrial inkjet systems

Ken Hillier will discuss the unique requirements of RIPs (raster image processors) for industrial inkjet systems at InPrint Chicago 2018 next week, highlighting how the interaction between electronics and workflow results in a powerful industrial Digital Front End (DFE).

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Market Square open-air cinema

Sing it from the rooftops: Market Square open-air cinema and Night Market are back!

Cambridge BID is delighted to announce the return of the al fresco family film screenings and Night Markets in Market Square.

27/04/2018Read in full

man thinking

Should I accept that job offer?

It’s brilliant that you finally got a job offer after applying for so many roles, and you’re over the moon that it has all paid off. However, you’re not sure you should accept because you are not entirely sure you definitely want the job.

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How much does a 2 minute video cost?

How much does a two minute video cost?

The most frequently asked question professional video production companies receive is “How much does it cost to make a one or two-minute video?” There are many variables to professional video production, and each comes with a cost.

26/04/2018Read in full

Susie Hargreaves

IWF is named a finalist in ISPA Awards

The Cambridge-based Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has been selected as a finalist in the UK ISP Internet Industry Awards.

26/04/2018Read in full

Michael Kitson, Lisa Van Dusen, Naeem Zafar, Jochem Kroezen

The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series: Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley is a big success story, spawning the likes of Google and Apple. But what are the secrets of this success, and what challenges does Silicon Valley face to retain its leadership role?

26/04/2018Read in full

Margaret Leinen at the 2012 AGU Fall Meeting

Gender inequality is ‘drowning out’ the voices of women scientists

A University of Cambridge researcher is calling for the voices of women to be given a fairer platform at a leading scientific conference.

26/04/2018Read in full

Floor plan of the prospective work to take place  at Alan Hudson

The Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre - an Arthur Rank Hospice service in Wisbech - needs you!

The Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre is working with The Hudson Foundation and the Friends of Wisbech Hospitals on some urgently needed expansion and development work. An appeal has been launched to raise final funds for expansion and development of services.

26/04/2018Read in full

Cambridgeshire gets ready to push the boat out

Cambridgeshire gets ready to push the boat out

New research commissioned by boating’s national governing body, the RYA, shows a quarter of people have never tried an outdoor pursuit, yet two in four want to be more active and nearly a third want to get more fresh air*.

26/04/2018Read in full

AMS Technologies team in Krakow

AMS Technologies opens design centre in Krakow, Poland

AMS Technologies, Europe’s leading solution provider and distributor for optical, power and thermal management technologies, has established a design center in Krakow, Poland. In this design center skilled AMS experts will address customer requirements for professional, turnkey solutions in the fields of thermal management and electronics.

25/04/2018Read in full

IP-based KVM transmitter set to accelerate IP migration in Asian markets

IP-based KVM transmitter set to accelerate IP migration in Asian markets

Adder Technology, the IP-based, high performance KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) specialist, has launched a new Zero U, IP-based ADDERLink INFINITY 100T (ALIF100T) – and is predicting significant interest from the Asian broadcast market where rack space is often at a premium.

25/04/2018Read in full

Harwich Haven Authority logo

Darktrace Industrial AI defends Harwich Haven Authority

Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defence, has today announced that Harwich Haven Authority, the trust port responsible for the safety and upkeep of the Harwich Haven area in Essex, UK, has deployed Darktrace’s Industrial Immune System to defend its systems from unpredictable cyber-threats.

25/04/2018Read in full

Cambridge named UK's most 'vibrant' city, but is there trouble ahead?

Cambridge's thriving economy has led to it being named the UK's most 'vibrant' city for a fifth successive year, but lower levels of health and happiness could threaten this status in future. The city has come out on top in Grant Thornton's Vibrant Economy Index, which measures how the 324 local authority areas in England compare across six broad economic and social indicators.

25/04/2018Read in full

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