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Digital Agriculture

Where next for the agritech revolution?

The race is on to become the dominant digital platform in the agriculture sector, harnessing technologies that boost agricultural productivity through data capture and integration, according to new research from PA Consulting Group.

19/02/2018Read in full

Analytik welcomes their new Marketing Executive

Analytik welcomes their new Marketing Executive

Analytik, leading suppliers of innovative analytical instrumentation, welcomes their new Marketing Executive.

19/02/2018Read in full

Cambridge Information and Intellectual Property Meeting (CIIPM) update

The next CIIPM training day takes place on March 14th at Homerton College Conference Centre. There are two courses: IP and Commercialisation (am) and Freedom to Operate (FTO) Search & Analysis (pm). Book this week to take advantage of the early bird booking rate which ends on Friday February 23rd.!

19/02/2018Read in full

Camrosh Discover-Anticipate-Execute approach

Celebrating 3 years of Camrosh: dealing with complexity so you don’t have to

Camrosh is at the forefront of innovation and technology and its role for the past three years has been to give businesses, in any stage of development, the insights and confidence to thrive in the face of uncertainty.

19/02/2018Read in full

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Tame your computer - top 10 tips for Excel

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she she offers her top ten Microsoft Excel shortcuts...

19/02/2018Read in full

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Third Light welcomes new joiners as it continues strong business growth

Third Light appoints three new female employees, further expanding its sales, marketing and design teams.

19/02/2018Read in full

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NW Brown offers help with planning for the end of tax year

As with many deadlines, it is easy to put off planning for the end of the tax year.

19/02/2018Read in full

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Using drones for roof inspections and surveys

Using small unmanned aircraft in business has become popular over the past three years. This is because of the speed of development of new UAV technology (driven by the giant leaps in smartphone tech) and its ever-growing convergence with mobile devices.

19/02/2018Read in full

Dr Andy Harter

Innovation and technology - art or science?

The role of art and innovation in technology is the subject of the Turing Talk, to be presented in London, Glasgow, Manchester and Belfast this week (19-22 February 2018) by the Chairman of Cambridge Network, Dr Andy Harter CBE FREng FIET FBCS.

19/02/2018Read in full

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Prior Scientific acquires Elektron Technology’s Queensgate Nano business

National law firm Mills & Reeve has advised Cambridge based Prior Scientific Instruments on its acquisition of the Queensgate Nano business from Elektron Technology.

19/02/2018Read in full

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All that glitters is gold! Conscious Communications awarded gilded accolade by IIP

Cambridge-based public relations and marketing agency Conscious Communications has been awarded Gold by Investors in People (IIP) – the UK’s leading accreditor for business improvement through people management in the UK – a level that organisations of its size are rarely awarded.

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Bellissima DMS is available in Belgium and France via Athena Graphics

Aniken Graphics International, a joint venture between Hamillroad Software, a UK based prepress software solutions company, and Apex International, a global leader of anilox and metering products, has announced that Athena Graphics is an approved trade shop of Bellissima Digitally Modulated Screening (DMS) for Belgium and France.

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Technology offerings for 2018

2017 was a great year for product development but 2018 is set to be the year of technology. Cambridge Design Technology says: "Take a look at the top developments that have caught our eye."

19/02/2018Read in full

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February is LGBTQ History Month – how have you celebrated it?

Cambridge has gone big on LGBTQ History Month, with events all over the city, and now is the perfect time to consider whether you or your business could do with some training in LGBT+ issues.

19/02/2018Read in full

Sizewell B helped shape the world.

Sizewell B chosen in top 200 influential projects that shaped the world

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has announced Sizewell B is one of the top 200 influential people and projects, past and present, which illustrate how civil engineering has shaped the world and transformed people’s lives for the better.

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Spiral Weld Crack in Oil Pipeline

TWI shows expertise in corrosion safety, investigation and assessment

TWI’s decades of experience in materials joining and engineering processes for industry has seen innovation and problem-solving across all areas of manufacturing, fabrication and integrity management. Included in this body of work is TWI’s expertise in assessing and mitigating failures as a result of corrosion, such as with pipelines for the oil and gas industry.

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42 Technology to use AlgaeCytes photobioreactor

42 Technology to help develop commercial production of omega-3 oils from algae

42 Technology has been appointed by LabXero, the acoustic particle filtration technology company, to help develop pilot-scale biomanufacturing equipment that could significantly reduce the costs of commercial-scale production of high grade omega-3 oils from microalgae.

19/02/2018Read in full

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Dementia project reaches national audience

A successful project in Essex that was found to benefit people with dementia and their carers is being presented at a national music therapy conference today.

16/02/2018Read in full

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BREXIT - free trade: A reality check

Uncertainties surrounding the scheme that will govern the UK’s cross-border trading outside the EU will be with us for a while yet, so businesses need to consider building flexibility into their commercial agreements for the foreseeable future. Dominic Hopkins, head of Disputes and Litigation at Hewitsons, discusses the issues.

16/02/2018Read in full

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The uncertain unicycle that taught itself; how it’s helping AI make good decisions

Cambridge researchers are pioneering a form of machine learning that starts with only a little prior knowledge and continually learns from the world around it.

16/02/2018Read in full

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