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China’s '100K Wellness Pioneer Project' uses UniteGen and Sapientia™ integrated platform

Congenica’s Sapientia™ clinical genome analysis software platform will be used by China-based UniteGen to carry out whole genome sequencing (WGS) processing and analysis as part of China’s “100K Wellness Pioneer Project”, hosted by Beijing 4P Health Research Institute.

22/06/2017Read in full

The panle at Mills & Reeve Question Cambridge 2017

Businesses told to be confident in order to thrive in a turbulent political world

Despite the unprecedented levels of political uncertainty facing the UK at home, in Europe and the US, the mood at the Mills & Reeve Question Cambridge event last night (Weds) was one of cautious optimism.

22/06/2017Read in full

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Vision sets out a brighter future for Greater Cambridge

The City Deal remains absolutely vital to the future success of Greater Cambridge.

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Corporate membership at Innaspa benefits all your staff

Do you work for a business in the Cambridge area? If so, then you and your colleagues can benefit from a wide variety of personal grooming and well-being services at a reduced corporate rate. An Innaspa Partnership will be perfect for you!

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Mark Browning - Prism Electronics Team leader

Prism team leader raises money for the Spinal Injury Association

Surface Mount team leader Mark Browning of Cambridgeshire-based contract electronics manufacturer Prism Electronics completed this year’s London Marathon for charity! Mark had been trying to get a ballot place for a number of years as he wanted to raise money for the Spinal Injury Association (SIA).

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Lab Innovations – back for 2017

Lab Innovations – back for 2017

Lab Innovations – the UK’s only dedicated showcase for laboratory technology, analytical and biotech equipment – returns for its sixth consecutive year on 1 & 2 November 2017 at the NEC, Birmingham.

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The bug hunters and the microbiome

The bug hunters and the microbiome

Trevor Lawley and Gordon Dougan are bug hunters, albeit not the conventional kind. The bugs they collect are invisible to the naked eye. And even though we’re teeming with them, researchers are only beginning to discover how they keep us healthy – and how we could use these bugs as drugs.

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University of Cambridge Honorary Degrees 2017

At a ceremony held yesterday (Weds) in Senate House, the Chancellor of the University of Cambridge awarded Honorary Degrees to eight distinguished individuals in recognition of their achievements in academia, philanthropy and public service

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'Never, never, never give up!' - words of wisdom for today’s career women

Jane Kroese, PR Account Director at KISS, shares insight from the Wo+Men’s Leadership Initiative Conference.

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Cambridgeshire Music Open Day

Cambridgeshire Music Open Day: try out all kinds of arts activities

Ever felt you might like to introduce some creativity into your life, but are not sure where to start?

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New ‘Greater Cambridge planning service’ is on the horizon

A new integrated planning service for the Greater Cambridge area, transformed to provide an improved service for customers along with greater capacity and resilience, is set to move a step closer.

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Domino Printing opens its doors to local pupils

Domino Printing opens its doors to local pupils

A group of children from Bar Hill Community Primary School visited Domino Printing recently to learn more about the company’s leading-edge coding and marking technology.

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Nicola Oldfield at the Whittlesey Washes.

'The UK needs more women civil engineers'

In celebration of International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) tomorrow, the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and the Environment Agency have called upon female engineers in their workforce to describe how their roles directly transform and improve the lives of others and how a career in engineering is creative, rewarding and fun.

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College Fellow takes diners on an authenic Korean cuisine experience

College Fellow takes diners on an authenic Korean cuisine experience

Robinson College’s conferencing arm partnered with college Fellow and Korean Studies lecturer Dr Michael Shin to deliver an authentic Korean dining experience earlier this month.

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Insight Series at Future Business Centre welcomes inspiring speakers for a ‘fireside chat’

As the Allia Future Business Centre launches its ‘Insights with an Entrepreneur’ series across the coming weeks, it is delighted to welcome two inspiring speakers from across two very different business sectors – mental health and behavioural analytics.

22/06/2017Read in full

Plextek presents at the 2017 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation

Plextek presents two technical papers to the world’s leading experts on Antennas and Propagation at the IEEE International Symposium in July.

21/06/2017Read in full

Sir John Major with EACH Chief Executive, Graham Butland.

The Rt Hon Sir John Major KG CH speaks at London dinner for EACH

The former Prime Minister, Sir John Major, last week supported East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices' (EACH) nook appeal by attending a dinner to raise awareness and funds for the charity.

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‘Help to Buy’ Cambridge event is aimed at new home buyers

Enterprise Property Group is inviting prospective home buyers to find out more about the Government’s Help to Buy scheme at a dedicated event this Saturday (24th June) at Cambridge’s Holiday Inn, Lakeview.

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Peterborough’s Allia Future Business Centre hosts >Sudo Hack 201

New hackathon team challenge aims for social impact

This weekend, Peterborough’s Allia Future Business Centre hosts the first 32-hour challenge to build a Smart City using the Internet of Things.

21/06/2017Read in full

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How much does a bad hire cost?

Businesses throughout Cambridge and across the UK are finding it increasingly difficult to match the perfect candidate for the job. With the unemployment rate in the UK being at its lowest since the 1970s, it's no surprise that the demand for staff is increasing and poor recruiting decisions are becoming more likely.

21/06/2017Read in full

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