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Forbes Elworthy (Map of Ag) and Patrick Spens (PWC)

Can blockchain support frictionless trade in agri-food?

Experts from Applied Blockchain, PWC and Map of Agriculture will discuss ‘Trust, Provenance and Blockchain’ at an Agri-Tech East event next month.

22/03/2018Read in full

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Which online courses should you do to improve your CV?

In today’s extremely competitive job marketplace, it is essential that job-seekers provide proof of their knowledge and expertise.

21/03/2018Read in full

Deputy CEO of IWF, Fred Langford

IWF connects to the Child Abuse Image Database (CAID)

The Cambridge-based Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), from today, has connection to CAID, the first non-law enforcement organisation to be given this privilege. The move will allow law enforcement and the IWF to work together to stop child sexual abuse material online.

21/03/2018Read in full

Midsummer Mews

Citystay launches Cambridge’s newest & most stylish serviced apartment development

Citystay, Cambridge’s leading supplier of Serviced Apartments, has recently added to its award-winning portfolio by opening the newest and most stylish serviced apartment development in Cambridge – Midsummer Mews.

21/03/2018Read in full

1plex become Microsoft Surface Hub resellers

1plex become Microsoft Surface Hub resellers

1plex, the Unified Communications Specialists, have added to their portfolio of expertise by becoming Microsoft Surface Hub resellers.

21/03/2018Read in full

New ATEX certification for AII’s portable oxygen analyzers

New ATEX certification for AII’s portable oxygen analyzers

The popular range of portable galvanic electro-chemical oxygen analyzers from Advanced Instruments Inc (AII) now has ATEX approved for use in atmospheres containing acetylene and/or hydrogen.

21/03/2018Read in full

 James Palmer and Steve Count

Local authority considers plans to invest £5.5m in ‘outstanding’ countywide connectivity

Cambridge and Peterborough Combined Authority will discuss plans to invest up to £5.5m to ensure the county has outstanding digital connectivity - including tackling poor mobile phone coverage – at its board meeting at the end of March.

21/03/2018Read in full

mRNA vaccines - disruption or distraction?

mRNA vaccines - disruption or distraction?

This month VacZine Analytics releases a brand new analysis focused on the high profile emerging field of mRNA vaccines. This technology promises much, but what is real and what is hype?

21/03/2018Read in full

'Innovate UK in the East of England' event poster

New date announced for 'Innovate UK in the East of England' event

The "Innovate UK in the East of England" event was postponed from last month due to the weather, but a new date - Thursday 20th April 2018 - has now been announced.

21/03/2018Read in full

Confocal microscope image of gastruloid/ David Turner

The body in miniature

The past few years has seen an explosion in the number of studies using organoids – so-called ‘mini organs’. While they can help scientists understand human biology and disease, some in the field have questioned their usefulness. But as the field matures, we could see their increasing use in personalised and regenerative medicine.

21/03/2018Read in full

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Patients regain sight after being first to receive retinal tissue engineered from stem cells

The first patients to receive a new treatment derived from stem cells for people with wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD) have regained reading vision.

21/03/2018Read in full

Siblings win national business competition

Siblings win national business competition

A brother and sister team representing Anglia Ruskin University displayed their business acumen to win a national student business competition held at IBM’s headquarters.

21/03/2018Read in full

WW1 debate at Chesterton Community College

Hundreds of students from across East Anglia attend WW1 debate

Chesterton Community College, in Cambridge, played host to hundreds of students from across East Anglia, who took part in a debate on WW1 organised by the Department for Education earlier this month.

21/03/2018Read in full

Sepura’s SC21 hand-portable obtains Airwave approval

Sepura's SC21 hand-portable has been approved for use by both Airwave and the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) for use on the UK's Airwave Network.

21/03/2018Read in full

Set your clocks forward as science and healthcare come alive

This Sunday (25 March), the Cambridge Science Festival comes to the Cambridge Biomedical Campus to conclude two weeks of insight for patients and local people.

21/03/2018Read in full

Antenova's ROBUSTA - a tracking antenna for metal surfaces

Antenova wins the Hardware Award at Embedded World 2018

Antenova Ltd, manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules, received the Hardware Award at the Embedded World trade show in Nuremberg. The winning hardware product is Antenova’s patent-pending Robusta antenna, part number SR4G031.

21/03/2018Read in full

BBC interviews CAST students for tribute to Cambridge scientist Professor Stephen Hawking

Following the sad death of Cambridge scientist, Professor Stephen Hawking, the BBC interviewed students for a special tribute. Interviews included several of the students at Cambridge Academy for Science & Technology (CAST), with a video tribute now viewable online.

21/03/2018Read in full

Wearable electronics from DZP Technologies

Wearable electronics from DZP Technologies sparkle at London ExCeL

Wearables developed by DZP Technologies Ltd were showcased for the first time at the recent Wearable Technology Show at London ExCeL, the biggest event for wearables, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, and connected technology.

21/03/2018Read in full

 overall winners were a team from Pound Gates

Pure’s charity quiz in Ipswich raises over £2,000 for mental health charity Suffolk Mind

Professional recruitment specialists Pure hosted its annual Ipswich charity quiz night last week, bringing local businesses and clients together for a battle of the brains which raised over £2,000 for mental health charity Suffolk Mind.

21/03/2018Read in full

 The theme for the event was ‘X & Why

KISS sponsors this year’s TEDxCambridgeUniversity

KISS was proud to be one of the sponsors of this year’s TEDxCambridgeUniversity, which took place on Saturday (17th March) at St John’s College.

21/03/2018Read in full

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