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Redgate partners with Blue Turtle to introduce database capabilities to South Africa

Redgate, the leading Microsoft SQL Server tools vendor based in Cambridge, UK, has added another expert technology company to its list of worldwide partners in order to expand into Africa’s biggest market.

26/01/2018Read in full

4 million UK jobs will soon be filled by robots: are organisations losing the ‘human touch’?

Robots already play a huge role in the UK workplace. But recent research predicts that over four million jobs will be lost to robots within the next 10 years – a statistic that will rock the job market.

26/01/2018Read in full

 Plant meristems Credit: Benoit Landrein

Plants increase flower production within a day of soil nutrient application

The molecular mechanisms enabling plants to quickly adapt their rate of flower production in response to changing nutrient levels in soil have been revealed by researchers at the Sainsbury Laboratory.

26/01/2018Read in full

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I’ve applied for R&D funding; is my intellectual property safe?

Are you worried about the confidentiality of your company’s information when applying for EU R&D funding?

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2018 Thales Data Threat Report: data breaches at all-time high

As 94% of organisations use cloud, IoT and other transformative technologies, and businesses embrace new environments, data breaches have become the new reality, says a new report from Thales.

26/01/2018Read in full

Analytik's new apprentice, Jacob Rochester

Analytik welcomes its new Digital Marketing apprentice

Analytik is delighted to announce that it has taken on a new apprentice at the firm's Swavesey offices.

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ICE President Professor Lord Robert Mair

Mair backs construction sector deal in Lords industrial strategy debate

In a recent House of Lords debate about the government's industrial strategy, Cambridge based ICE President Lord Robert Mair welcomed the government's white paper as a much-needed document that emphasises collaboration between government, business, science and technology.

26/01/2018Read in full

Nawar Al-Zebari

Britain’s new inventors: Cambridge’s Nawar Al-Zebari and his new, smart catheter

Innovation foundation Nesta, supported by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), is today announcing 10 finalists, from hundreds of budding applicants across the country, for The Inventor Prize. The finalists include Cambridge-based Nawar Al-Zebari.

26/01/2018Read in full

CRC and Ansan University new partnership

Cambridge Regional College launches new education partnership with South Korean university

Students from South Korea could be learning vocational skills in Cambridge after a new agreement between Cambridge Regional College and Ansan University.

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Create a video website homepage with OH! Films

Businesses are given just a few seconds to grab a visitor’s attention before they count as another “bounce” in analytics. With everyone fighting for people’s attention, video has become an excellent medium for businesses to hook users and showcase your company’s value.

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Fairhaven Singers in venture to support homeless choir in Rio

Cambridge-based chamber choir the Fairhaven Singers is among a handful of UK choirs chosen to take part in a twinning scheme with a group of choirs for homeless people in Rio de Janeiro.

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Rube Goldberg machines: simple but effective

Cambridge Design Technology says:"We are absolutely fascinated by the incredible Rube Goldberg Machines – such masterpieces! A Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist, Goldberg was best known for his zany invention cartoons. We’re sure his engineering degree is behind all of this!"

25/01/2018Read in full

Cambridge MP raises Giulio Regeni murder in the House of Commons

Daniel Zeichner, Member of Parliament for Cambridge, has again today (25 January 2018) raised the case of murdered Italian PhD student, Giulio Regeni, during Business questions in the House of Commons to the Leader of the House, Andrea Leadsom MP. Today is the two year anniversary of the student's disappearance.

25/01/2018Read in full

Jake Crane, 14, has shared how much he enjoys volunteering

60 volunteers needed as Arthur Rank Hospice opens flagship fifth charity shop in Burleigh St

Do you know anyone who could spare upwards of two hours per fortnight?

25/01/2018Read in full

Basic Water Treatment - sixth edition now available

Sixth edition of Basic Water Treatment published

The sixth edition of Basic Water Treatment, written by Christopher Binnie, Martin Kimber and Hugh Thomas, is now in print, published by ICE Publishing, a division of the Insitution of Civil Engineers.

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Cambridge samba band Arco Iris drum up support for Camfed

Camfed's UK Aid Match appeal gets amazing response

Today Cambridge-based Camfed, the Campaign for Female Education, praised the generosity of the UK public during its UK Aid Match fundraising appeal. The girls’ education charity more than doubled its target, smashing the £1 million mark.

25/01/2018Read in full

Introducing Bango Deep

Bango has announced the acquisition of Audiens, a leading mobile data exchange platform. The combination of Audiens marketing technology with the Bango Platform delivers new growth opportunities for developers, merchants, stores and operators.

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Congenica appoints new CEO to drive global expansion of clinical genomics business

Congenica, a global provider of clinical genomics interpretation software, today announced the appointment of its new Chief Executive Officer, David Atkins, PhD. Based at the Company’s headquarters in Cambridge, Dr Atkins also joins Congenica’s Board of Directors.

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Cambridge leads £11.9m research project to extend battery life for electric vehicles

The University of Cambridge is leading one of four government-funded projects into battery research, in order to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles and a low-carbon economy.

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MP’s Taxi Safety Bill is published ahead of its return to Parliament next week

New laws to improve safety for passengers of taxis and private hire vehicles will be presented to Parliament next week by Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner.

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