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New pop-up light café promises to brighten Cambridge in February

New pop-up light café promises to brighten Cambridge in February

Cambridge Startup Help, in conjunction with Allia, Fulbourn Hospital, Lifecraft and MIND, is launching a pop-up light café at a number of venues in Cambridge this February. The lights are being provided by light therapy specialist Lumie in Cambridge.

25/01/2018Read in full

Raspberry Pi protects its cutting-edge intellectual property with Darktrace AI

Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defence, has announced that Raspberry Pi, the creators of the best-selling British computer, have selected the Enterprise Immune System to protect their network against pernicious cyber-attacks including IP theft and ransomware, as well as latent vulnerabilities.

25/01/2018Read in full

20-year market forecasts for agri robots and drones

Agricultural robots and drones to become a $45bn industry by 2038

Robotic technology is quietly transforming the world of agriculture. IDTechEx describes how this market will plausibly grow to become a $45bn industry by 2028, demonstrating how diverse this emerging industry is in terms of forms, functions and fortunes.

25/01/2018Read in full

Cambridge commemorates victims of the holocaust and genocide at Guildhall ceremony

Cambridge City Council is commemorating Holocaust Memorial Day with a free civic ceremony at Cambridge Guildhall on Sunday (28 January) from 5pm.

25/01/2018Read in full

CEO Spotlight Videos - OH! Films Video Company, Cambridge.

CEO spotlight videos create personal connections

A company culture is only as strong as its employees...and its CEO. How leadership behaves, speaks, and communicates impacts the tapestry of the entire company.

25/01/2018Read in full

Livingston County deploys Darktrace for threat detection and autonomous response

Enterprise Immune System Defends Regional Government from Sophisticated Cyber-Attacks

24/01/2018Read in full

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Cambridge Information and Intellectual Property Meeting announce March Training Day

Two CIIPM training classes take place at Homerton College Conference Centre, Cambridge, on Wednesday, 14th March 2018. The morning class is ‘IP and Commercialisation’ – a class which was first held in October 2017, and the afternoon class is new and is devoted to Freedom to Operate (FTO) Search & Analysis.

24/01/2018Read in full

Extract Information publishes December edition of the InfoBlog

The 14th edition of the InfoBlog is now online! Find out what's happening in the patent information industry. The InfoBlog tracks patent search and analysis software and service providers, and announcements from the IP offices. The InfoBlog publishes monthly, and started in April 2016.

24/01/2018Read in full

 Dr Yogish Joshi

Trust’s aneurysm treatment is UK first

Clinicians at Cambridge University Hospitals have become the first in the UK to treat a bleed on the brain – via the wrist.

24/01/2018Read in full

Bango raises £5m to buy data management business

Cambridge mobile payment technology business Bango is raising £5 million growth capital which will cover the acquisition of a European data management specialist, reports Business Weekly.

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Darktrace comments on the World Economic Forum cyber security report

Cyber security is on the agenda for the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, today. Emily Orton, Co-Founder and CMO at Darktrace, comments on the WEF cyber security report.

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Ritz Steytler - Featurespace COO

Featurespace appoints Ritz Steytler as COO

Featurespace, the leading multinational machine learning company for fraud prevention and risk management, has appointed Ritz Steytler as Chief Operating Officer. Ritz will focus on customer support and delivery of Featurespace’s fraud management platform to a global client base.

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Stocks in Focus: Rolls-Royce

This week Colin Manktelow of NW Brown looks at Rolls-Royce, the British engineering giant, which announced restructuring plans last week that included the possibility of selling its commercial marine business.

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CREATE tower, Singapore

Cambridge joins partners in Singapore as research programme celebrates 10th anniversary

An international symposium at Singapore’s CREATE campus highlights the global challenges of sustainable energy and suggests innovative ways of reducing industry’s carbon footprint

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EACH brings open air cinema experience to Peterborough

EACH brings open air cinema experience to Peterborough

Classic musical Mamma Mia will be the feature film when East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) hosts an open air cinema experience at Peterborough’s Ferry Meadows Country Park.

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Waterbeach Colts U12 team

Waterbeach Colts U12s unveils new kit courtesy of Third Light

Third Light is delighted to announce its sponsorship of local Waterbeach Colts U12s football team. The youth team plays in the U12 Palace division of the Cambridge and District Colts League and has been enjoying a good season so far. The club has seen an increase in the number of players wanting to join, especially among the junior teams.

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St John’s Innovation Centre unveils new look Bistro

St John’s Innovation Centre unveils new-look Bistro

St John’s Innovation Centre is delighted to announce that its newly refurbished Bistro will re-open on 5th February. Marking the first phase of an exciting extension development*, the Bistro dining area will offer a comfortable and contemporary environment, with an enlarged servery and a separate Grab-and-Go section.

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ICE 200 People and Projects: showcasing civil engineering from a

ICE 200 focuses on best civil engineering people and projects

The Institution of Civil Engineers is celebrating its bicentenary. ICE 200 brings together 200 projects from the past two centuries that have made a real difference to all our lives - and the engineers behind them.

24/01/2018Read in full

Consider the cultural fit when hiring

While ‘cultural fit’ may seem like the latest buzz word in the recruitment industry, it is actually a really important factor to consider when hiring. The Business Dictionary defines a cultural fit as “the values and behaviours that contribute to the unique social and psychological environment of an organisation” - in basic terms ‘the feel of the business’.

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