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Stephen Patch

Stephen Patch appointed new Partner at Woodfines Solicitors, Sandy office

Woodfines Solicitors is proud to announce that Stephen Patch has joined as a Partner in the Private Client Department. Stephen joins from Taylor Vinters in Cambridge.

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Massimo Gaetani

Salus Wellness Clinics: 60 practitioners and counting

Massimo Gaetani discusses the continuous success of Salus Wellness Clinics, reaching 70 practitioners in the next few months.

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James Alflatt, Planning Partner and Head of EIA at Bidwells

Developers should act now to benefit from current EIA regime, says Bidwells

Consultation has now closed and the replacement Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regulations will come into force on 16th May 2017. So what can developers do to safeguard their development projects and maximise the known and less onerous requirements of the current regulations? Bidwells offers some advice...

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New Tech Nation report shows total digital turnover in Cambridge is in UK top 5

Tech Nation 2017 from Tech City UK shows that the UK digital tech sector - including the important Cambridge cluster - is one of the country’s economic success stories, growing twice as fast as the wider economy and creating highly skilled workers and well-paid jobs.

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Save the Pink Pigeon

How can you help save endangered species? Save the Pink Pigeon

Vote to save the Pink Pigeon – and help develop a new conservation breeding strategy for many more endangered species.

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Council and museum team up to tackle social isolation

A pilot project involving Cambridge City Council’s Independent Living Service and the University of Cambridge Museums Consortium, aimed at tackling social isolation among people aged 60 or over, is underway.

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SMEs urged to consider reducing uncertainty as Brexit approaches

Cambridge FinTech firm, Money Mover’s overseas payments service gives small and medium sized businesses the chance to secure their upcoming foreign currency costs for up to six months as Article 50 looms.

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Shortage in Cambridgeshire teachers leads to emergency meeting call from MP

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner has called for an emergency meeting with Justine Greening MP, the Secretary of State for Education, to discuss the serious shortfall on teacher numbers in Cambridgeshire.

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Airport Lynx acquires Myhill’s Minibuses

Airport Lynx acquires Myhill’s Minibuses

Airport Lynx, national Chauffeur Company of the Year for 2016/17, has bought Myhill’s Minibuses as part of its continuing expansion in the ground transportation market.

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Cambridge Science Festival draws to a close this weekend

Cambridge’s annual two-week celebration of science culminates this weekend, following a packed programme of many sell-out events investigating the theme of ‘getting personal’.

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Conscious Communications announced as PR finalists for RAR Awards 2017

Conscious Communications has been shortlisted as finalist for the public relations category (under 40 staff) in the Recommended Agency Register (RAR) Awards 2017.

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ChromaZona - microbial id and AST analysis

New Chromogenic ID software from Synbiosis makes identifying microorganisms quick and simple

Synbiosis, a long-established, expert manufacturer of automated microbiological systems, today announced its Chromogenic ID software for use with ChromaZona, ProtoCOL 3 and Protos 3 automated colony counters has been upgraded and validated for automatic identification of bacteria and yeast on Hardy Diagnostics' HardyCHROM™ media.

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Syngene imager G:BOX Chemi XX6 used to study effects of stressors on bacteria

Syngene's G:BOX Chemi XX6 is being used to study the effects of stressors on bacteria - research which may contribute to identifying targets for new anti-microbials.

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Steve Scott passes CTS and HCCP

Congratulations to Steve Scott, CTBO's Chief Programmer, who recently passed his Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) InfoComm qualification as well as his HCCP Commissioning exam.

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Casper Bartington,  Silvia Duedal and HE Business students

Risk management masterclass for Higher Education students at Cambridge Regional College

The risks of footballer Cristiano Ronaldo injuring a leg or singer Olly Murs losing his voice – and the financial impact for insurers – gave students a practical problem-solving exercise in risk management at a business workshop at Cambridge Regional College.

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Unstick your career and change your life!

A top employment coach offers free, personal career advice at University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education’s Open Day – Saturday 1st April, Madingley Hall.

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Cambridge Sensotec describes its gas analysis solutions for the food industry

Cambridge Sensotec has been working with the food and beverage industry for many years and offers several solutions to monitor MAP and also leak detection equipment.

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Pittsburgh Penguins Media Library

Pittsburgh Penguins centralise media storage and streamline brand activity with Third Light

The Pittsburgh Penguins are the premier NHL (National Hockey League) team of today, and one of the biggest sports brands in the USA. Connecting fans with the team using digital media is part of their success story. They deployed a Third Light server to centralise their media storage and streamline digital brand activities through a single, definitive media bank.

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