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Lycotec Patented First Nutra-Pharmaceutical Drug to Treat Cardio

Lycotec files patent for first nutra-pharmaceutical drug to treat cardiovascular infection

Lycotec Ltd., a biotech company based in Cambridge UK, has filed a patent application for the first drug in the treatment of a bacterial infection which could be involved in the development of atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease (CVD).

31/01/2017Read in full

Ian Wakeling

Bidwells announces key Cambridge promotions for 2017

Bidwells, one of the UK’s leading property consultancies, is delighted to announce that seven people from its head office in Cambridge have been promoted for 2017.

31/01/2017Read in full

Car parks light the way to reducing carbon and saving money

A recently completed project to install new lighting at two multi-storey car parks is playing a part in helping to reduce energy from Cambridge City Council buildings.

31/01/2017Read in full

masterclass session C4IR

Predictive intelligence innovators give masterclass at global event on industry40 this week

On 2-3 February 2017, Cambridge entrepreneurs Pilgrim Beart of DevicePilot and Sam Bose of Intellisense, with in-depth talks from other innovators - along with former Cambridge academics Drs Caroline Hargrove, Boris Adryan and Rob Bowyer from McLaren and Zuehlke Engineering - will lead sessions at this exciting Consortium for the 4th Industrial Revolution (C4IR) Exec Briefing event.

31/01/2017Read in full

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Controlled and consistent job card and certification printing for aerospace & defence sector

ScriptX, the software program from MeadCo, is viewed as a trusted and workable tool by its users where accuracy is essential. It provides controlled, consistent and efficient printing from Internet Explorer. Invaluable to the aerospace and defence sector, ScriptX enables job cards, certification documents, employee approvals and more to be printed in a controlled format, from every networked Windows computer.

30/01/2017Read in full

Michell's combustion control oxygen analyzer

Oxygen analyzer reduces emissions and saves fuel in combustion

The XZR500 combustion control oxygen analyzer from Michell Instruments is designed to perform just one specialised function: to monitor the oxygen levels in combustion processes. Its purpose is to determine the optimum amount of air needed for combustion, ensuring the fuel is used efficiently, potentially saving thousands of dollars.

30/01/2017Read in full

SNAP a #cycleselfie with InnaSpa's bike!

Snap a #cycleselfie with InnaSpa's bike!

Have you seen the InnaSpa bike around Cambridge?

30/01/2017Read in full

Faye Holland, Unsung Hero, Employee Engagement Awards

Founder of Cofinitive Ltd recognised in 2017 Employee Engagement Awards

At last week’s annual Employee Engagement UK & Ireland industry awards, Faye Holland, Founder of Cofinitive Ltd, was recognised as Highly Commended in this year’s ‘Unsung Hero’ category for her work as interim employee engagement executive at Napp Pharmaceuticals during 2016.

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New report shows EU is biggest export market for 61 of Britain’s 62 cities

Every British city but one sells more of its exports to the EU than anywhere else across the globe, underlining the vital importance of securing the best possible EU trade deal in the Government’s Brexit negotiations – according to a major new report by the think tank Centre for Cities.

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Explore Independent Cambridge: VK Gallery

Explore Independent Cambridge: VK Gallery

With the help of Independent Cambridge - the definitive guide to ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its weekly exploration of the best independent shops, cafés, restaurants, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: VK Gallery in nearby St Ives.

30/01/2017Read in full

Cambridge headquartered Featurespace expands

Featurespace, a global leader in machine learning fraud prevention using Adaptive Behavioural Analytics, has expanded its offices and teams in both Cambridge and London, increasing the total number of staff.

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'Cambridge and China in tomorrow's world' banner

Calling all students and graduates with an interest in China

All those interested in China and its growing technology base will want to attend 'Cambridge and China in tomorrow's world' - a conference next month which aims to investigate the synergies between Cambridge and Chengdu in Sichuan Province.

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Nokia and Orange Group collaborate to shape the future of 5G services

Nokia and the Orange Group are to collaborate on the development of services that will allow industries and consumers to take advantage of the unprecedented efficiencies and business models made possible by 5G.

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Community support for Addenbrooke’s is celebrated

Community support for Addenbrooke’s is celebrated

Over 40 fundraisers from across the region came together last week to join Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) in celebrating their success at raising over £80,668 for Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals in the last three months of 2016.

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Cambridge Filmworks - The Future of Video

The future of video

From Professor Stephen Hawking to Everest Base Camp, robotics to zoology, AI to DNA, over the past year Cambridge Filmworks has been producing films and media for some of the most fascinating people, companies and events. But the future is looking even bigger.

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2017 Thales Data Threat Report: security spending decisions leave sensitive data vulnerable

Despite a rise in breaches, companies are still prioritising network and endpoint solutions over encryption, says Thales.

30/01/2017Read in full

Leading genome scientist Manuel Corpas

Could genetic testing divide us?

A new book by leading genome scientist Manuel Corpas brings to life the complex area of genetic testing and its impacts on people and the future.

30/01/2017Read in full

Abi Johnson of NIAB EMR

Tasty strawberry is quick to pick and nutritious starch tackles obesity

A new larger, tasty strawberry variety is reducing labour costs, demonstrating that the positives of breeding extend beyond yield. Nutrition can also be boosted to meet global health challenges.

30/01/2017Read in full

Honest Grapes appoints Amazon executive to spur next growth phase

Qi3 Accelerator investee company Honest Grapes has recruited Ian Blackman, formerly Director of Footwear at Amazon, to lead its growth after a successful two year incubation period that has taken it through to break-even.

29/01/2017Read in full

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