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DisplayLink hosts ACCU Cambridge meetups

DisplayLink is hosting a number of ACCU* Cambridge meetups scheduled in the next few weeks. ACCU Cambridge meetups are targeted at professional developers, or anyone who wants to keep up-to-date with the latest programming techniques.

15/02/2018Read in full

Could your innovation be worth a share of £19m? NIAB seeks partners

Innovate UK is investing up to £19 million to support innovation that offers significant changes in productivity and cutting-edge innovation. NIAB is seeking suitable micro/small/medium enterprises to join potential projects for the competition in the area of Health and Life Sciences.

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A14 upgrade: new bridge opened and old bridge to be demolished in the same week

The A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon road upgrade is hitting two milestones this week, with a new bridge opening to traffic just days before the bridge it is replacing being demolished.

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Dance company wows visitors to IWM Duxford

Matthew Bourne's New Adventures dance company wows visitors to IWM Duxford

Visitors to IWM Duxford yesterday (Weds) were treated to a unique one-off performance created by Matthew Bourne’s renowned dance company New Adventures.

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Call for entries: new BT Infinity Lab competition focuses on augmented intelligence

Could your ideas enhance and scale human expertise? This year’s BT Infinity Awards, in partnership with the Cabinet Office and TechHub, are looking to find the best digital talent in machine learning, robotics and artificial intelligence.

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How business and the arts interact

How business and the arts interact

Jeremy Newton, CEO of the education charity Children & the Arts and a Cambridge Judge Fellow who leads the Culture, Arts & Media concentration for the Cambridge MBA, discusses the interaction of business and the arts.

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New technologies: Cambridge Science Festival explores the opportunities and the challenges

How do new technologies reveal the past? What can mobile devices show about us and society as a whole? Can we trust AI systems? Why do we need to teach computers to speak? Is digital reading reducing our attention span?

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Use aerial videography and cinematography to tell a story

They say that if a picture is worth a thousand words then a moving picture must be worth a million. When people view your content they want to be told a story. Cinematic content is the most powerful sales tool in the world, and content shot from the air can really bind the fabric of that story together.

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Cambridge Oncology Symposium, Babraham Research Campus

Oncology symposium: Immuno-oncology and next generation targets

The 4th Annual Crown Bioscience Cambridge symposium this year focuses on immuno-oncology and future advances in cancer treatment. Don’t miss out on the chance to hear from AstraZeneca, Janssen, Merus, Kymab, Cantargia, Oxford BioMedica, Crescendo Biologics, and CrownBio, as well as networking with your peers.

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Would-be social entrepreneurs need more than a kind heart

To want to be a social entrepreneur, empathy is not enough for millennials. They need to feel confident in their ability to solve social problems and feel valued by the people they want to help, according to new research published in the Journal of Business Venturing.

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Cambridge and AI: what makes this city a good place to start a business?

What makes a city as small as Cambridge a hotbed for AI and machine learning start-ups? A critical mass of clever people obviously helps. But there’s more to Cambridge’s success than that.

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Qualcomm demonstrates the next phase of 5G NR technology roadmap

Advanced 5G NR technologies for autonomous vehicles, industrial IoT, and spectrum sharing showcase Qualcomm’s continued 5G NR leadership.

14/02/2018Read in full

Qualcomm announces a new LTE IoT software development kit

Qualcomm's software development kit will support the commercialization of Internet of Things solutions using cellular connectivity.

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Letting go of lost loves

There are going to be some very different attitudes to today. Many people will be proving their undying love through candlelit dinners and roses, or cuddly hearts and hearty cuddles. Others will be commiserating or celebrating their ‘single’ status with a very large drink. Some will just dismiss the idea of Valentine’s Day altogether.

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Cancer Research UK Cambridge Centre

Cambridge first UK centre to be given ‘Comprehensive Cancer Center of Excellence’

The Cancer Research UK Cambridge Centre has become the first UK institute to be designated a Comprehensive Cancer Center of Excellence by the European Academy of Cancer Sciences (EACS).

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Points of View: Current market

This week Robert Raywood of NW Brown looks at current markets.

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UK workers willing to wear tech devices to detect mental health conditions

UK workers willing to wear tech devices to detect mental health conditions

A new survey reveals that over half of British workers would be willing to wear a health tech device that may detect the early signs of mental health symptoms if their employer would supply the device.

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Juddmonte Farms is home to EACH Ambassador Frankel

Juddmonte Farms – home to EACH Ambassador Frankel – signs up to Buy a Brick campaign

Juddmonte Farms has become the latest major supporter of Buy a Brick, the online fundraising initiative to support building of a new children’s hospice in Norfolk.

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Timestrip Seafood indicators launched for reduced oxygen packaging environments

Timestrip® – a leading developer of ‘smart indicator’ technology – has introduced a new product specifically to protect seafood packaged in reduced oxygen environments.

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Phil Melia of PwC

PwC Cambridge spearheads initiative to hear local views on the drivers of business growth

A new piece of qualitative research gives local businesses the opportunity to have their say via an online survey.

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