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black swan

From unknowns to black swans

Professor Christoph Loch, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, explains why more positive ‘counterfactual reasoning’ is better than reactive ‘disconfirmation’ in dealing with extremely uncertain situations.

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Ambitious research to help achieve UN Sustainable Development Goals

Scientists from across five countries will collaborate on ambitious research to gain a deeper understanding of the relationship between humans and their environment in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Eddyfi Technologies launches the new TSC U41™ subsea inspection solution

Eddyfi Technologies announces the launch of its new product, the U41 - a subsea ACFM inspection solution for the detection and sizing of surface-breaking cracks, available as a single diver or as a remotely operated vehicle system.

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Penningtons Manches Cambridge team

Leading law firm supports children’s charity in new apprenticeship initiative

The Cambridge office of top 50 law firm Penningtons Manches has announced that it will work with local charity Break to part-fund, through the firm’s charitable foundation, an apprenticeship for a young person leaving care.

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AMR showcased in Parliament

UKRI ‘One Health’ AMR research priorities showcased in Parliament

The UKRI Cross-Council AMR Initiative and Stephen Metcalfe MP, Chair of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee and member of the Science and Technology Committee (Commons), yesterday (Weds) hosted a parliamentary panel and Q&A on Antimicrobial Resistance: How Research is Tackling the Challenge.

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Luan Wise at Meet Cambridge's Event Marketing Masterclass

Meet Cambridge hosts event marketing masterclass

Thirteen event organisers from different businesses across the region have recently attended a marketing masterclass to enhance their skills in promoting meetings of all kinds.

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International business etiquette: kiss, bow or shake hands?

The meaning of a kiss is different around the world. In some cultures, it may be an expression of admiration or romantic affection, whereas in other cultures, it may be considered offensive. On this special day of romance, learn the ins and outs of social kissing around the world.

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Artificial Intelligence could help to foil online dating scams

Dating apps and websites could soon use computing algorithms that ‘think’ like humans to pinpoint fake profiles designed to con victims out of thousands of pounds.

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Cliff Parisi cuts the ribbon for the Grand re-opening with Joan

Celebrity Cliff Parisi cuts the ribbon to Arthur Rank Hospice Charity’s new refurbished shop

Pop along to the newly refurbished Mill Road Arthur Rank Hospice charity shop and experience the new surroundings.

13/02/2019Read in full

What to do about an employee with a side hustle

There are good reasons to get to know more about an employee’s #sidehustle. Read HR Dept's latest blog to find out more.

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Annabel Sedgwick

Why engage with a life science marketing agency?

It can be really hard to choose the right life science marketing agency to work with. Annabel Sedgwick, MD of kdm communications, gives some insight as to why they might be a good choice!

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children can be influencers

The seven stages of influencer relationship management

Simon Fryer, CEO at KISS, writes: "I’ve been struck over the last few years about the way in which the profile of the influencer community has evolved.

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Businesses ‘hung out to dry’ without answers in event of unwanted ‘no deal’

Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce, in association with the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), has published a list of 20 critical questions that remain unanswered for business in the unwelcome event of the UK leaving the EU without a deal on 29 March.

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Super-fast-acting prandial insulin product receives £0.5m Innovate UK boost

Arecor Ltd, the specialty pharmaceutical company leveraging its innovative and proprietary formulation technology to develop superior treatments for a range of disease areas, including diabetes, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a £0.5m grant from Innovate UK to advance its proprietary super-fast-acting prandial insulin product, AT270.

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Kras-driven lung cancer. Credit: National Cancer Institute, NIH.

New research suggests a simple blood test could improve the early detection of lung cancer

New research led by scientists at the MRC Toxicology Unit suggests that by analysing levels of DNA in the blood, the early detection of lung cancer could be improved.

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Biocair cryogenic services for cell and gene therapy

Biocair expands cryogenic services for cell and gene therapy

Biocair, the leading courier for global cell and gene clinical trials, has added new locations to the company's network of liquid nitrogen facilities worldwide, including several locations across the US, continental Europe and Asia.

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Horse and dog

Cancer comparison across species highlights new drug targets

Cancer genes in mucosal melanoma, a rare and poorly understood subtype of melanoma, have been compared in humans, dogs and horses for the first time by scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and their collaborators. Researchers sequenced the genomes of the same cancer across different species to pin-point key cancer genes.

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London Stansted Airport is growing fast

Flying start to transformational year at London Stansted

London Stansted’s strong passenger growth of 2018 continued into the new year as a record breaking 1.9 million passengers passed through the terminal during its busiest ever January, an increase of 7.3 per cent over the same month last year.

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Flexible barriers and encapsulations: is flexible glass the ultimate solution?

Glass is an excellent barrier. It offers processing temperatures as well as high dimensional stability. It is also smoother and more transparent thin plastic films. It is however, in its traditional form, rigid.

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