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 TTP Labtech - Assay abstract

Abcam and TTP Labtech collaborate to develop sol-R reagent kits

TTP Labtech Ltd, a global leader in the design and development of automated instrumentation and consumables for life science applications, and Abcam plc, a global innovator in life sciences reagents and tools, announced a collaboration to further develop reagent kits for the quantification of secreted proteins in multiplexed screening assays.

17/08/2017Read in full

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Watermill Accounting is shortlisted for British Accountancy Award 2017

Watermill Accounting is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted for the British Accountancy Awards in the category of Independent Firm of the Year in the Eastern region.

17/08/2017Read in full

Office 365 tip of the week: How to insert dynamically updated version numbers into Word

How to use quick parts to insert a dynamically updated version number into your Microsoft Word documents.

16/08/2017Read in full

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Groundbreaking biopsy invention is step nearer

An invention by a Cambridge University Hospitals’ (CUH) consultant that has the potential to help prostate cancer patients and save the NHS millions of pounds is a step closer to becoming a reality.

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Free SummerDaze activities continue during school holidays

Cambridge City Council’s free programme of summer fun for children and families in city parks and open spaces continues until 25 August.

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IT Governance exhibits at The Future of Cyber Security conference next month

IT Governance, the leading provider of data protection and information security expertise, will be exhibiting at The Future of Cyber Security conference in Manchester on Thursday, 14 September 2017.

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Warning over Power of Attorney risks

Lasting Power of Attorneys (LPAs) and their risks were discussed during Radio 4’s Today programme and an article headed “Warning over power of attorney risks” appeared on the BBC website. Alexandra Howard of Hewitsons discusses the issues.

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GCGP co-hosts Innovation Funding workshop

Innovation is a major driver of the UK economy and significant funding is available for investment in innovation from the European Regional Development Fund. This includes the national ERDF programme for England as well as a number of Interreg programmes supporting transnational and cross-border cooperation.

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 CEGX and NuGEN Technologies partnership announced

Cambridge Epigenetix and NuGEN Technologies parther to combine leading technologies

Cambridge Epigenetix (CEGX) and NuGEN Technologies, leaders in innovative epigenetic technologies, announced that they have entered into a partnership agreement to integrate the CEGX TrueMethyl technology for oxidative bisulfite sequencing (oxBS-Seq) with NuGEN’s innovative NGS library preparation kits.

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Qualcomm depth-sensing camera technology

Qualcomm first to announce depth-sensing camera technology designed for Android ecosystem

Qualcomm unveils its next-generation Spectra ISP for computer vision, extended reality and computational photography technologies.

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Sleep rough to raise funds for young people

Sleep rough to raise funds for young people

YMCA Cambridgeshire & Peterborough has announced that proceeds from this year’s Sleep Easy will be used to assist young people living in its Cresset accommodation.

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Stocks in Focus: GlaxoSmithKline

This week Trina Yates of NW Brown looks at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), following the announcement of its first set of results since the appointment of Emma Walmsley as Chief Executive.

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TWI helps to spearhead skills initiative in India

TWI’s Chris Wiseman was on hand to give a talk at the 2017 Enhancing Skilling and Entrepreneurship Skills Conclave in Pune, India. The focus of the conclave was how people can be given the skills to meet the needs of industry both in their native India and around the world.

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Young women hold ‘vote of no confidence’ over career in tech

A survey of more than 1,000 university students conducted by KPMG and independent market research company High Fliers has identified a worrying crisis in confidence among young women with regards to their digital skills.

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Tame your computer - paste it PDQ

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she describes a quick way to paste content of the clipboard into an email message (Microsoft Outlook) ...

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Celebrate Ely’s history at its Heritage Weekend

The City of Ely will once again be celebrating its rich and varied history by taking part in the National Heritage weekend from 8th to 10th September 2017.

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Using Twitter for lead generation

How to use Twitter for lead generation

It shouldn’t be a secret that Twitter has truly become a valuable tool for business. One important aspect of this tool is its ability to generate leads that can ultimately be turned into valuable conversions. Here are some steps you can take to make the most out of generating these leads on Twitter.

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The Taymount Clinic appoints KISS for its consumer and B2B PR

KISS has been appointed as the PR agency for The Taymount Clinic, the world’s first faecal microbiota transplant (FMT) clinic and pioneers in digestive health.

15/08/2017Read in full

Teams from Newton Primary School in Eltisley

Domino helps pupils race to the finish with Greenpower project

A Bar Hill-based company has seen the results of its collaboration with a local primary school where it has been helping to enhance the teaching of science, technology, English and maths.

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Well Cow has rumen there for a gateway!

Well Cow, the Edinburgh-based company focusing on cattle healthcare technology, and Ziconix, based in Cambridge, have completed a trial of a new farm reader as part of a SMART:Scotland feasibility study project. The company was awarded innovation funding of £96,000 by Scottish Enterprise to progress the technology closer to commercialisation.

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