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How much could the average East of England worker earn if they worked during their commute?

Conference call provider Meetupcall has discovered how much a worker in the East of England could earn each day, year, and over a lifetime, if they spent their commute working

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Visit Cambridge & Beyond equips businesses to get a slice of lucrative US tourism market

Visit Cambridge & Beyond (VCB) will be hosting a training programme at Kettle’s Yard on Monday 4th March, to help regional tourism businesses attract more US visitors.

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Martina King - Industry Achievement Award 2019 TCPA

Featurespace CEO, Martina King, receives Industry Achievement Award

Featurespace CEO, Martina King, has been recognised in the Card and Payments Awards. The Industry Achievement Award is presented to an individual or team or who has had an influential impact on the industry and recognises significant contribution to the advancement and success of the card and payments industry.

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Stocks in Focus: Diageo

This week Laura Davies of NW Brown looks at Diageo, the global beverages giant, following its recent half year results for the six months to 31st December 2018.

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Cambridge in Top 10 Emerging Tech Cities in the UK

The tech industry is flourishing in Cambridge. There have been innovative technological advances in the city in recent years, as well as a significant increase in the number of tech jobs in the area.

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Mouse lung 14 days after influenza A infection

How lung tissue forms immune cell hubs in times of need

Immunology researchers at the Babraham Institute have uncovered how lung tissue is remodelled to support an immune response to influenza. If the research findings can be applied to the development of the seasonal influenza vaccination, the result would be more robust protection against multiple influenza strains. Findings are also relevant to understanding a variety of autoimmune diseases and the development of new therapeutic strategies.

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Silicon Valley brand guru Marty Neumeier

Tech forum explores brands and growing consumer power

How can you use technology to your business advantage and design your brand to succeed in a world where the consumer now seems to hold all the power? A day-long forum on Friday 22nd March, Tech for Empowerment, gives Cambridge companies the opportunity to find out from global thought leaders - and to promote their own tech solutions by exhibiting at the event.

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One week left to apply to speak at the CW International Conference

CW have announced the return of their popular annual conference with a call for speakers and a limited number of early-bird tickets.

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Leading technology companies seek new talent

If you're looking for a job or a change of career direction, don't miss the opportunity to meet some of the region's most exciting technology companies at Cambridge Network's next Recruitment Evening on Tuesday 26th February.

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'Government immigration plans will stifle East of England economy' - CBI

The full impact on the East of England economy of Government plans which could restrict businesses from employing overseas workers earning less than £30,000 has been laid bare in new CBI analysis.

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Machine learning algorithm helps in the search for new drugs

Researchers have designed a machine learning algorithm for drug discovery which has been shown to be twice as efficient as the industry standard, which could accelerate the process of developing new treatments for disease.

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Researchers develop new technique to analyse cancer cells’ life history

A team of researchers from the MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine at Oxford University has developed a new technique that allows scientists to reliably track genetic errors in individual cancer cells, and find out how these might lead to uncontrollable growth.

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What does it take to make a better battery?

What does it take to make a better battery?

Cambridge researchers are working to solve one of technology’s biggest puzzles: how to build next-generation batteries that could power a green revolution.

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Cambridge Science Festival examines the future of healthcare

Will genomics revolutionise healthcare? What are the challenges to improving safety and quality in healthcare? Is immunology the future of medicine? Are we on the brink of curing Alzheimer’s disease?

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This Land™ appoints David Lewis as Strategic Land Director to spearhead growth drive

This Land™ has announced the appointment of David Lewis as Strategic Land Director. This high-profile appointment reflects the ambition of the fast growing development and investment business to expand beyond its Cambridgeshire heartlands and to pursue strategic land and investment opportunities across England and Wales.

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Comment on huge regeneration opportunity on edge of Cambridge

Residents are being asked to comment on the vision for a new low carbon district on the edge of Cambridge. The aim is to combine space for innovation and new jobs with facilities and new homes for existing and new residents, alongside excellent public transport links.

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Cambridge Index falls 0.6%

The Cambridge Index declined 144.5 points or 0.6% to close at 23531.3, as Index heavyweights such as Johnson Matthey, DS Smith and Abcam posted weekly losses to their share prices.

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Merged image showing a colony of mouse embryonic stem cells

Kick-starting the genome in early development

We can think of the egg and sperm as information capsules with stored instructions for starting a new life, but post fertilisation, what kick starts the interpretation of these instructions?

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James, Anton, Monika and Adelina

Business podcast: start-ups are from Venus, corporates are from Mars

The latest business podcast in the Scaling, Failing and Prevailing series talks to Anton Lokhmotov and Monika Biddulph.

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Breakfast learning session at Cambridge TV focuses on video content

Join this breakfast session and learn how short video content can boost your business.

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