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Image from Kirsty’s book 'My Favourite Colour Was Yellow'

Photography department tickled pink by talk

British social documentary and portrait photographer Kirsty Mackay will deliver a free public lecture at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge next Monday (27 November).

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Facebook do's and don'ts

Facebook do's and don’ts (infographic)

With Facebook having exploded over the past decade and people’s attitudes and behaviours online changing daily, it is difficult for users nowadays to grasp the unspoken rules of the social interactions within.

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LEP Chair stands down

After more than four years serving as Chair of the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP Board, Mark Reeve will be standing down from his role on 19th December 2017.

21/11/2017Read in full

Mike and Lisee playing together in his ensuite room

An Arthur Rank Hospice personal story: 'I felt like somebody who was part of the family'

Kirsty Bradbrook talks about the care her husband and family received in the Arthur Rank Hospice at the start of this year.

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Big Issue and National Extension College presenting bursaries

'Big Issue' vendors presented with National Extension College bursaries

Mark Siequien and Harry Bowyer have been presented with bursaries by Big Issue founder Lord John Bird and Ros Morpeth, CEO of the National Extension College.

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TWI Sheffield Hallam Undergraduate Prizegiving

TWI rewards outstanding undergraduate engineering projects

TWI Ltd was one of 16 prize sponsors at Sheffield Hallam University’s Department of Engineering and Mathematics prizegiving ceremony. The ceremony took place last Monday (13 November 2017), with TWI sponsoring a Welding and Joining Project engineering prize.

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 Ting Zhang (3rd left) with colleagues and Sir Vince Cable

Events offer insight into doing business with China

Ting Zhang, Founder and CEO of Cambridge-based Crayfish.io, has been connecting with some of industry's brightest minds at recent events and webinars. Her journey in the past few weeks highlights a few of the latest Chinese business trends.

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Impressive trainee retention rate for Hewitsons

Impressive trainee retention rate for Hewitsons

Hewitsons has retained more former trainees in 2017 than in any of the previous five years, demonstrating an ever-increasing commitment to its training ethos – ‘train to retain’.

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EY’s Autumn Budget 2017 predictions

Stuart Wilkinson, tax partner at EY in the East of England says: “This Budget, as the first one of a Parliament, would normally be expected to be full of bold moves, where the Chancellor builds a war chest to utilise later in the Parliament. However, in this case, with a minority Government, and business and citizens struggling to understand what the future of the UK will be following Brexit, the Chancellor may seek to buck this particular trend.

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Hubert McPhillips from The Welding Institute

Welding Institute branch shows support for new engineering centre at Devon college

Hubert McPhillips, Chairman of The Welding Institute South Western branch, attended a launch party for the opening of a new engineering centre at the mid Devon campus of Petroc Further and Higher Education College.

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Cambridge Network Candidate Evening on 28 November

Calling all jobseekers: come and meet some of the region's top employers

If you're in the market for a new job, or just want to see what kind of opportunities are available, don't miss the next Cambridge Network Candidate Evening which takes place in a week's time - on the evening of Tuesday 28th November.

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International technology buyers are coming to Cambridge

The Department for International Trade (DIT) is inviting technology buyers from Europe and beyond to Cambridge - and offers you the chance to meet with these companies face to face. Whether you produce hardware, develop software or provide expertise/consultancy in relevant technologies, you may have what they are looking for right now.

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Base4 Innovation Ltd closes £5 million ($6.5 million) funding round

Base4 Innovation Ltd, the biotechnology company specialising in single molecule DNA sequencing, closed an oversubscribed funding round last month, led by Longwall Ventures. The funds will be used to expand the current team and increase lab space, facilitating the continued fast-paced development and automation of its technology.

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Cambridge Index drops 1.2%

The Cambridge Index fell 1.2% or 297.1 points to settle at 24,815.2, as six of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share prices.

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UK entrepreneurs hungry for capital in 2018, new EY research reveals

The EY Fast Growth Tracker interviewed 371 business owners about their fundraising and exit plans. It found that funding remains the biggest hurdle to British business success, with 50% of business owners agreeing it is the largest constraint on their growth.

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Martin Jackson, VP, Engineering, 8power Limited

Martin Jackson joins 8power Limited as VP, Engineering

8power is delighted to announce the appointment of Martin Jackson as VP, Engineering with immediate effect.

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The Tiger Jigsaw Credit: D T G Galhena

Photo competition captures the beauty of engineering

Crystal tigers, metal peacock feathers and a 'nano man' are just some of the striking images featured in the University of Cambridge Department of Engineering's annual photo competition, the winners of which have been announced this week.

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Brokerage event

Why you should attend a brokerage event

Have you ever wondered what happens at a brokerage event?

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Sample circuit printed on fabric / Credit: Felice Torrisi

Fully integrated circuits printed directly onto fabric

Cambridge researchers have successfully incorporated washable, stretchable and breathable electronic circuits into fabric, opening up new possibilities for smart textiles and wearable electronics.

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Conference explores ways to combat online child sexual abuse

Conference explores ways to combat online child sexual abuse

Leading figures from government, police, the third sector and industry will meet in Norwich this week to examine new ways of tackling the soaring rate of online child sexual abuse.

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