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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.

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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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The unsung hero in tackling climate change: girls' education

Climate change and its devastating consequences regularly make the news - from the uncertain future of the Paris Accord, and this week’s launch of the documentary film An Inconvenient Sequel, to the floods and droughts that are taking lives and threatening livelihoods across the world, disproportionately affecting the poorest populations. Mostly overlooked by the mainstream media, however, is the compelling evidence for one of the most effective ways of tackling climate change: girls’ education.

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CyanConnode announces new $10M purchase order extension in Bangladesh

CyanConnode, the world leader in narrowband radio mesh networks, announces receipt of a $10 million purchase order extension from its specialist in energy management systems customer for a smart metering contract in Bangladesh, South Asia.

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Cambridge Index drops 2.4%

The Cambridge Index declined 2.4% or 577.1 points to settle at 23,415.4, as the top six Index heavyweights recorded weekly losses to their share prices.

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Pure’s Chelmsford team lends a helping hand at Kids Inspire’s summer lunch clubs

The Chelmsford team at Pure is taking it in turns to volunteer at lunch clubs organised by local charity Kids Inspire to support disadvantaged children, and their families, throughout the school summer holidays.

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D&A Creative helps Alzheimer’s Research UK to stand out

D&A Creative helps Alzheimer’s Research UK to stand out

D&A Creative works with Alzheimer’s Research UK to design exhibition graphics for use at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2017.

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Brexit: time to seize the digital day

Brexit: time to seize the digital day

For Brexit to succeed, it needs to be citizen-centred. Yet there’s a real danger, writes Dr Mark Thompson, University Senior Lecturer in Information Systems, that the opportunity to deliver this will be lost.

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Microfluidics launches new M815 pilot scale microfluidizer

Microfluidics, leading manufacturer of high-pressure homogenizers and Analytik partner, recently launched a pilot scale device, the M815 Biopharma Microfluidizer.

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RandDTax offers free workshops for accountants

Qualifying R&D tax credits – How do accountants recognise R&D? RandDTax offers free workshops for accountancy practices to address the issue that many practices could do more to recognise where R&D is being done by their clients.

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R&D tax claim success for a test and calibration company

How a small innovative test calibration company secured R&D investment through the R&D tax credit scheme.

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Software development company - case study R & D Tax

A software development company with around 20 staff was told by an adviser that it would not qualify for R&D Tax Credits – because the company only developed web sites!

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Cartoons hit the sweet spot on children’s cereal

A cartoon character on a cereal box attracts more attention and is more likely to be chosen by children than the same product type without one, research by Anglia Ruskin University has found.

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Celebrating a 30-year working partnership

Murray Edwards College celebrates 30 year partnership with US Summer School

A Cambridge College has just marked a major milestone in its working relationship with a US Summer School by presenting the programme leaders with the gift of a specially-engraved glass plaque.

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Launching a start-up? Don’t underestimate the value of outside input

The life of an entrepreneur can be lonely. Launching your business takes time and dedication that can be difficult for friends and family to relate to. But that doesn’t mean you have to go it alone!

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5 simple ways to improve video engagement

5 simple ways to improve video engagement

Video marketing is undoubtedly on the rise and many studies are frequently published revealing its potential power and effect in future marketing campaigns for brands of all sizes. People love to watch video – research suggests that visual information is processed by the brain 60,000 times faster than text is!

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Harrier 41 Pro lawnmower at TWI Cambridge.

New manufacturing process developed at TWI reinforces Hayter’s winning position

Hayter Ltd called upon TWI to assist with the development of a plastic roller for a number of its lawn mowing machines.

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Apprenticeships will help healthcare providers ‘grow their own’

A new apprenticeship will help to address shortfalls in nursing staff by allowing current healthcare employees to study for a Nursing degree.

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Bethan wins World Illustration Awards prize

Talented Anglia Ruskin University graduate Bethan Woollvin has added another award to her glittering CV, after winning the New Talent (Children’s Books) prize at the 2017 World Illustration Awards.

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