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MPS appoints Barry G Trebes as a company director

Barry G Trebes is a Chartered Surveyor and a founding Managing Director of MPS in 2000. He led the team in the development of the first cloud delivered Contract Change Management (CCM) system for NEC Contracts.

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Astellas announces acquisition of Cambridge spin-out Quethera

Astellas Pharma Inc. and Quethera Limited have announced that Astellas has acquired Quethera, a gene therapy company headquartered in the United Kingdom that is focused on developing novel treatments for ocular disorders, such as glaucoma.

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New funding for the Catapult Centres could benefit your business

HM Treasury has just announced an additional £780m funding for the Catapult Centres which have already helped over 3,000 companies develop and exploit new technologies. Now is a great time to find out what the Catapult Centres can do for your business.

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A candidate completes his PfCO Trainging

First students pass through the Ely Aviation Drone Academy

Ely Aviation recently announced that the first candidates on the 3iC Remote Pilot Authorisation course have recently graduated, allowing them to apply to the Civil Aviation Authority to become fully fledged Commercial Drone Pilots.

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Don't miss the 2018 Cambridge Rare Disease Showcase

Don't miss the 2018 Cambridge Rare Disease Showcase

Findacure's annual Cambridge Rare Disease Showcase takes place this Thursday (16th August) at Baroosh in the city centre. Anyone with an interest in rare diseases is welcome to attend and registration is free for patients, patient groups and charity representatives.

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TWI leads Open Architecture Additive Manufacturing project

TWI is taking the lead in the Open Architecture Additive Manufacturing (OAAM) project to demonstrate the ability to manufacture large metallic components via Additive Manufacturing (AM) for the benefit of UK Aerospace.

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Arcadis to deliver highway improvement schemes in Cambridgeshire and the East of England

Highways England appoints Arcadis to lead Regional Project Controls across Cambridgeshire and the East of England.

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Cambridge Index gains 0.1%

The Cambridge Index added 0.1% or 36.8 points to settle at 27,944.8, as Index heavyweights such as Johnson Matthey and DS Smith posted weekly gains to their share prices.

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Study explores the limits of drug repurposing

Drug ‘repurposing’ has some high-profile wins, but a new study at Cambridge Judge Business School shows how hard it is to find entirely new uses for existing molecules.

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PHG Foundation consultancy awarded onto NHS SBS framework

PHG Foundation has been awarded recognised supplier status on the NHS Shared Business Services Framework Agreement.

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Human Cell Atlas gets a boost with first funding from Wellcome

A team of UK scientists will begin work to scale up efforts to create a Human Cell Atlas, after the first injection of funding for generating data from human cells is announced by Wellcome. The £7m in new funding marks a major contribution to the UK’s involvement in this global project to create a reference map of every single cell type in the human body.

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Sphere Fluidics appoints Dr Tris Vaughan as scientific advisor

Sphere Fluidics, a company providing single cell analysis systems underpinned by its patented picodroplet technology, announced that Tris Vaughan, PhD FRSB has joined its scientific advisory board (SAB).

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Sookio School is go! Try its first course, Digital Marketing for Events

Sookio announces the launch of its new series of bitesize courses, Sookio School - kicking off with Digital Marketing for Events.

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Don’t forget the challenger banks

The past decade has seen a transformation of the banking landscape and with this, challenger banks. Insignis works with some of the smaller challenger banks that offer saving accounts that are FSCS protected.

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Birketts plans annual employment law updates

October will see the team from Birketts providing an update on the latest developments in employment law and assessing their practical impact in the workplace.

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How to manage staff absence

You should have a rigorous procedure in place for when an employee needs to contact you to inform you of their absence. This should ensure that any trends of absence can be identified and will help to keep accurate records, important to records like payroll for example.

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Learn how to create better video content

Improve your business video content with a one day masterclass

If you’re looking to improve the video content you capture on your smartphone or video camera for your organisation’s website, YouTube or social media platforms, join Cambridge TV for a one day masterclass on Wednesday 12 September.

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Myth

Two-page CV myth unravelled

There are a lot of myths floating around about how to write an effective CV: where to include your education section, and in how much detail; whether to include personal details such as marital status and date of birth; if a column or table format works best, or even an adventurous font. However, as a recruiter, there is one CV myth that comes up time and time again and has us pulling our hair out.

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Cambridge Impact Accelerator is looking for start-ups

Allia Serious Impact is looking for impact startups and entrepreneurs to join its expert 12 week accelerator programme.

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Cambridge Cleantech start-up wins investment for its innovative oil filter technology

MasterFilter, a British cleantech company working on engine oil technology, has won investment from a London-based venture capital fund after being introduced at a Cambridge Cleantech event.

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