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Busiest ever September at London Stansted Airport

Busiest ever September at London Stansted Airport

London Stansted achieved its busiest ever September as over 2.45 million passengers travelled through the airport during the month, surpassing the previous record set 10 years ago in September 2007.

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Make a difference to your city - volunteer for Cambridge

A one day fair at The Guildhall this month will bring together a range of local voluntary organisations to give residents and students an opportunity to learn about volunteering in Cambridge, and how they can get involved to help make a real difference to people’s lives.

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Melanie Carroll

Birketts boosts Residential Property Team to meet demand

Birketts, the full service law firm based in East Anglia, has announced the appointment of Melanie Carroll as a Legal Director in its Residential Property Team.

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Abcam Chairman to step down

Abcam plc, a global leader in the supply of life science research tools announces that its Chairman, Murray Hennessy, has informed the Board that he has accepted a CEO role and will therefore relinquish his Non-Executive Chairman position and step down from the Board following the AGM in November 2017.

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Trainees embark on legal careers with Hewitsons

Trainees embark on legal careers with Hewitsons

Hewitsons has welcomed a new group of trainees into its fold, as the law firm continues to invest in fresh legal talent.

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Supporting sustainable livelihoods in Senegal

Third Light sponsors Aspyre Africa to support sustainable livelihoods in Senegal

Aspyre Africa is a registered charity founded by Savina Geerinckx and Veronique Cowan in September 2014. The charity is dedicated to helping young people in Senegal acquire the right skills and support for long-term, market-driven employment to secure sustainable and happy futures for them and their families. A key part of Aspyre’s work is to provide essential links between beneficiaries, NGOs, training providers and businesses.

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Bailey Fisher appoints Iain Hopper as Director of Digital Health & Life Sciences

Iain Hopper joins Bailey Fisher having returned to the UK from Australia. He spent six years working for international companies in Sydney and previously in London, developing a strong network throughout the UK, Europe, SE Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Iain most recently focused on pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, working with market leaders including Roche, Novartis and Gilead on senior and executive level appointments.

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‘Avoidable blindness’ to increase dramatically by 2050

Anglia Ruskin University academic leads research into the causes of vision loss.

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Creative Review: samsung goes around the world

Creative Review: Around the world with Samsung

"Normally when we design presentations for our clients to use at conferences, it’s on the assumption everyone will be in the same place, even if the presentation will also be available online," writes Jeremy Rose of Creative Solutions. 

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St Mary's Primary School Horsham

PA Consulting challenges young innovators: save the planet in annual Raspberry Pi competition

PA Consulting Group has launched its sixth annual Raspberry Pi challenge to inspire the innovators of the future. This year PA is asking pupils from schools and colleges to invent something that will help save the planet using a Raspberry Pi – a credit-card-size yet highly capable computer.

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Carter Jonas Cambridge celebrates new office launch

Carter Jonas Cambridge celebrates at new office launch

Having relocated its professional services team to One Station Square, CB1 in June, Carter Jonas welcomed more than 150 people from across the region’s business community to the launch party of its new office.

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RiverRhee Consulting

Managing complex change: RiverRhee Newsletter, September - October 2017

Whether you are leading a team, or a member of it, change can be difficult to deal with. That can be true of even the smallest changes, let alone some of the more complex ones that many of the organisations in Cambridgeshire will be experiencing as they grow. RiverRhee's latest newsletter shares insights from its upcoming course on Managing Change, and recent publications from the Association of Project Management (APM).

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Cambridgeshire Digital Awards

Sookio nominated for three Cambridgeshire Digital Awards

Sookio is delighted to announce that it has been nominated for three awards at the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards 2017.

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Points of View: Insurance

Points of View: Insurance

This week Alastair Macdougall of NW Brown looks at the unfolding 2017 hurricane season and the effects that Harvey, Irma and Maria could have on the US economy and the broader insurance sector.

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Magna joins BMW, Intel and Mobileye to bring autonomous driving to the market

The BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye, an Intel company, are on a mission to deliver a self-driving, flexible vehicle platform by 2021. Magna joins as a Tier 1 technology integrator and will help automakers industrialize and customize the domain controller designed by BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye.

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Why jobs in the Cambridge technology sector are booming

Why jobs in the Cambridge technology sector are booming

There is good news for anyone in technology and who is looking for a job in Cambridge; we have the second highest paying technology jobs in the entire country. Tie this in with the lower cost of living in Cambridge compared to London, and you’ve got two very good reasons why getting a job in the technology sector in Cambridge is appealing to more and more people who work in the tech sector.

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Health Tech & You Supporting Health Tech Innovation for a Fourth Year

Health Tech & You Supporting Health Tech Innovation for a Fourth Year

Exciting new categories announced as programme - committed to supporting health tech pioneers develop innovations to benefit individuals and the workplace - continues into a fourth year

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Emma Young

Cambridge University student, Emma Young completes successful placement with TWI

Cambridge University student, Emma Young has completed a successful placement at TWI in Cambridge where she worked on a Failure Analysis Atlas.

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Coastal defence work Clacton and Holland on Sea by Hiba Khan

Experts gather for flood management conference

Following the popular Flood Risk and Water Management Conferences in 2011, 2013, and 2015, the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is revisiting the topic at the AirSpace Conference Centre, Imperial War Museum, Duxford on Thursday 19 October.

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Step inside IWM Duxford’s Avro Lancaster bomber this October half term

Step inside IWM Duxford’s Avro Lancaster bomber this October half term

This October half-term, step inside the iconic Avro Lancaster Bomber at IWM Duxford and discover how this formidable aircraft played a major role in the Second World War.

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