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Cambridge Information and IP Meeting (CIIPM): March courses in IP Matters & Patent Analysis

CIIPM hosts an annual meeting and provides half-day training courses in IP Matters, IP Commercialisation, and Patent Searching for Legal and Commercial Insights. The annual meeting will take place on 3 July 2019 with a theme of IP and Information Ecosystems. the next trainings take place on 6 and 7 March.

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Cambridge Cookery

Explore Independent Cambridge - Cambridge Cookery

With the help of Independent Cambridge - the community of ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its weekly exploration of the best independent shops, cafés, restaurants, people, businesses, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Cambridge Cookery.

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Tame your computer - top 10 Windows shortcuts

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she provides her top ten Microsoft Windows shortcuts...

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Transition Electron Microscopy images of KCC-1.

More green chemistry from Strem Chemicals –reusable catalysts available in the UK and Ireland

Strem Chemicals has a new family of fibrous shaped KCC-1 silica nanoparticles that allow effective processing of carbon mono- and dioxide emissions.

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Babraham Institute steps-up equality, diversity & inclusion commitments

The Institute is delighted to have joined both the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Science and Health (EDIS) coalition and the Stonewall Diversity Champions programme for embedding LGBT inclusion.

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Cambridge to increase employment levels during year of Brexit uncertainty, says new study

A new study predicts Cambridge will this year outperform other hotspots such as Milton Keynes when it comes to employment growth, adding that more people will be employed within the city in 2019 Q3 than there were in the same period last year.

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Cofinitive Communications Clinic

Cofinitive Communications Clinic is back for 2019

The Cofinitive Communications Clinic offers internal and external communications advice for start-ups, scale-ups and established businesses.

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Arthur Rank Hospice Charity rated ‘Outstanding’ by CQC

Arthur Rank Hospice, which last year supported over 3600 patients and their families living with a life-limiting illness or condition in Cambridgeshire, has been recognised as outstanding by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

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Plans to increase Council Tax on empty homes move forward

Plans to increase the amount of Council Tax charged on empty homes in South Cambridgeshire have taken a step forward, with leading Councillors saying that doing so would encourage more properties back into use.

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Higher dose of chemotherapy reduces risk of breast cancer recurrence and death

Giving chemotherapy drugs every two weeks instead of the usual every three weeks reduces the risk of breast cancer recurrence and death, according to new research.

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Students at Amazon Skillathon

Cambridge teenagers inspired for careers in tech with Amazon

Students from Long Road Sixth Form College enjoyed a day out with a difference last week when they attended a Skillathon event at Amazon’s Cambridge Development Centre.

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Hewitsons celebrates growth at annual reception

Hewitsons celebrates growth at annual reception

Law firm Hewitsons welcomed hundreds of clients and friends to its annual reception at the Fitzwilliam Museum to celebrate yet another year of impressive growth.

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Wine before beer, or beer before wine? Either way, you’ll be hungover, study finds

“Beer before wine and you’ll feel fine; wine before beer and you’ll feel queer” goes the age-old aphorism. But scientists have now shown that it doesn’t matter how you order your drinks – if you drink too much, you’re still likely to be ill.

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©Raspberry Pi / store opens in the Grand Arcade

Raspberry Pi store opens in the Grand Arcade

Last week, Cambridge-based Raspberry Pi – makers of the popular mini-computer designed to encourage people to try coding and programming – opened its first high street store in the city's Grand Arcade.

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Quantum collaboration to benefit academia and industry

UK researchers and industry will soon be able to process unprecedented amounts of data and harness powerful simulation capabilities, thanks to the arrival of a new Quantum Learning Machine at a UK Research and Innovation-supported high-performance computing research facility.

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Do you know your market value?

If you are looking to change jobs, considering asking for a pay rise or just curious as to how your salary compares to others, then Pure’s free salary comparison tool can help you.

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3D printed model of Ayutthaya temple using the Stratasys J750

3D printed realism from Stratasys helps bring ancient artefacts to life

Underscoring the power of realism in 3D printed models, Stratasys (Nasdaq: SSYS) and Google Arts and Culture are re-imagining some of the world’s most cherished artefacts and historical monuments through additive manufacturing. Backed by advanced color and multi-material functionality of the Stratasys J750 3D Printer, historians can now re-create these items digitally and physically – raising both awareness and accessibility of ancient history.

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Domino Printing strengthens commitment to customers with two key appointments

Domino Printing is making significant strides towards best-in-class customer satisfaction following two senior appointments – Marianne Wright as Customer Experience Director and Eddie Storan as Head of Global Services.

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Sookio's Founder and Director, Sue Keogh

Thrive on change (or 10 lessons in running a digital agency)

Sookio's Founder and Director, Sue Keogh, is talking this month at Digital People in Peterborough and CamCreatives about what she’s learned in her ten years of running a digital marketing agency. What wisdom does she have to share?

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Bridging the divide

There's a simple trick to help you get your message across in a talk, lecture or presentation, writes Communications Consultant Simon Hall, but it's one which is all too often forgotten...

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