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GTC Alconbury

GTC connects 4800 homes at Alconbury ex-MOD site

GTC is well under way with work on the latest of 18 contracts for sites released by the MOD for the building of new homes. This contract is for the utilities connections for more than 4,800 dual-fuel plots at the former RAF Alconbury in Cambridgeshire for Urban & Civic PLC.

23/05/2017Read in full

A panel from The Odyssey by Beatriz Lostalé Seijo

Beatriz’s 'Odyssey' artwork results in epic success

The prestigious V&A Student Illustrator of the Year Award has been won by an Anglia Ruskin University student for the second year in succession.

23/05/2017Read in full

Flag lowered to half-mast after Manchester attack

The flag has been lowered to half-mast over the Guildhall in Cambridge as a mark of respect for the victims of last night’s attack in Manchester.

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Nokia and Apple sign patent licence and collaboration agreement, settle all litigation

Cupertino, California and Espoo, Finland - Nokia and Apple announced today that they have settled all litigation related to their intellectual property dispute and agreed a multi-year patent licence.

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Owlstone Medical appoints Professor Sir Bruce Ponder to new Scientific Advisory Board

Owlstone Medical, a diagnostics company developing a breathalyzer for disease, announced today the appointment of Professor Sir Bruce Ponder FRCP FMedSci FRS to its newly established Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) with immediate effect.

23/05/2017Read in full

AVEVA Group plc results show return to growth

AVEVA Group plc, one of the world's leading providers of engineering data and design IT systems, today announces its preliminary results for the year ended 31 March 2017.

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Brexit: people are angry but looking for compromise, research finds

Researchers engaged with people across the East of England and found anxiety and resentment, as well as a broad consensus that the UK should remain in the single market.

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Flexera adds recurring revenue engine and drives subscriptions for SaaS, IoT and ISVs

Flexera ‘s FlexNet Operations is the first software monetization solution to include renewal management.

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Stansted's previous job fair held in February 17.

London Stansted’s latest jobs fair set for take-off

London Stansted’s latest jobs fair takes off this week as nearly 50 airport companies showcase the hundreds of exciting career opportunities on offer across the UK’s fourth busiest airport.

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Event to launch the Bridge the Gap walk

Bridge the Gap charity walk reveals seven colleges on this year’s route

Details of this year’s Bridge the Gap charity walk through Cambridge’s historic Colleges and gardens have been announced at a special event attended by representatives from local businesses, community groups and the University.

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Structure of a human ATM dimer

High tech collaboration reveals the dynamic structure of ATM

An advanced cryo-electron microscope allows AstraZeneca and Laboratory for Molecular Biology (LMB) scientists in Cambridge to uncover ground-breaking insights into a prime therapeutic target in cancer.

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Combined Colleges Boathouse

RHP's Combined Colleges Boathouse wins RIBA East Award 2017

R H Partnership is thrilled to announce that the Combined Colleges Boathouse it developed in Cambridge has won an RIBA Award for the RIBA East region.

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Final call for papers: Sensors in Environmental Monitoring

Sensors in Environmental Monitoring 2017 will bring together academic, industry and regulatory thought leaders to discuss the impact of environmental pollution on human health, and how sensor technology is used to monitor the environment

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2012-16 The EIB invested over €30bn in infrastructure projects

Infrastructure at the election - post-Brexit investment, skills and innovation

On 8 June the electorate will decide which political party will negotiate the UK’s exit from the EU. To the party that is chosen the infrastructure sector has some clear advice.

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Thrift transforms charity giving

Venturing forth: Thrift transforms charity giving

A venture by a Cambridge Judge alumnus takes the hassle out of donating unwanted apparel, while rewarding donors with online credit.

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Cambridge Index sheds 1.8%

The Cambridge Index dropped 1.8% or 417 points to settle at 23,138.3, as the top four Index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share prices.

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With a year to GDPR coming into force, what do businesses need to do?

With 25th May 2017 marking a year until General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, Charles le Strange Meakin, senior partner for KPMG in Cambridge and technology specialist highlights that tech businesses, particularly the early stage businesses, need to make sure they don’t fall foul of the new legal framework.

23/05/2017Read in full

Google I/O

Green Custard attends Google I/O

Last week, Jonathan Custance, Director at Cambridge-based software consultancy Green Custard, flew to San Francisco for Google I/O 2017.

23/05/2017Read in full

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Why companies hire temporary staff or contractors

Many businesses have a need for temporary workers or contractors from time to time and this can be for a huge range of different reasons.

23/05/2017Read in full

East Anglia’s newest railway station now open

East Anglia’s newest railway station now open

The newest railway station in East Anglia is now open and set to boost the economy and ease congestion in Cambridge.

22/05/2017Read in full

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