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New policy set to make city more accessible

Cutting the clutter that gets in the way of people moving freely around Cambridge’s streets is the aim of a proposed policy that is set to be discussed by councillors.

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The Bank of England

Points of View: Interest rates

This week Oliver Phillips of NW Brown focuses on interest rates.

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Uptake of shared parental leave hindered by gender pay gap and employer pressure

Office Genie recently looked into shared parental leave and the factors affecting its uptake in the UK. In a survey of 1,000 British workers, it discovered the primary reason for low adoption is the gender pay gap the programme is designed, in part, to be tackling. Employer pressure on partners not to take the time off also plays a significant part in the scheme’s unpopularity.

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West Court Bedroom

Eve Waldron Design completes project at West Court, Jesus College

Eve Waldron Design has completed work on the interiors for Jesus College’s West Court, one phase of a larger project masterminded by architects Niall McLaughlin. The two consultancies have been working closely together to ensure the schemes, materials and details complement each other.

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Cambridge Nanotherm partners with Inabata for global sales and distribution

Cambridge Nanotherm, producer of innovative Nanoceramic thermal management technology for LEDs and electronics, today announces a partnership with Japanese sales and distribution giant Inabata. The partnership adds a global sales and distribution arm to the UK-based company.

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The University of Stirling

Self-service image library brings host of benefits to The University of Stirling

The University of Stirling invests in Third Light, Cambridge based digital asset management developers, to manage its valuable bank of digital media. The university's marketing department explains how the clever media library system has helped save time and effort, while reducing workload and duplication.

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Denis Kaminskiy, co-founder of Arcus Global, honoured in National Enterprise Awards

The Annual Enterprise Awards, which celebrate the very best entrepreneurs in the UK technology industry, is uniquely focused on founders, rather than companies. Denis Kaminskiy, co-founder of Arcus Global, was shortlisted in the Public Sector Entrepreneur category.

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people at work in a typical office

Is it the end of the 9-5 employee?

The 9-5 working lifestyle isn’t as common as it once was. Employees are being offered increasingly flexible hours, interchangeable working environments and alternative routes to success, but what exactly is changing? And what does that mean for the average employee?

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How to put off an employer in 140 characters

How to put off an employer in 140 characters

When job hunting on social sites, it is good practice to speak as if you were in an interview. It is important to show your personality, but without putting off potential employers.

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Mr Vincent Gnanapragasam

Major award for Cambridge researcher takes prostate biopsy device into clinical application

Researchers in Cambridge have secured funding of nearly £800,000 from the NIHR Invention for Innovation (i4i) programme to take a novel test for prostate cancer from a prototype to a CE-marked device for clinical application.

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Cresset applications licensed by Shiv Nadar University, India

Cresset, innovative provider of software and contract research services for small molecule discovery and design, announces that the Shiv Nadar University, India, has licensed its applications to educate the computational chemist of the future, including Forge - powerful ligand-focused workbench for SAR and design, and Spark - scaffold hopping application for progressing through lead optimization faster.

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Immobilized and Heterogenized Iridium Complex

Another biocatalitic partnership for Strem Chemicals with Catalytic Innovations, LLC

Strem Chemicals is offering Iridium and Cobalt based water oxidation catalysts, providing research for high quality, cost effective zinc micronutrient fertilizers for a growing world.

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Nokia launches portfolio of digital health products

Nokia today announced the availability of the largest, most comprehensive line of connected consumer health products in the market. Completing the transition of products from the Withings brand, Nokia trackers, scales, vital health devices and home products will now be available in-store and online through top retailers.

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Cambridge Index gains 1.2%

The Cambridge Index advanced 1.2% or 226.8 points to finish at 23,225.3, as Index heavyweights such as Johnson Matthey, DS Smith and Greene King posted weekly gains to their share prices.

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Cambridge start-ups invited to apply for sponsored place at major engineering exhibition

Ground-breaking Cambridge Network start-ups are urged to apply for a sponsored place in the innovation zone at the Advanced Engineering exhibition in Birmingham this November.

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Heather Miller, Richard Grimster, Darren Amott, Tony DeMartin

Price Bailey appoints four new Directors

Chartered accountants and business advisers Price Bailey has announced the promotion of four new Directors, Heather Miller, Richard Grimster, Darren Amott and Tony DeMartino.

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Credit: The District and Jonathan Settle

Patching up a broken heart

It is almost impossible for an injured heart to fully mend itself. Within minutes of being deprived of oxygen – as happens during a heart attack when arteries to the heart are blocked – the heart’s muscle cells start to die. Sanjay Sinha wants to mend these hearts so that they work again.

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The Queen's Birthday Honours announced on 16 June 2017

Cambridge academics recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours

The University of Cambridge is celebrating the recognition of four of its most distinguished female academics in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours.

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NatWest award winners 2016

NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards call for entries

Applications are now open for the 2017 NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards.

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Dr Bennett with the Archbishop of Canterbury

Anglia Ruskin academic receives major honour

Anglia Ruskin University academic Dr Zoë Bennetthas been presented with the Lanfranc Award for Education and Scholarship by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend and Right Honourable Justin Welby, during a ceremony at Lambeth Palace.

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