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 Artist’s impression of Stansted’s new arrivals building

Busiest ever January at London Stansted as transformation works begin

London Stansted Airport is celebrating a strong start to the year, with more than 1.8 million passengers travelling through the terminal during the airport’s busiest ever January.

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Talented violinist Alicja Smietana

Violinist unveiled as first Artist-in-Residence

Talented violinist Alicja Smietana has been announced as Anglia Ruskin University’s first Artist-in-Residence in the Department of Music and Performing Arts.

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Partnership aims to deliver more accurate diagnoses for genetic epilepsy

New software to deliver faster and more accurate diagnoses in genetic epilepsies is the ambition of a ground-breaking partnership between Congenica, a global provider of clinical genomics interpretation software, and FutureNeuro, the SFI Research Centre for Chronic and Rare Neurological Diseases, supported by Science Foundation Ireland.

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Automotive engineering

Birketts advises Norfolk family business on sale to Milltech Precision Engineering

Leading law firm Birketts has advised the sellers on the sale of Howarth Engineering to Milltech Precision Engineering for an undisclosed price.

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Tame your computer - jog your memory

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 describes a simple trick to remind you that you changed your password...

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Artificial Intelligence

Cambridge Consultants report highlights recipe for responsible governmental AI

Cambridge Consultants unveils five missing ingredients to responsible governance of AI. A new report, to be published at Mobile World Congress, aims at combatting fear of AI as an all-encompassing force taking over industry, society and politics.

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Ship-shape collaboration leads to new funding

Cambridge Judge Business School alumni link up to help digital shipping exchange NYSHEX cruise ahead with $13 million in new funding.

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New owners have big plans for Cretingham Golf Club

Leading law firm Birketts has advised Matthew and Claire Thacker (via their company, Harvest Haulage Ltd) on the purchase of Cretingham Golf Club. The financial details of the transaction have not been revealed.

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Penningtons Manches' award winning life sciences team appoints two new specialists

Leading law firm Penningtons Manches has recruited two new specialist commercial, IP and IT lawyers to join its expanding life sciences sector group.

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Engage your audience - tell a story

Communication Coach Jon Torrens explains the power of stories for your communication.

11/02/2018Read in full

Drone flying

Just how much does it cost to start a drone business?

The drone industry is one that many enthusiasts aspire to get into. Flying drones is a lot of fun, and many people started in just this place. There is a perception that getting into the industry is cost prohibitive, and some people do end up spending thousands on setting up their drone business, where in reality it can be done for less than £2,500.

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Energy summit delegates

Transatlantic Summit debates the future of Smart Energy networks

Delegates from the US and the UK came together this week at the Maxwell Centre in Cambridge to debate the future of the UK and US energy systems.

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FSW for Astrospace applications

TWI technology used for ground-breaking SpaceX flight

Tuesday 6 February 2018 saw another milestone for space exploration with the launch of Falcon Heavy from Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. The craft, which was created by US entrepreneur Elon Musk’s SpaceX program, is the most powerful operational rocket in the world and uses technology pioneered by TWI.

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Toys are among the donated objects

Award-winning exhibition celebrating small acts of kindness to refugees arrives in Cambridge

This week Cambridge will host a ‘pop-up’ exhibition of everyday objects that British and Greek people have donated to refugees who have fled violence and persecution.

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Social media on a smartphone

Stop right there! Nine things businesses shouldn't share on social media

When it comes to social media, there's often a lot more at stake than people may realise. Just one bad post could damage your brand's reputation significantly, which in turn could cost you business.

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The impact of Brexit on recruitment and retention by sector

'Eastern region’s mid-market businesses plan to increase exports beyond Europe'

Mid-market businesses across the Eastern region are bracing themselves for the impact of Brexit and looking beyond Europe to shore up their future success, according to research from national law firm Mills & Reeve.

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Alien honeybees could cause plant extinction

New research indicates that introduced ‘alien’ honeybees are competing for resources with native bees and threatening the survival of plants that rely on interactions with specific pollinators.

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Graphene and 2D materials applications in elastomers

The Knowledge Transfer Network's Graphene and other 2D Materials Special Interest Group (SIG) is organising an event to showcase and discuss graphene and other 2D materials applications in elastomers.

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All Saints Garden Market in Cambridge wins Great British Market Award

All Saints Garden Market has won a Great British Market Award in the category of ‘Best Small Speciality Market’, at an awards ceremony held by the National Association of British Market Authorities (NABMA).

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Swedish C-130 aircraft supported by Marshall

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group awarded Swedish Air Force contract

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group has won the contract to support the Swedish Air Force fleet of Lockheed Martin C-130 aircraft, by providing depth maintenance services.

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