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FCA warns about rogue firm, RB Wealth, which claims to operate from Cambridge and Malta

The FCA is warning people to be careful of rogue firm, RB Wealth, which claims to operate from Cambridge and Malta and offer investments and other services.

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International Workplace celebrates success at Learning Awards

International Workplace celebrates success at Learning Awards

International Workplace celebrated success at the Learning Awards 2019 last night as a finalist in the ‘Learning Technologies’ category.

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Quantum leap on the horizon?

Quantum leap on the horizon?

Cambridge researchers are devising new methods to keep sensitive information out of the hands of hackers. They launched the UK’s first ‘unhackable’ network – made safe by the “laws of physics” – in 2018.

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Cambridge Science Festival: technology – what next?

Are quantum computers the ultimate tool for discovery? Can we make algorithms trustworthy? Is technology making us miserable? What next for Alexa?

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Syrris helps improve sustainability in commercial laundry

Syrris provides award-winning chemistry products to a range of research and development chemists and engineers, including Xeros Technology Group, a company specializing in novel and sustainable polymer solutions to advance the commercial laundry industry.

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The Rising Festival 9th March

The Rising Festival 2019: #BalanceforBetter for International Women’s Day

The Rising Festival will take place on Saturday 9 March and promises to be a thought-provoking day with plenty of opportunities for personal growth and professional development among speakers and attendees from a diversity of backgrounds.

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Smartphone use risks eye examination misdiagnosis

Clinicians who use smartphones to capture photographs of patients’ eyes risk misdiagnosis if they base their decisions on objective data extracted from non-calibrated cameras, according to new research published this week in the Nature journal Scientific Reports.

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Cambridge Judge Business Debate Podcast looks at energy and energy policy

A ‘tough sell’: why it is so difficult to address climate change on a global scale.

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Unsettling research

No ivory tower here: how academics are affected by research in unsettling contexts like refugee camps, prisons and rape-crisis centres.

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New senior appointments for Ashtons Legal Personal Injury team

Ashtons Legal has made three senior appointments within its Personal Injury division. Hannah Clarke, Mick Upton and Sarah Barratt have all taken on new roles in the Top Tier regional team.

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Visiting restrictions protect patients against norovirus

Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge is seeing a rise in cases of norovirus, the bug which causes diarrhoea and vomiting.

07/02/2019Read in full

CIC leads PragmatIC’s latest funding round

Cambridge Innovation Capital has led the latest funding round for PragmatIC, a world leader in ultra-low cost flexible electronics, raising a further investment of over £13 million. This investment, from existing and new investors, will enable PragmatIC to continue to increase production of its flexible integrated circuits (FlexICs).

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Two weeks left for rural groups to apply for £50,000 from The Prince’s Countryside Fund

Applications for grants from The Prince’s Countryside Fund close on February 21st 2019. The Fund gives out grants twice a year, and projects in rural areas across the UK can apply for funding of up to £50,000 in the spring round of funding.

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Cambridge author shortlisted for Waterstones Children’s Book Prize 2019

A writer from Cambridge has been nominated for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize 2019, widely regarded as one of the most prestigious accolades in the world of books. Announced today (Thursday 7th February), Andy Shepherd is shortlisted in the Younger Fiction category for her book The Boy Who Grew Dragons.

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BETT 2019

BETT 2019: KISS Account Director at the world’s biggest education technology event

Jane Kroese, Account Director at KISS, writes: I recently spent the day at BETT 2019 looking at and talking all things education. Two minutes in and it was pretty clear that school life and learning has been revolutionised by tech. So what were my highlights?

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IDTechEx Show - connecting brands with emerging technologies

The IDTechEx Show! on 10-11 April in Berlin brings together eight key disruptive technologies and their customers at one venue.

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Abiom rewarded by Sepura following 2018 sales performance

Sepura recently recognised its long-time partner Abiom for a record-breaking performance in 2018 after Abiom was awarded significant contracts to provide communication solutions to public safety organisations in both Holland and Belgium.

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Vision for new town north of Waterbeach confirmed

A vision for a vibrant, thriving new town in South Cambridgeshire has been approved by the District Council’s Cabinet.

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Major funding awarded to improve mental health assessments for young people

Children and adolescents in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are set to benefit from a new £1.5m research study to improve assessments and care for emotional disorders.

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MHFA Training Endorsement

Interested in highly rated, expert mental health training for your organisation?

CPSL Mind still has some space available in February and March for organisations who'd like to book onto its highly recommended mental health training.

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