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Bartlett Automotive Peterborough

Bartlett Automotive Peterborough opens October 21st 2017

Independent BMW and MINI specialist Bartlett Automotive Ltd is opening a second workshop in Peterborough on 21st October 2017.

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CW announce ten finalists to pitch at the 8th Discovering Start-ups Competition

CW announce ten finalists to pitch at the 8th Discovering Start-ups Competition

This year’s annual technology start-up event will see pitches encompassing the latest technologies; from machine learning and artificial intelligence to wearables, 3D facial recognition and driverless cars.

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geo to launch bespoke Cosy Smart Thermostat for Nordics

geo, the pioneering developer of smarter energy products and services for consumers is launching a new version of the popular Cosy smart thermostat with smart phone app and local control, specifically designed to suit the demands of the Nordic region.

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Helping apprentices lead the field in big data

Helping apprentices lead the field in big data

Anglia Ruskin and Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute team up to deliver new training

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Create a more diverse and inclusive workplace

Create a more diverse and inclusive workplace

On Monday 16 October, join Cambridge Network, Hundred Houses and Mills & Reeve for expert talks followed by discussion and networking on the topic of diversity and inclusion.

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New Professor of Innovation appointed head of the Institute for Manufacturing

New Professor of Innovation appointed head of the Institute for Manufacturing

Professor Tim Minshall, the recently appointed Dr John C Taylor Professor of Innovation, has become the new Head of the University of Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing (IfM), taking over from Professor Andy Neely.

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Tom’s meditation app is world first

Tom’s meditation app is world first

A Cambridge University Hospital doctor has created the first high-tech app of its kind to help master the ancient art of meditation.

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Cambridge Festival of Ideas on the frontline of the technological revolution

Can machines think? Is an artificial friend a substitute for a real one? Are digital technologies making politics impossible? Can politics keep up with technology?

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Cambridge Index adds 0.1%

Cambridge Index adds 0.1%

The Cambridge index rose 0.1% or 37.6 points to settle at 25,118.2, as index heavyweights such as DS Smith and Abcam posted weekly gains to their share prices.

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Nokia focuses on patent, brand & technology licensing; targets faster digital health growth

Nokia today announced plans to sharpen the focus of Nokia Technologies on digital health, and accelerate growth in that market, while optimizing investments in virtual reality (VR). Nokia Technologies will also focus on growing brand and technology licensing while leaving its successful patent licensing business untouched.

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Stagecoach Group commissions bespoke cloud-based purchase invoice approval system

Stagecoach Group commissions bespoke cloud-based purchase invoice approval system

International public transport group Stagecoach has become an early adopter of a new cloud-based system to automate its purchase invoice approval process.

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Trust birthday hits chord with patients

Trust birthday hits chord with patients

A hospital trust which last month delighted patients with poetry ‘prescriptions’ is this month treating them to a dose of ‘medicinal music’.

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Cambridge Enterprise teams with Cambridge Social Ventures for social enterprise pilot

Cambridge Enterprise teams with Cambridge Social Ventures for social enterprise pilot

Cambridge Enterprise teams with Cambridge Social Ventures at Cambridge Judge for social investment seed funding pilot programme.

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James Fry, new partner at Mills & Reeve

Mills & Reeve boosts life sciences team with high-profile hire

Leading national law firm Mills & Reeve has welcomed life sciences specialist James Fry as a partner after more than 17 years at Eversheds Sutherland.

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St Mary's Junior School girls open new exhibition at Centre for Computing History

St Mary's Junior School girls open new exhibition at Centre for Computing History

Students from St Mary’s Junior School Cambridge Open New Exhibition at Centre for Computing History - Where did all the women go?

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GPR-1100 portable oxygen analyzer from Analytical Industries Inc

Cost-effective oxygen analyzer for marine maintenance

When a tanker ship is having maintenance, the leak check of the tanks is an important part of the final safety procedure.

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Project asks us to imagine a fairer Britain by 2027

Project asks us to imagine a fairer Britain by 2027

Labour History Research Unit and Cambridge Commons collaborate on programme

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Social Enterprise East of England

Celebrate Social Saturday on 14 October!

How will you be celebrating Social Saturday on 14 October?

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Lauterbach Debug Tools

Lauterbach provides debugging technology for autonomous drive and connected cars

Lauterbach extends its TRACE32® debugger to provide QNX 7.0 with OS aware debugging capabilities

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