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Gene therapy restores paw function in rats with spinal cord injury

MRC-funded researchers at King’s College London have shown that rats with spinal cord injuries can re-learn skilled hand movements after being treated with a gene therapy.

18/06/2018Read in full

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Onespacemedia launches brand identity and website for government-led UK5G programme

Onespacemedia is proud to have launched a new brand identity and website for UK5G - a government-led programme designed to provide a large scale boost to the development and communication of the UK’s 5G ecosystem.

18/06/2018Read in full

BIG Summer BBQ - Fort St George

Don't miss the BIG Summer BBQ

Meet like-minded people from a diverse range of businesses when Creating Cambridge once again repeats its popular BIG Summer BBQ on Friday 20th July 2018.

18/06/2018Read in full

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Democratic Republic of Congo launches public reporting system to combat child sexual abuse

The Democratic Republic of Congo’s government has today (16 June), on the Day of the African Child 2018, announced a new system for reporting child sexual abuse images and videos in partnership with international children’s charity, the Cambridge-based IWF (Internet Watch Foundation).

16/06/2018Read in full

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International stem cell art exhibition comes to Cambridge

Stem cells have the extraordinary ability to develop into any type of cell in the body. They also have huge potential for use in the treatment of diseases and in regenerative medicine. To explore the future of stem cell research from an artistic perspective, the Wellcome – MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute and the SciArt Center (New York) today launch a new international exhibition entitled “Infinite Potentials”.

15/06/2018Read in full

Camfed uses £2.78m raised by UK Aid Match appeal to help protect girls from child marriage

To coincide with the Day of the African Child (16 June 2018), Camfed — the Campaign for Female Education — announced the launch of an ambitious project to train hundreds of young women in rural Zambia as ‘GirlGuardians’ to protect more than 16,000 girls from child marriage and keep them in secondary school.

15/06/2018Read in full

Baby examination by doctor: 3D printing for medical study

Print My Part 3D printing used for medical study

Cambridge based 3D printing service, Print My Part, has been working with Ramiro M Joly-Mascheroni, a PhD student within the Cognitive Neuroscience Research Unit at City University, London, to produce a range of visual development stimuli.

15/06/2018Read in full

‘'Photographing Tutankhamun’ exhibition

‘Photographing Tutankhamun’ exhibition reveals historical context behind pioneering images

Iconic photography taken during the decade-long excavation of King Tutankhamun’s tomb has gone on display at Cambridge University’s Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (MAA).

15/06/2018Read in full

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Study identifies key challenges when communicating potential policies

A team of Cambridge researchers sets out to define a new science for policy communications, with ambitions of finding the “Goldilocks zone” between too much and not enough information when informing both legislators and the public on complex issues.

15/06/2018Read in full

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Technology game changer: Magna’s 48-volt transfer case leads array of CO2-fighting products

Magna is on the fast track to vehicle electrification. With its all-new industry-leading 48-volt transfer case and an array of other 48-volt products, Magna continues to help automakers meet increasingly stringent global CO2 and fuel-economy regulations.

15/06/2018Read in full

Businesses are invited to get involved in Opportunities Ahead

Get involved in Opportunities Ahead 2018, Form the Future's third annual careers fair

Businesses are invited to get involved in Opportunities Ahead, an event next month open to all schools and designed for students in Years 9-13 who are looking for inspiration and information about their future careers.

15/06/2018Read in full

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IT Governance launches price boost for next phase of GDPR compliance

IT Governance, the leading provider of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) training courses and consultancy, is offering a 15% discount when customers spend more than £250 on GDPR essentials using promo code GDPR-SAVE15.

15/06/2018Read in full

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The healing potential of tango for people living with Parkinson’s: upcoming events

Meet Kate Swindlehurst, a Cambridge-based tango dancer living with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s, to find out how the emotional and social benefits of Tango have a positive impact on the quality of life for people living with Parkinson's.

15/06/2018Read in full

When to appeal a civil penalty for illegal working

In the last quarter of 2017 alone, the Home Office issued over £11.5million in civil penalty fines to UK businesses for illegal working. But, as immigration expert Anne Morris explains, the Home Office doesn’t always get it right - so it’s worth business owners looking at their options to appeal the fine.

15/06/2018Read in full

websters expands business with new hires and opens a new office

Websters, the tax, finance, legal and accountancy specialists, announce the expansion of their business with the opening of a new office in Snettisham, near to King’s Lynn, Norfolk. The firm also welcomes four new members of staff to their offices in the UK and Australia.

14/06/2018Read in full

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Family calls for Sainsbury’s customers to vote Alzheimer’s Research UK

Devoted son Doron Salomon, whose story captured the hearts of the nation when he thanked Sainsbury’s for ‘going above and beyond’ to support his mum following her Alzheimer’s diagnosis, is calling on Cambridge residents to vote for Alzheimer's Research UK to become the next Local Charity of the Year at three Sainsbury's stores.

14/06/2018Read in full

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Becky Hartley joins Salus Wellness this month

Becky Hartley has joined Salus Wellness this month.Becky is a dietitian who specialises in working with any adult who wants to explore how dietary change can contribute to optimising wellbeing, while working on their relationship with food to support longer term change.

14/06/2018Read in full

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Majority of UK plans to watch FIFA World Cup, but interests vary significantly

The 2018 FIFA World Cup is set to grip the nation, and will see millions of arm-chair supporters opt to join friends, family and the general public for a shared viewing experience rather than watch the matches on their own, according to an EY survey of 2,000 UK consumers.

14/06/2018Read in full

Cambridge Research Park sells for £78 million

Cambridge Research Park sells for £78 million

Rockspring Property Investment Managers LLP has completed the off-market disposal of Cambridge Research Park, part of Cambridge’s high growth science and tech market, to Royal London Asset Management, acting for The Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Limited, for circa £78 million.

14/06/2018Read in full

Government announces new UK Start Up Visa

Earlier this week, Home Secretary Sajid Javid announced government plans to launch a new UK Start Up Visa in Spring 2019, to help boost the UK tech sector.

14/06/2018Read in full

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