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Seven tips to protect your business from employee sabotage

The unfortunate truth is that workplace sabotage is a thing. The good news is that there are processes that you can put in place to increase protection for your business. Read HR Dept's latest #HR blog to be in the know.

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Ambitious boathouse plans on course to boost rowing for girls

St Mary’s School, Cambridge is making rapid progress with its ambitious plans to greatly enhance opportunities for St Mary’s girls to experience that most iconic of Cambridge sports: rowing.

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Network 18 selects Darktrace AI to protect intellectual property

Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defence, has announced that India’s top media organisation, Network 18, has deployed Darktrace’s AI technology to safeguard its intellectual property from sophisticated cyber-attacks.

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Conservationists share ‘core aims’ but clash over ways forward, study finds

Research reveals rifts within global movement – from economic approaches to protected areas – while confirming support for aims underpinning it.

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Triathlete Jonathon Clarke

Waterbeach world championship athlete auctions kit space to raise money for EACH

A Waterbeach athlete who will be flying the flag for Great Britain at the Triathlon World Championships in Switzerland later this year is asking businesses to bid for a place on his kit, with the money to go to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

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Genetic code of WWI soldier’s cholera mapped

The oldest publicly-available strain of the cholera-causing bacterial species, Vibrio cholerae, has had its genetic code read for the first time by researchers at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and their collaborators. The bacterium was isolated from a British soldier during World War One (WWI) and stored for over 100 years before being revived and sequenced.

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Triple bill: Featuring Mr Dang, the Power Rangers and PowerApps

Triple bill: Featuring Mr Dang, the Power Rangers and PowerApps & Flow for Education

Business Cloud Integration is delighted to announce Cambridge's 2nd PowerApps and Flow User Group, starting 6pm May 2nd at the Bradfield Centre.

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Points of View: Market update

This week Jason Butler of NW Brown looks back at the past quarter in the markets.

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Duncan Walker, Partner at BDB Pitmans.

Overseas investment in Cambridge: important things to consider

Cambridge’s reputation for world leading business ideas has attracted considerable interest from the global investor community. In turn, growth companies in our region are hungry for capital and welcome engagement with overseas investors, says Duncan Walker, Partner at BDB Pitmans.

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Qualcomm brings power efficient artificial intelligence inference processing to the Cloud

The Qualcomm® Cloud AI 100 Accelerator Extends Qualcomm Technologies’ Reach into the Datacenter

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Qualcomm enables amazing consumer experiences with new Snapdragon 730, 730G and 665

Elevating New Experiences in Artificial Intelligence, Camera and Gaming

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Apprentice of the year Myra Gylks with Alexis Moreau.

Myra goes from bed maker to apprentice of the year

A staff member at Robinson College in Cambridge, who joined as a bed maker 25 years ago, has just won the Apprentice of the Year Award for catering and hospitality at Cambridge Regional College (CRC).

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 Knowledge Assessment Teaching Engine (K.A.T.E.®).

Cambridge Spark awarded £1.4m for AI-powered data science EdTech platform

Cambridge Spark, leading provider of data science apprenticeships, training and recruitment, has been awarded £1.4 million in funding from Innovate UK.

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Lessons from a humble bike shop

Hugh Massam Senior PR Associate at KISS, says: I’m lucky to live in a cycling city, with one of the country’s highest bike-shop counts per head. The independents often barely squeak by, and all bike retailers are impacted by online competition.

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Audio Analytic granted new patent to give headphones a sense of hearing

A new granted patent from Audio Analytic, the world’s leading provider of sound recognition software, will bring artificial intelligence (AI) to headphones, earphones and earbuds. The new patent enables these ‘hearable’ devices to recognise sounds that cannot be heard by wearers, as well as adapting to the acoustic environment to enhance the audio experience and improve battery life.

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Events Team at Gonville & Caius

Parties in the garden - new events space offers exciting all-year round venue

A Cambridge College is unveiling its innovative new facilities for corporate entertaining – both during the Summer months and for Christmas celebrations.

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PragmatIC initial orders already exceed 20 million flexible integrated circuits

PragmatIC, a world leader in ultra-low-cost flexible electronics, is proud to announce that in just two months it has received orders for over 20 million flexible integrated circuits (FlexICs). Orders from customers in Europe, North America and Asia endorse PragmatIC’s unique technology platform as the ideal solution for introducing connectivity into mass market applications.

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Justin Ott, CEO and David Blair, CFO, Spark EV Technology (L-R)

Spark EV accelerates growth with appointment of David Blair as Chief Financial Officer

Experienced business leader joins electric vehicle leader Spark to support company internationalisation and new funding round.

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GHX launches new GS1-ready procurement solution across the UK

Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX), a leader in cloud-based healthcare supply chain management solutions, recently launched the first of its new-generation products into the UK market, GHX Procure.

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Pension Tax Traps

Tax traps – the Lifetime Allowance

The Lifetime Allowance limits the preferential tax treatment of UK pension schemes when drawing benefits. This is currently £1,055,000 and increases annually by inflation, says NW Brown.

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