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Sage Sookio

Watch: Sookio shares social media tips with Sage on Facebook Live

As a Sage Business Expert, Sue Keogh (Sookio) regularly offers tips and advice to the Sage business community on digital marketing. This week she was at their London HQ in the Shard to offer essential social media tips for small businesses, all broadcasted via Facebook Live to their community of nearly 600k followers.

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Arthur Rank Hospice

Visit the new Arthur Rank Hospice at its next Open Day on Friday

This is your opportunity to take a tour of the brand new Arthur Rank Hospice on Friday 21st July.

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Cambridge Network launches jobs board powered by ThisWay Global’s machine learning technology

Cambridge Network, the biggest membership organisation in Cambridge with the top jobs board for members, has partnered with ThisWay Global, a Cambridge-based technology company that has launched a software platform powered by machine learning for the global talent acquisition market.

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Talking skills at CRC

Cambridge Regional College partnership could boost skills training in China

Cambridge Regional College’s specialist lecturers could be helping train the trainers in one of China’s fastest-growing regions.

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Horizon Discovery Group plc acquires GE Healthcare Dharmacon, Inc. for $85 million

Horizon Discovery Group plc (LSE: HZD), a global leader in the application of gene editing technologies, today announces that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Dharmacon from General Electric Company for a total consideration of $85 million (£65 million), subject to a working capital adjustment at completion of the Acquisition (Completion).

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Botanic Garden launches new Flower Power Family Trail

Cambridge University Botanic Garden launches new Flower Power Family Trail

A new Flower Power Trail opens soon at Cambridge University Botanic Garden. The new trail, to be launched on Saturday (22nd July), is aimed at families with primary school aged children and will take visitors around the Garden to meet fabulous flowers and find out about the groovy creatures that pollinate them.

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Bismuth oxyiodide light absorbers

Non-toxic alternative for next-generation solar cells

Researchers have demonstrated how a non-toxic alternative to lead could form the basis of next-generation solar cells.

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Brexit: job insecurity fears more than double in aftermath of ‘leave’ vote

The decision to leave the EU was made just over a year ago, but the ramifications are still being felt (and are largely yet to be felt!) in workplaces across Britain. Office Genie decided to see how Brexit has affected the UK workforce and discovered it's had a devastating impact on job security: levels of insecurity have more than doubled since the vote last June.

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EACH receives thousands of pounds following Isleham One Day Event

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is thrilled to have received £6,000 from the organisers of Isleham One Day Event.

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cleaning products

Stocks in Focus: Reckitt Benckiser

This week Girish Ramrous of NW Brown revisits Reckitt Benckiser, the global consumer goods company.

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Suzanne Folbigg

Woodfines Solicitors appoints new Commercial Property solicitor

Woodfines Solicitors is proud to announce the appointment of a new Commercial Property solicitor. Suzanne Folbigg comes with over six years’ experience of commercial property and agricultural transactions gained at prominent national and international firms.

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Guo Yang(TUS Holdings)Andrew Priest (Hewitsons)&David Morgan

MSF Technologies provides tomorrow’s solution today in collaboration with cleantech leaders

Leaders from the cleantech sector have come together in Cambridge to discuss the fourth industrial revolution and its potential impact on innovation and technology. David Morgan, Chief Executive Officer at MSF Technologies, was a guest speaker alongside industry trailblazers from University of Cambridge, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability of Leadership and ARM who led the keynote session.

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Is the rise of fake news a good thing for our brands and content creators?

There's been a lot of negativity surrounding 'Fake News', but Olly Cooper, Senior Account Executive at KISS, explores how it could be a good thing for brands.

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CFM

How to handle social media complaints

Customers expect a speedy, effective and empathetic resolution to their complaints - and companies need to be listening and responding accordingly, says CFM Group.

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Justin Ripman, Senior Partner at Mills & Reeve

Mills & Reeve continues to outperform peers with above average financial growth for 2016/17

Mills & Reeve continues to outperform peers with above average financial growth for 2016/17. The firm comfortably outperformed the average 4.6% growth of the other top 100 UK law firms.

18/07/2017Read in full

Woodfines offers a Debt Recovery Service

Woodfines is pleased to offer a Debt Recovery Service, in four simple, yet effective steps.

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One Nucleus appoints new Chief Executive

One Nucleus, the not-for-profit membership organisation for international life science and healthcare companies, is delighted to announce that Tony Jones, currently Director of Business Development at One Nucleus, is to become the company’s new Chief Executive.

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snip graphic/ Image Credit: The District

Snip, snip, cure: correcting defects in the genetic blueprint

Gene editing using ‘molecular scissors’ that snip out and replace faulty DNA could provide an almost unimaginable future for some patients: a complete cure. Cambridge researchers are working towards making the technology cheap and safe, as well as examining the ethical and legal issues surrounding one of the most exciting medical advances of recent times.

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I drink because I'm thirsty Credit: Nithi Anand

Vice-Chancellor’s awards recognise the difference researchers make to society

An open source, 3D-printable microscope that forms the cornerstone of rapid, automated water testing kits for use in low and middle-income countries, has helped a Cambridge researcher and his not-for-profit spin-out company win the top prize in this year’s Vice-Chancellor’s Impact Awards at the University of Cambridge.

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Experts gather to tackle global health challenges

The biggest health issues facing the world will be addressed in Cambridge next Tuesday (25 July) when leading experts arrive at Anglia Ruskin University for the Sustainable Health Symposium 2017.

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