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Adonis: New infrastructure can bring new towns and billions to national economy

A ground-breaking new deal between Whitehall and local leaders in one of the most economically-important parts of the country - the arc covering Oxford, Milton Keynes, Bedford, Northampton and Cambridge - could add hundreds of billions of pounds to the national economy each year and lead to the first new towns in the UK for half a century, Lord Adonis said today.

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Letterpress printed posters creating using the 3D printed blocks

Local businesses join forces, using 3D printing to preserve artisan craft

Part time letterpress printer and Director of Cambridge University's Careers Service, Gordon Chesterman, has collaborated with local 3D printing bureau, Print My Part, to explore a new method of creating letterpress printing blocks: an approach using modern technology to support traditional printing methods.

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Improving infrastructure in East of England key to productivity boost – new report finds

Improving intra-regional rail links to unblock road congestion, particularly around the Cambridge area, as well as rail links to the South East and London, are key to helping to boost productivity in the East of England – according to a new report issued by KPMG today.

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‘Mini liver tumours’ created in a dish for the first time

Scientists have created mini biological models of human primary liver cancers, known as organoids, in the lab for the first time. In a paper published in Nature Medicine, the tiny laboratory models of tumours were used to identify a new drug that could potentially treat certain types of liver cancer.

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Professor Greg Hannon

New Director of Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute announced

Professor Greg Hannon is announced as the new director of the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute.

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'Half of UK consumers don’t believe commercial organisations care about their privacy'

Businesses face far more than just fines for non-compliance with GDPR, according to a new report from Thales e-Security.

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Money tree growing out of a book

Book examines social purpose investing

A student project on investing with social purpose, undertaken as part of the Executive MBA (EMBA) programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, has been adapted to form part of a new book entitled Conscious Investing.

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Understanding the basics of HR

Many managers are expected to deal with employee related matters but have not received any training from their employer.

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Anthias Consulting Black Friday Deal

Black Friday! Save on analytical training with Anthias Consulting

Anthias Consulting is launching a Black Friday deal on 24th November – offering you the chance to SAVE on analytical training in 2018.

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IMechE Presidential visit to TWI

TWI strengthens links with the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)

TWI’s Cambridge headquarters hosted a visit from a delegation from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), with a view to demonstrating its industrial support in mechanical engineering. The visit points to closer collaboration between the two organisations with opportunities for sharing and publishing technical knowledge of interest to their members.

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Martin Whiteley

LEP announces new Interim Chief Executive

The Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP has announced its new Interim Chief Executive following a decision made by the LEP Board last week.

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Serious Impact

Two-day Mixed Reality hackathon challenge in Cambridge, hosted by Allia Serious Impact

Ever wanted to try on an Oculus rift, look through a HoloLens or build something in Unity? This weekend (18th and 19th November), Cambridge will be hosting >sudo : immerse, a free weekend-long team hackathon using leading mixed reality (MR) and virtual reality (VR) tech. The weekend is the latest in a series of Challenge Weekends led by Allia’s Serious Impact programme, which supports impact innovation.

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Josef Woodward, Director at Bailey Fisher

Bailey Fisher Executive Search appoints Josef Woodward as Director of Private Markets

Bailey Fisher Executive Search is pleased to announce the appointment of Josef Woodward as Director of Private Markets. Josef brings extensive experience in executive search, business strategy and management, including Director roles at two leading search firms and a business strategy role with an international premium branded family firm.

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Active+ is evidence-based exercise class, support & education

Active+ low-cost, community-based rehabilitation and patient activation programme launched

Aseptika Ltd, Huntingdon announces the Active+ TM community-based, life-long rehabilitation and support programme, will be showcased in preparation for wide-spread adoption, at the Eastern AHSN Embracing Self-care event in Newmarket today.

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Engineer that was dismissed while depressed wins tribunal

It has been reported that a technology firm in Cambridgeshire behaved totally unreasonably when they unfairly dismissed an employee who was undertaking extended sickness absence due to depression.

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New resource for youngsters seeking a civil engineering career

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has launched a new information, advice and guidance portal for young people and career changers to find out more about civil engineering.

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Smart implant breakthrough

Cambridge Consultants develops smart implant breakthrough

MagLense, a breakthrough in through body wireless power transfer from product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants, is set to revolutionise the world of medical implants and consumer wearable devices.

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Active+ part of supported self care, key to improving health

Supported self-care is key to improving health and wellbeing; reducing hospital admissions

Projects in the East of England have proven that a combination of supported self-care is empowering people to take back control of their health and wellbeing.

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Elpis BioMed closes funding round to commercialise platform for generating human cell types

Elpis BioMed Ltd, a University of Cambridge spin-out, applying its disruptive and proprietary “direct cell reprogramming” platform to produce pure, mature and highly consistent batches of human cell types for research, toxicology and drug development, has announced today that it has raised funds to bring its human cell products and services to market.

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Shadow Transport team visits Stansted Airport

Shadow Transport team visits Stansted Airport to hear about growth plans and transformation

London Stansted yesterday (Weds) welcomed the Shadow Transport Secretary, Andy McDonald MP, and Shadow Aviation Minister, Karl Turner MP, to see how the airport is planning to make best use of its existing runway capacity and improve the UK’s global connectivity over the next decade.

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