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C. elegans worms labelled with a fluorescent protein

What can worms tell us about human ageing?

Community-developed blueprint of worm metabolism holds promise for greater understanding of ageing.

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Sophie Woodward

I can’t think of anything to write….

What do you do when inspiration doesn't always come naturally?

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IQGeo announces next generation geospatial platform to disrupt legacy GIS systems

IQGeo (AIM:IQG) has announced an exciting new next generation geospatial platform that challenges the conventional role and capabilities of legacy GIS environments. Designed specifically for telco and utility network operators, the new platform dramatically accelerates productivity and collaboration, reducing field costs and enabling digital transformation.

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LEP Network at Downing Street

Meeting marks closer government co-operation on regional Industrial Strategy

Downing Street meeting marks closer government co-operation on Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Industrial Strategy.

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Urban Data Project will be deployed in Cambridge

Telensa announces the Urban Data Project with Cambridge as launch partner city

Telensa, a leader in smart street lighting and smart city applications, today announced the Urban Data Project. Telensa has built a solution powered by the Microsoft Azure cloud platform that creates a trust infrastructure for urban data, one that enables cities to collect, protect and use their data for the benefit of all citizens. The first deployment will be in Cambridge.

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Oxfordshire businesses rush to join launch of new low-carbon business network

Oxfordshire Greentech, Oxfordshire’s new low-carbon business network, will launch at the Said Business School, Oxford, today (6 February 2019) along with the release of the findings of a new study into the strength of the low-carbon economy in the county.

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Packaging

Stocks in Focus: DS Smith

This week Danielle Gibson of NW Brown revisits the international packaging company DS Smith, following the completion of its €1.8 billion acquisition of the Spanish sustainable packaging business known as ‘Europac’.

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Hanna Beaumont FIRM, Director: Corporate, La Playa

La Playa's advice on insuring against bad debt as economic uncertainty deepens

For many businesses, their largest asset (typically 40% of the value) is their sales ledger – which in many cases is completely uninsured. Credit Insurance is often poorly understood, but in times of economic uncertainty, it's worth finding out how it could help protect against bad debt.

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RxCelerate acquires cutting-edge molecular modelling company Prosarix

RxCelerate, one of the leading out-sourced drug discovery and development platforms in the UK, announced that it has acquired UK-based molecular modelling company Prosarix.

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Origins of depression brought into focus in large-scale gene study

Hundreds of genes have been newly linked to depression, shedding light on the origins of the condition and highlighting personality types that could be at risk.

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Councillor Mark Goldsack

Free Wi-Fi goes live in Soham

East Cambridgeshire Distrcit Council is continuing the roll-out of free public Wi-Fi by providing access points in Soham this month.

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Organoids

100 cancer organoid models developed by Sanger Institute scientists

Researchers at the Wellcome Sanger Institute have developed 100 cancer organoids.The work was co-funded by Cancer Research UK and the Sanger Institute and leads the UK effort as part of the international Human Cancer Model Initiative (HCMI). The organoids will soon be available for researchers, together with associated data including whole genome sequences.

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PureFocus850 Laser Autofocus

PureFocus 850 - the ultimate in high speed microscope autofocus

Prior Scientific is proud to announce the release of its new PureFocus 850, a revolutionary autofocus for biological and industrial imaging.

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Cambridge businesses - are you ready to join the 100 Miles in May challenge?

Are you a runner, cyclist, walker or swimmer? Perhaps your colleagues are too? Join the 100 Miles in May challenge event and help raise funds for new and innovative melanoma research.

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Improve your business' rank on Google for key phrases and search terms

If you are a business that doesn't understand SEO, Local Buzz Marketing can help you out. This article will help you understand the basics of SEO and five easy ways you can use keywords to improve your SEO ranking.

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February events in Cambridge offer something for everyone

Cambridgeshire is a sociable place, populated by people with inquiring minds. This makes for some great talks - and you never know who you might meet or what you might learn. What a great environment in which to live. Here Cambridge Network rounds up just a few member events on offer this month:

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Joao Batista Costa

Joao Batista Costa joins Salus Wellness Clinics

Joao Batista Costa has joined Salus Wellness this month.

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2019 is the Year of the Pig

Babel: Happy Chinese New Year 2019!

Chinese New Year is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays and is celebrated as the Spring Festival. This year, Chinese New Year is today (Tuesday 5 February) and is the Year of the Pig. Find out what it's like to be a Pig and things to avoided on the first day of Chinese New Year.

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Credit: Claudia and David Harding

Cambridge University secures unprecedented £100m gift to support students

Cambridge University has announced an unprecedented £100 million gift to help attract the most talented postgraduate and undergraduate students from the UK and around the world. The donation from the David and Claudia Harding Foundation is the biggest single gift made to a university in the UK by a British philanthropist.

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Cambridge receives new funding to support PhD students in science and engineering

The University of Cambridge has received new government and industrial funding to support at least 350 PhD students over the next eight years, via the creation of new Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs).

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