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Bango announces first Google Play direct carrier billing in South America

Bango platform opens up carrier billing in Google Play for Entel Chile.

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CyanConnode wins new order for European utility

CyanConnode, the world leader in narrowband radio mesh networks, announces a purchase order worth €184,000 from one of its existing partners, an industry leader in energy management solutions, for a smart metering deployment for a European utility.

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Comment on new town proposals

A six-week public consultation has begun into plans for the second half of a proposed new town north of Waterbeach.

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British spacetech pioneer Oxford Space Systems secures £6.7m in funding

Oxford Space Systems (OSS) today announces it has secured £6.7 million in funding from a syndicate of investors including IQ Capital, Longwall Ventures, Foresight Williams, OTIF, Midven and Wren. The current round, led by Longwall Ventures, brings the total amount raised in external funding to £10m since OSS’ launch in late 2013.

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What does quantum do that is so disruptive?

Taking the quantum leap: what is quantum technology for business?

Businesses could be forgiven for pleading tech fatigue as they try to keep up with the fast-developing worlds of artificial intelligence, internet of things (IoT) and cyber. But there’s another breakthrough on the horizon that is demanding attention – quantum technology.

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Cambridge launches UK’s first quantum network

The UK’s first quantum network was launched yesterday (Weds) in Cambridge, enabling ‘unhackable’ communications, made secure by the laws of physics, between three sites around the city.

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some of the MFin alumni ten years on

Cambridge Judge Master of Finance (MFin) class of 2008: where are they now?

The Master of Finance (MFin) programme at Cambridge Judge Business School began in 2008, right in the midst of the global financial crisis that has affected the banking system and the operation of financial markets around the world.

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Countdown to Parklife is on!

Parklife, South Cambridgeshire District Council’s free, family fun day returns on Sunday 1 July, and residents are being reminded about the exciting range of activities that will be on offer.

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Health Enterprise East partners with University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

Health Enterprise East (HEE) is pleased to announce its newest member trust, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust.

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Linx raises £10,000 for Alzheimer’s Research UK

Employees at St Ives company Linx Printing Technologies have raised £10,000 for Alzheimer’s Research UK by taking part in a range of fundraising activities over the course of a year.

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Magna and May Mobility partner to build, deploy and scale self-driving shuttles

Getting around in some of the crowded city streets of America is about to get a little easier. May Mobility, a Michigan startup building self-driving shuttles, has partnered with Magna, a mobility technology company and one of the world's largest automotive suppliers, to retrofit and scale up May Mobility's unique fleet of self-driving shuttles set to enter the US market.

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Doctors know best

Cambridge consultants Mr Richard Hardwick, general surgeon, and Mr Nimish Shah, consultant urologist, have been included in the 2018 “Top Doctors List” compiled and reported in The Daily Mail.

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TWI successfully deposits silicon carbide (ThermaSiC) coatings by thermal spraying techniques

TWI recently completed a project on the development of ThermaSiC coatings, a new product from Seram Coatings, Norway. TWI’s expertise has led to a breakthrough in the deposition of silicon carbide (SiC) based thermal spray powders, which are known to decompose at elevated temperatures.

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Asia flow chemistry system is proving invaluable for medicinal c

Italian scientists take a flow chemistry approach for medicinal chemistry programmes

The versatile Asia flow chemistry system from Syrris is helping researchers at the University of Perugia in Italy to develop novel integrated systems for medicinal chemistry programmes.

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Genetic discovery will help clinicians identify aggressive versus benign bone tumours

The first genetic marker for the bone tumour, osteoblastoma, has been discovered by scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and their collaborators.

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#OnetoWatch Cambridge Independent Science & Technology Award COF

#OnetoWatch initiative showcases innovation

After months of research, Cofinitive’s #OnetoWatch initiative launched last month and has got off to a flying start. As an entrepreneurial company itself, Cofinitive is compiling THE list of Ones to Watch.

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Film partnerships - a tax perspective

Film partnerships do not generally figure in the tech and biotech tax advisory niche, but they’ve attracted attention in the press recently. Confluence Tax offers their view...

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Roadmapping

Webinar - corporate attitudes to technology and product roadmapping

Product and technology roadmapping methods are widely used across industry sectors. A forthcoming webinar reports on a survey examining attitudes to roadmapping and discusses its drivers, value and key barriers.

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Mobile industry works together to deliver complete 5G system standard on time

3GPP TSG #80 Plenary Meeting has approved the completion of the standalone (SA) Release 15 5G specifications.

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Higher mental health risk for rural LGBT+ teachers

LGBT+ teachers working in rural areas are far more likely to suffer mental health problems than those based in urban schools, according to new research by Anglia Ruskin University.

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