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Guests and staff from ARHC at the Sparking Afternoon Tea at Quy

Over £3,000 raised at Afternoon Tea by 121 supporters of Arthur Rank Hospice Charity

Afternoon Tea has proven so popular, an extra date was added at Quy Mill Hotel and Spa to raise funds for Arthur Rank Hospice. ...

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Calling in the AgriTech cavalry: AgriTech and food supply

Food supply is one of the biggest issues of our time. With limited natural resources, growing populations and climate change pressing down, the problem of feeding ourselves is only getting bigger. AgriTech is the answer.

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Bioclimatic Pergolas on rooftop

Cambridgestyle Canopies installs Bioclimatic Pergolas in Cardiff

The latest installation by CambridgeStyle Canopies is of two bioclimatic pergolas on the rooftop of an eight-storey students' accommodation building in Cardiff City Centre.

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DisplayLink commits $100m to UK research and development

DisplayLink®, the leading provider of USB graphics and wireless virtual reality technology, today announced a significant commitment to a new 60,000 sq ft engineering design centre on the Cambridge Science Park to accommodate up to 500 employees, primarily engaged in integrated circuit and software development, as well as other corporate functions. The facility will be ready for occupation later this year.

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People with autism have an altered sense of self

New research has indicated that people with autism have an altered sense of self, which may explain some of the differences shown in social functioning.

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Daniel Zeichner Mp at the new eco mosque

Cambridge MP visits Europe's first ever purpose built eco mosque

Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge, recently dropped in on Cambridge’s new purpose-built eco mosque to see the finishing touches that have been put to the building. The Mosque, which has recently seen a soft opening, is located on Mill Road and is expected to have an official opening in May 2019.

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AVEVA to acquire MaxGrip’s software assets

AVEVA, a global leader in engineering and industrial software, today announced a significant addition to its comprehensive Asset Performance Management (APM) portfolio with the acquisition of the software assets of MaxGrip, subject to approval from MaxGrip’s shareholders. MaxGrip, an AVEVA partner since 2017, is a pioneer in optimising asset performance with Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) solutions.

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Women making waves on Cambridge 105 Radio

Sue Keogh’s making waves

Listen in! Sookio Director, Sue Keogh, will be on Cambridge 105 Radio’s Women Making Waves tomorrow (Saturday) at 2pm.

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Kristian Shearsby

Mills & Reeve boosts life sciences team

Law firm Mills and Reeve has expanded its corporate practice with the appointment of Kristian Shearsby.

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5th Annual AXA Health Tech & You Awards finalists announced

Entrepreneurs and innovators from all over the world are recognised in the fifth year of the Health Tech & You Awards programme.

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Top dogs at St Mary’s School, Cambridge raise money for charity

Dogs of all breeds, shapes and sizes descended on St Mary’s School, Cambridge on Friday 29 March for the annual Dog Show. The show formed the finale of two weeks of fundraising undertaken by students and staff at St Mary’s to raise money to enable sick and disabled children to visit Lourdes in France this summer.

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Opportunity: Constructing a digital environment - open call

The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) is inviting proposals for a second round of feasibility studies, costing up to £240,000 at 80% full economic cost, with a maximum duration of 12 months, as part of the Constructing a Digital Environment programme.

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Michael Kitson

Podcast focuses on business opportunities and challenges in Brazil

The latest in the the Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series was recorded in Brazil, as part of the international business trip of the school's Executive MBA (EMBA) class of 2018.

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Businesses invited to attend iiE Awards – celebrating the region’s environmental achievements

Is your organisation looking to become greener and improve its environmental credentials? Would you like to learn best practice from other companies that are already making sustainability a priority?

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Spring trend watch – look outside your industry for fresh insights

When Facebook launched in 2004, your profile page offered two options under ‘gender’ – now there are about 60 ‘custom’ choices.

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Soniya Savant, left, and Nicole Parker join Robinson College.

Robinson College appoints new Conference and Events Manager

Robinson College has appointed Nicole Parker as its new Conference & Events Manager.

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New strategy aims to increase supply of housing that’s affordable

A new strategy to tackle South Cambridgeshire’s housing challenges has been approved by the District Council – with an emphasis on providing homes that are affordable for local workers.

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UK’s leading berry producer selects cyber AI

Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defence, has today announced that Berry Gardens, the UK’s leading berry and stone fruit producer, has deployed Darktrace’s Industrial Immune System to protect its entire digital infrastructure from highly disruptive attacks and insider threats.

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A new global ‘language’ for nature’s resources

A new environmental classification system is the first to fully categorise both the renewable and non-renewable resources that provide benefits to people and the economy. This depth of information will provide a consistent ‘language’ for decision makers at all levels in the public and private sectors to consistently manage nature, as well as the services it provides.

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Professor Stephen Morris

New RAND Professor of Health Services Research appointed by the University of Cambridge

Professor Stephen Morris has been appointed as the new RAND Professor of Health Services Research at the University of Cambridge.

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