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An inspiring evening with Peter Cowley

Last week, Green Custard Director James Green went 'back to his roots' by returning to his former College to chair an event at the University of Cambridge.

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Circular Economy event explores the challenges and opportunities

Economic growth, while desirable, tends to be linked to consumption, yet consumption cannot continue indefinitely at the expense of the earth’s resources. Join Cambridge Network and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) for a free afternoon event on Monday 26th February to explore an attractive and viable alternative – the circular economy.

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Safer Internet Day: how to protect children from Internet threats

Safer Internet Day: how to protect children from Internet threats

Younger Internet users are among the most vulnerable victims of Internet scams, cybercriminals and hackers. Safer Internet Day, celebrated today (February 6) this year, is a reminder for everyone to take part in creating a safer Internet.

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IT Governance helps more than 600 clients achieve ISO 27001 certification and compliance

IT Governance, a leading global provider of data protection, risk management and compliance solutions, is proud to announce that it has helped more than 600 clients with their ISO 27001 certification and compliance projects.

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Cambridge Ahead supports findings of Mass Transport Options Assessment Report

Business and academic member organisation, Cambridge Ahead today expressed support for the conclusions reached in the recently published Greater Cambridge Mass Transport Options Assessment Report.

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What will I need to retire?

The golden question when it comes to retirement planning is determining how much you will need to accumulate to successfully stop working, while maintaining your lifestyle.

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Life at Featurespace: Meet Emanuele Levi, implementation engineer

Emanuele joined Featurespace as an implementation engineer in 2017 and has worked with some of the company’s key clients in banking and payments. His studies in mathematics and physics led him to pursue implementation engineering. Here, he shares his insights on working as part of Featurespace’s core product delivery team in Cambridge...

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Improving Your Video Marketing Strategy with OH! Films

Improve your video marketing strategy with OH! Films

People love stories. The most clicked videos are those that feature stories in them, rather than a simple video introduction of a product or company. You’ll need to plan to create more videos with stories featuring your staff, customers and products with clever ideas that will get your audience hooked each time they click play.

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Cambridge Index falls 0.4%

The Cambridge Index lost 0.4% or 92.09 points to finish at 25,567.7, as seven of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share prices.

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Mozambique launches first Reporting Portal for child sexual abuse material online

Mozambique takes a vital step towards removing online child sexual abuse from the internet by launching a public reporting system this Safer Internet Day.

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Preparing for the future: artificial intelligence and us

As the University of Cambridge begins a month-long focus on research related to artificial intelligence, four researchers reflect on the power of a technology to impact nearly every aspect of modern life – and why we need to be ready.

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'Transformation' at Anglia Ruskin University

Artwork allows visitors to see ‘science in action’

The official launch of the public artwork ‘Transformation’, which forms part of Anglia Ruskin University’s new science centre, will take place next Tuesday, 13 February (5-7pm).

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The Cambridge Building Society starts new partnership over breakfast

The Cambridge Building Society launched its first charity partnership of 2018 with Wintercomfort for the homeless yesterday.

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LIVE streaming 2017 review from WaveFX

Live streaming 2017: review from WaveFX

Webcasting and live streaming continued to grow in 2017 and found a home in every aspect of our busy lives. From the private work webcast watched on the train to the shared experience with friends on Facebook, we continue to share, interact and watch live video from around the globe.

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Challenges in delivering the UN SDGs and corresponding solutions

ICE Ecobuild 2018 programme unveiled

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has announced its programme for Ecobuild 2018 which takes place 6-8 March at ExCel, London.

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Better business + better profits = having more + giving more

Better business + better profits = having more + giving more

Building a better business will be the theme of a networking series being organised by East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

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Build a Z80 computer!

Hot on the footsteps of its cracking 'Build a synthesizer' workshop (which will be running again soon), the Cambridge Centre for Computing History is offering another new exciting workshop.

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February half term activities at IWM Duxford

February half term activities at IWM Duxford

Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Dambusters and presenting an exciting collaborative production with Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures

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Digital project for Addenbrooke’s patients gets National Lottery boost

Digital project for Addenbrooke’s patients gets National Lottery boost

An innovative project has been launched with National Lottery funding, teaching digital skills to teenage and adult cancer patients at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

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Orchids 2018: How to build an orchid

Orchids 2018: How to build an orchid

This year, Cambridge University Botanic Garden’s ‘how to build an orchid’ exhibition is going back to basics as it reveals, from the root up, what makes an orchid an orchid.

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