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Robert Alston, Chairman of AF Finance Ltd

Where would you put your money? Punters' choice for agri-entrepreneurs

Early-stage agri-entrepreneurs will be pitching to a judges' panel and voting audience at Agri-Tech East’s prestigious GROW business plan competition on Monday 19 June.

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Pure hosts Cambridge quiz night for accountancy students

Pure has joined forces with the East Anglian Chartered Accountants' Student Society (EACASS) to host a charity quiz night in Cambridge on Thursday 25 May.

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Topping out at Stephen Perse Foundation

Sport in the sky! Education in Cambridge reaches new heights at the Stephen Perse Foundation

An innovative new development, led by the Stephen Perse Foundation to deliver its forward-thinking vision for education, has reached new heights in a 'topping out' ceremony involving pupils, staff and local architects Chadwick Dryer Clarke.

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Magna shines a light on blind spots with ClearView vision systems

Statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show that nearly 840,000 blind spot accidents occur each year in the United States, resulting in 300 fatalities. Magna International, a leader in camera-based advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and mirrors, has developed ClearView™ to help improve visibility while changing lanes, backing out of a parking space, or driving with a vehicle full of cargo.

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BIG Summer BBQ - Fort St George

The BIG Summer BBQ is back

Take the opportunity to meet like-minded people from a diverse range of businesses when Creating Cambridge once again repeats its popular BIG Summer BBQ on Friday 21st July 2017.

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Full programme published for the 2nd Cambridge Information and Intellectual Property Meeting

The 2nd Cambridge Information and Intellectual Property Meeting (CIIPM) on July 5th at Homerton Conference Centre brings together three CEOs from Cambridge companies to share their knowledge on innovation and commercialisation.

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Qualcomm and Google to enable Daydream standalone virtual reality headsets

Collaboration enables powerful Snapdragon 835 VR platform support for untethered headsets featuring positional head-tracking

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Quizzers invited to charity’s night of trivia in St Ives

Trivia buffs can support their local children’s hospice next week when it holds a quiz night in St Ives.

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Gerry Hawkins

Mergers make waves - PA Consulting Group's Gerry Hawkins features in Electronics Weekly

A wave of mergers and acquisitions is sweeping through the semiconductor industry, with deals reaching to the tens of billions of dollars now seemingly common-place.

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Jasmine Chin

Jasmine Chin joins Watermill Accounting

Watermill Accounting is delighted to welcome accountant Jasmine Chin to its team. Jasmine will be working with Deepti Agarwal and the rest of the team to support clients, submitting annual accounts and R&D tax credit claims as well as managing personal taxation and auto-enrolment for pensions.

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Biocatalysis enzyme screening kits from Strem Chemicals UK

There is increasing interest from many types of research groups in biocatalysis, in the application of enzymes which can replace chemical catalysts in synthetic processes, in the pharmaceutical and fine chemical industries.

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Pure hosts second Women’s Leadership Alumni event

Pure hosts second Women’s Leadership Alumni event

Pure will be hosting its second Women’s Leadership Alumni event next week, bringing together past and present delegates, and their employer sponsors, for a morning of continued development and inspiring guest speakers.

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Repositive hosts Satellite Symposium at ESHG conference

A Repositive symposium at the forthcoming European Human Genetics Conference (ESHG) will discuss better ways to find and access human data.

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Scientists publish first comprehensive map of proteins within cells

The first analysis of how proteins are arranged in a cell has been published in Science, revealing that a large portion of human proteins can be found in more than one location in a given cell.

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44th Cambridge Beer Festival is just around the corner

Next Monday (22nd May) at 5pm, the doors will open to the public on Jesus Green for the 44th Cambridge Beer Festival.

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Quick test can identify face blindness – study

New research published in The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology shows how a simple online questionnaire can help to diagnose face blindness – a little known but surprisingly common condition.

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May Bank Holiday Duxford Air Festival: flying displays and family fun

The might of the French Air Force, an elite parachute display team, head-spinning aerobatics and glorious historic aircraft will offer spectacle and excitement for all the family at the May Bank Holiday Duxford Air Festival (Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May).

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Points of view: Technology stocks

This week Oliver Phillips of NW Brown focuses on the technology sector following an interesting article in the Telegraph.

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The City stretches lead even further as nation’s strongest economy since banking crisis

The City of London has stretched its lead as the strongest economy in the UK over the past decade, confounding critics who expected the City to shrink after the banking crisis, research shows.

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Billy Boyle

Hear the story behind the company developing a breathalyzer for disease

The remarkable story of Owlstone, the company developing early cancer detection technology that aims to save 100,000 lives and $1.5bn in health care costs, will be told next week when its co-founder, Billy Boyle, presents the next Cambridge Network Business Lecture. The event, on Tuesday May 23rd, takes place at Mundipharma's HQ on Cambridge Science Park.

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