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Zickie Lim, Partner at Mills & Reeve

£6.5m investment secured for Imagen

Leading national law firm Mills & Reeve has acted for Imagen, the SaaS video management platform business, in a funding round led by Downing Ventures.

04/02/2019Read in full

'magnetic graphene'

‘Magnetic graphene’ switches between insulator and conductor

Researchers have found that certain ultra-thin magnetic materials can switch from insulator to conductor under high pressure, a phenomenon that could be used in the development of next-generation electronics and memory storage devices.

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Statin therapy reduces cardiovascular disease risk in older people

Statin therapy reduces major vascular events, such as heart attacks and strokes, in a wide range of people, including those over the age of 75, according to new research from MRC scientists.

04/02/2019Read in full

Nick Gomer

EY ITEM Club forecasts stronger annual GDP growth in 2019 but depends on Brexit deal

The UK has the overall ingredients needed to achieve a stronger rate of economic growth in 2019 (1.5%) and 2020 (1.7%) compared to 2018 (1.4%), but this is strongly dependent on the UK leaving the EU with a withdrawal deal on 29th March, according to the EY ITEM Club’s Winter Forecast.

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DNA search engine for microbes

The web meets genomics: a DNA search engine for microbes

New search engine allows researchers to identify antibiotic resistance genes or mutations in real time.

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Confronting the realities of climate change at Cambridge Science Festival

From fashion and farming to policy and individual choice, every aspect of our life is being affected by climate change – one of the most critical and pressing issues of our times.

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Janet Rudge

Birketts invests further in client relationship management

Growing top 100 law firm Birketts chooses OnePlace as cornerstone of new firm-wide client relationship initiatives.

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The right words

Finding the right words for any given situation can be a struggle, writes Communications Consultant Simon Hall. But it's worth the effort... or you might just get cursed with something terrible...

03/02/2019Read in full

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Another big name signs up for Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk

Leading financial services firm Scrutton Bland has joined Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk by signing up to sponsor an elephant sculpture in the art trail which takes place in Ipswich this summer in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice.

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James Henderson, BrightSparks Winner

EW BrightSpark, James Henderson, one year on…

EW BrightSpark, James Henderson features in Electronics Weekly showing his progression over the past year of his career.

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Buildings light up for LGBT+ History Month 2019

Packed programme of events marks LGBT+ History Month 2019

Art, poetry and alternative archeology are among the highlights of LGBT+ History Month at the University of Cambridge and its Colleges.

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 NanoScan NPC-D-6000 Series Multi-Channel Closed Loop Controller

Prior Scientific launches NanoScan NPC-D-6000 Series multi-channel controller

Prior Scientific announces the release of its Queensgate NanoScan NPC-D-6000 Series Multi-Channel Closed Loop digital nanopositioning controllers.

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Diagnosis and treatment of rare diseases given boost through grant win

A project to help with the identification, diagnosis and treatment of the one in 17 people in the UK who have a rare disease in the UK has won a £400,000 grant.

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Baby in womb / Dr Wolfgang Moroder, Wikimedia

Genetic testing gives answers on developmental disorders during pregnancy

Genetic testing improves the diagnoses of abnormalities in developing babies that are picked up during ultrasound scans, scientists report in The Lancet.

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Louise Allen

Surgeon’s new test saves babies’ sight – and lives

A Cambridge surgeon has developed an innovative device which increases the chances of detecting cataracts and an aggressive cancer called retinoblastoma in new-born babies and infants. It is expected to save vision and lives.

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The human whipworm - Trichuris trichiura

Immune master regulator orchestrates responses to parasite infection

A new study has identified the master regulator that maintains a healthy gut and limits damage by parasitic whipworms. Researchers from the Wellcome Sanger Institute and collaborators have revealed that the interleukin 10 receptor (IL-10R) is critical to prevent uncontrolled whipworm infection in mice and a damaging immune response in the gut.

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New online degree marks start of innovative partnership to transform digital learning

FutureLearn, the online social learning platform owned by The Open University, has partnered with Anglia Ruskin as the University continues to deliver on ambitions to become a digital leader in education.

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Cambridge company fuels the way forward for protecting the UK and Allies

Defence Minister Stuart Andrew has announced the first fuel tanks supporting the UK’s new fleet of submarine hunting aircraft have rolled off the line in Cambridge.

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New IDTechEx research focuses on tissue engineering

IDTechEx Research forecasts the market for tissue engineered products to exceed $4.8 billion by the year 2028 in a new report on the topic.

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Nearly 60% of young civil engineers believe tech can fix skills shortage

Eight in 10 civil engineers believe that a skills shortage is the main challenge for the future of the industry, and over half (58%) of junior civil engineers believe that this challenge could be overcome by adopting new technology.

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