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Pitch 200 - find out how civil engineers shape the world

How amazing is civil engineering? Come and find out in 200 seconds

If you thought civil engineering is next to boring in the dictionary, come to a free-to-attend event in Cambridge next month that will open your eyes.

13/04/2018Read in full

ZEISS Xradia Context microCT

ZEISS expands X-ray imaging portfolio with ZEISS Xradia Context microCT

ZEISS introduces a new X-ray imaging instrument, ZEISS Xradia Context microCT, a large field-of-view, non-destructive 3D X-ray microcomputed tomography system.

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Cambridge Architecture journal

CPL wins Cambridge Association of Architects contract

CPL has been appointed to publish Cambridge Architecture, the members' journal of the Cambridge Association of Architects (CAA).

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East is one of the best places to work in the UK

A new ranking places the East of England as the second most rewarding region to work in the UK, coming in close behind the South East.

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Small businesses say lack of independent data limits finance choices

More than one in five UK small businesses are frustrated by a lack of independent data when choosing financial products.

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Professor Lord Robert Mair presents Daniel with his ICE200 medal

'Inspirational' teacher presented with medal

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is celebrating its bi-centenary and has presented Manchester teacher Daniel McDonagh with an ICE 200 medal in recognition of his work promoting civil engineering to school children - the first to go to a non-engineer.

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pitchfest is back

Pitchfest is back! Call for ambitious companies looking to raise between £100k – £1m

St John’s Innovation Centre is delighted to announce the return of Pitchfest for 2018.

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Qualcomm unveils the Vision Intelligence Platform

The Vision Intelligence Platform: purpose-built for IoT devices powered by latest advances in camera, AI and computer vision

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Horizon and Pirbright Institute support research into improvement of vaccine yields

Horizon Discovery Group plc, a global leader in the application of gene editing and gene modulation to deliver inspired cell solutions, today announces that it has extended its biomanufacturing capabilities through an agreement with The Pirbright Institute to jointly work on a research programme aimed at deploying cell engineering to increase the yields of livestock vaccines.

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Fish scales

Fish out of water: what makes a new venture 'legitimate'?

A new study co-authored by Professor Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge Business School says new ventures obtain ‘legitimacy’, not through one-off activity but through a gradated process in which acceptance ebbs and flows along with shifting expectations.

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YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles selects Darktrace for autonomous response

Darktrace defends organisation’s 100+ sites and 264,000+ members from advanced threats.

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Roar Festival’s Football Heroes

Three U’s legends headline Roar Festival football charity dinner

One of the country’s best-known TV football pundits, Steve Claridge, Cambridge United’s legendary star striker, John Taylor, and Cambridge United’s Director of Football, Graham Daniels, are set to join the Roar Festival’s Football Heroes panel (18th May), which kicks off a series of charity events running throughout the summer at the Quy Mill Hotel and Spa.

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Tornado GR4 now on display at IWM Duxford

Tornado GR4 now on display at IWM Duxford

Yesterday (Weds) Tornado GR4 ZA469 took pride of place on display in the Battle of Britain exhibition at IWM Duxford.

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Ilumina NovaSeq 6000 Platform

EI boosts national capability in genomics and single cell analysis with sequencing platform

Earlham Institute (EI) adds Illumina’s NovaSeq 6000 to its national capability in genomics and single cell analysis, harnessing the power of ultra-high throughput sequencing for Norwich Research Park and the wider bioscience community.

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'Little robots'/  Image credit: The District

'Little robots': behind the scenes at an academy school

New research lifts the lid on an influential academy school and finds an authoritarian system that reproduces race and class inequalities.

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Marathon runners fundraising for Alan Hudson DayTreatment Centre

Marathon runners have real reasons to raise funds for the Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre

Find out why Becki Harvey and Jane Clarke are each running a marathon for the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity-funded service next month for The Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre in Wisbech.

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Create fast growing ventures: last chance to register - free LEAN STARTUP workshop

Are you a researcher wanting to exploit your ICT research results and have you considered them as a spin-off, patent or licence? Are you an ICT start-up looking to bring a new idea or process to market?

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apprentices at work

What are the benefits of hiring an apprentice?

The Middle Ages are where apprenticeship schemes were first seen; master craftsmen would employ a young person as an inexpensive source of labour and the young person would learn the trade well enough to go on and do it themselves, or work for the master craftsman.

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Emmaus sends goods worth £10,000 to Romania

Local homelessness charity sends goods worth £10,000 to Romania

Homelessness charity Emmaus Cambridge sent a 40ft shipping container with more than 200 boxes of household items, large items of furniture, and clothing to the Romanian Emmaus community based in Satu Mare last week. The donation is worth approximately £10,000.

11/04/2018Read in full

Jack Bruce ‘Sunshine of your love’ tribute concert screening

An exclusive screening of the Jack Bruce Sunshine of your Love tribute concert with celebrity question and answer session will be taking place in May to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

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