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UK launches National Centre of Excellence for IoT Systems Cybersecurity

As part of the UK Government’s wider initiative to become a world leader in tackling cyber threats, the UK has launched a National Centre to provide a step-change in research associated with the Internet of Things (IoT)

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The Chariots of Fire baton is poised - will you join in on the ACT?

Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) is limbering up for this year’s Chariots of Fire after being selected as the official recipient charity for this year’s race on Sunday 22 September.

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ProDrone Academy and Moonrock Drone Insurance team up to offer enhanced training discounts

Attend ProDrone Academy's Aerial Surveying and PfCO course and get 10% off of your premiums with Moonrock Drone Insurance.

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Brand transformation agency bolsters digital offering with new Head of Digital

The Cambridge-based Brand Transformation Agency Mobas, is delighted to welcome a new Head of Digital to its 30-plus strong team. The appointment allows the company to expand and strengthen its current digital process by fully integrating the service into Mobas’ successful brand transformation offering.

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US robot density now more than double that of China, says IFR

Robot sales in the United States hit a new peak of almost 38,000 units, setting a record for the eighth year in a row (2010-2018). Today, robot density in the US manufacturing industry is now more than double that of China and ranks seventh worldwide. These results are published by the International Federation of Robotics (IFR).

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What is the key to effective internal communication?

“Just read my email!” If this is a familiar feeling it may be time to revisit your internal communication strategy. Read this week’s #HR blog from HR Dept for some top tips on where to start.

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Murray Edwards College celebrates 20 years of successful conferences and events

Murray Edwards College is celebrating an important milestone in its thriving conference and events business.

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St Mary’s students win prizes in national photography competition

Charlotte S. and Emma P., two Year 13 photography students at St Mary's School, Cambridge, both won prizes in a prestigious national photography competition.

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Boarders at St Mary's School, Cambridge raise money for CARE at Boarders' Concert

The boarders at St Mary's School, Cambridge gave a wonderful showcase of their talents at the Boarders' Concert to raise over £300 for CARE, an international charity that supports women and girls around the world.

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Everyone can be creative

This week one of kdm's Technical Writers, Olivia, talks about being creative.

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Growth Architects: 7 simple PPC & landing page optimisations for budding marketeers

Straight from the keyboards of Growth Architects' in-house PPC team, here are seven things you can do to help bring in more business from your existing PPC campaigns. These tips may take a little more effort to implement but with these Advertisement and Landing page tweaks, you can start growing your reach today.

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New approach to tackle Ebola and other deadly infections

Medical Research Council scientists have isolated therapeutic antibodies from healthy volunteers exposed to the Ebola vaccine but not Ebola virus itself, suggesting that protective therapies could be developed from people who are disease-free.

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TTP spin-out Cellular Highways to commercialise next-generation cell-sorting technology

TTP plc, a leading independent technology and product development company, has announced today the formation of Cellular Highways Ltd. The new spin-out has been founded to commercialise TTP’s proprietary Vortex-Actuated Cell Sorting (VACS) technology, and fast-track development of a first commercial product, Highway 1™. TTP has invested £1.7m ($2.2m) in the spin-out, in addition to over £2m development funding to date.

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Sepura SC21 hand-portable radios implemented by police in Goiás State, Brazil

Sepura, in partnership with Hytera subsidiary Teltronic, have been awarded a contract by the authority of the state of Goiás, Brazil to supply TETRA radios to the local police forces.

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BioBridge celebrates 30 years of innovation consultancy

BioBridge Ltd, the Cambridge-based independent life science innovation consultancy, was founded in 1989 and has been at the forefront of biotechnology and life science advances since then, from a ground-breaking report for Frost&Sullivan on biotechnology in animal breeding and production, via helping establish new approaches to xenogeneic therapies and biopharming, to current involvement in the latest green and blue biotechnology advances.

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Meet Cambridge Service enhanced with new appointment

Meet Cambridge, the conference and events bureau for Cambridge and the region, is strengthening its service by adding to its experienced team.

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Programme helps people living on the edge

Some of the most deprived areas in England are located in the eastern region. A bleak future can face those who are unemployed, in debt and left behind by the digital world. A programme called New Horizons has been helping people to get back on track.

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Smoking and pre-eclampsia may cause fertility problems for offspring, study suggests

Low levels of oxygen in the womb – which can be caused by smoking or conditions such as pre-eclampsia – may cause problems with fertility later in life, a study carried out in rats suggests.

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Rubber Cheese shortlisted for two awards in the SME Hertfordshire Business Awards 2019

Rubber Cheese has been shortlisted for two prestigious awards in the SME Hertfordshire Business Awards.

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Auto-enrolment pension contributions increasing from 6th April 2019

Minimum workplace pension contribution levels are increasing this month; so you may see less in your pay cheque. The auto enrolment minimum is now 8% of your qualifying earnings; of which at least 3% must be paid by your employer with the balance from you (up from 5% with a minimum of 2% being paid for by your employer). But what are the benefits of your Workplace Pension? Read on to find out more...

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