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City’s newest community welcomes visitors as part of Open Cambridge

How can an individual home be heated without a boiler? What are the latest renewable technologies used in construction? How can biodiversity be enhanced in new developments? What makes a community sustainable?

07/09/2018Read in full

Cash for the Community beneficiaries

Cash for the Community: The Cambridge gives away over £12,000 to local groups and charities

This week The Cambridge Building Society gave away over £12,000 to the 15 worthy beneficiaries that made it to the final of this year’s Cash for the Community Initiative.

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Lumie Bodyclock Shine 300

Light therapy specialist Lumie launches a new sleep/wake-up light

As the days draw shorter, the light therapy specialist and industry leader Lumie launches a brand new sleep/wake-up light, Bodyclock Shine 300.

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AI harnessed in fight to detect prostate cancer

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is harnessed in fight to detect prostate cancer

Promising early results of AI applied to micro-ultrasound for targeted biopsies could improve the speed at which prostate cancer is detected.

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Community Chest to focus on boosting grass-roots projects

Changes to South Cambridgeshire District Council’s popular Community Chest grants will see funding targeted at local grass-roots projects that benefit those residents most in need.

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Call for ICT researchers, post-docs, SMEs and start-ups

St John's Innovation Centre is looking for participants for a fully funded, market-driven R&D strategy innovation programme - MERLIN (Methodologies for Researcher Led Innovations).

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Speechmatics has launched the Sounds feature

Speechmatics extends transcription offering with sounds feature

Speechmatics has launched the Sounds feature, a new addition to the company’s current speech-to-text offering. Sounds supports broadcasters by delivering highly accurate transcripts, allowing the speech engine to understand the difference between word pronunciations and the way they are written.

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The M20047-01 Module measures 7.0 x 7.0 x 0.9mm

Antenova ships its ultra-small GNSS active antenna module with LNA and SAW

Antenova Ltd, manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules for connected devices and the Internet of Things, is now shipping its latest module for tiny positioning devices – the RADIONOVA M20047-1. This is an active antenna module for GNSS applications in the 1559-1609 MHz satellite bands using GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO or BeiDou.

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802.11ax Wi-Fi standard to unleash new wave of opportunities for industry, says WBA

The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) has published a new white paper highlighting how the capabilities of the latest generation of Wi-Fi, 802.11ax, are set to revolutionise the industry by enabling a new suite of opportunities that benefit operators, enterprises and end users.

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Repair specialist hunts for neglected landmarks in the East of England in need of restoration

A specialist finishing and repair firm wants to breathe new life into run-down landmarks.

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RAFA Colour Chaos

Paint the town red…and yellow, pink, blue, green and purple for the RAF Association

The Royal Air Forces Association wants to keep everyone near RAF Wittering in the pink at RAFA Colour Chaos on Sunday (9 September).

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woman in snow

How to manage employees when adverse weather affects work

Having a policy on what happens to normal working operations in the event of severe weather conditions is advisable so that employees know where they stand on these occasions.

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Aviation Parliamentary Group visits London Stansted

Aviation Parliamentary Group visits London Stansted

London Stansted today welcomed Grant Shapps MP to view progress on the airport’s £600 million transformation programme and visit the brand-new Stansted Airport College which opened its doors to the first students this week.

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Event to share results of initiative between Anglia Ruskin and Saffron Hall

The results of a partnership to investigate the benefits of music therapy for people living with dementia will be presented at a special event in Saffron Walden tomorrow (Friday 7 September).

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Red Bee Media partners with Speechmatics to make broadcasting more accessible

A new live automatic subtitling solution from Red Bee Media, part of Ericsson, will help make unregulated content such as social media accessible for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.

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Investment in new mental health research networks

£8 million investment in new mental health research networks

Eight new networks designed to broaden mental health research have been announced by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) today.

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International AM Benchmark Simulation Challenge

International Additive Manufacturing Benchmark Simulation Challenge won by TWI and Dassault

A team comprising TWI Ltd and the SIMULIA brand of Dassault Systèmes has been awarded joint 1st Place: Best modelling results predicting the residual stresses within an as-built IN625 bridge structure – residual elastic strains (metals) in the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Benchmark (AM-Bench) Challenge organised by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

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Marketing in the age of big data

Marketing in the age of big data – what marketers should know

How can marketers keep pace with a demanding retail landscape where consumer desires and expectations are increasingly shaped by technology? Ahead of tomorrow's 21st Century Marketing Conference, Cambridge Judge Business School explores how marketers can succeed in this fast-evolving space.

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Members of the gynae psycho-oncology team

CPFT teams and global gaming hit 'Hellblade' up for national awards

Staff and service users at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust have been nominated for the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ prestigious annual awards, highlighting achievements in training, research, communication and care.

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Ely Aviation

Everyone’s an expert!

The UAV industry is still very young and as such it has its fair share of del-boy operators, newly qualified pilots and so-called ‘experts’ But the truth is that they can be far from being an expert!

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