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Experimental two-electrode setup

Scientists pioneer a new way to turn sunlight into fuel

The quest to find new ways to harness solar power has taken a step forward after researchers successfully split water into hydrogen and oxygen by altering the photosynthetic machinery in plants.

06/09/2018Read in full

OLED display market to reach $25.5bn in 2018

IDTechEx Research finds that in 2018 the OLED industry will be worth $25.5Bn, rising to $30.72Bn in 2019.

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Transplant patients put in miles for donor week

Eight members of Addenbrooke’s Hospital’s successful transplant games team will be taking on a marathon challenge tomorrow (Friday 7 September) to mark Organ Donation Week.

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John Hibbard/Will Franks /host Iain Stirling

Last chance to enter 2018 Amazon Growing Business Awards

A local business that triumphed at a national awards ceremony in 2017 is calling on companies in Cambridge to enter the 2018 Amazon Growing Business Awards before the deadline for entries closes on September 14th.

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Dr Nick Brown

Antibiotics lecture that’s hard to resist

Is antibiotics resistance a crisis on the scale of climate change, or is it over-hyped?

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Redgate Data Masker part of adoption trend toward global enterprise use of data masking

Redgate believes that Gartner’s latest – and timely – Market Guide for Data Masking provides a valuable insight into the increasing need for, and adoption of, data masking by companies to address threats and compliance requirements.

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Iain Ansell, Head of Surgical at Team Consulting

Team and the NHS rally to advance surgical innovation

Team will be hosting a workshop together with the NHS to support clinicians in the development of disruptive surgical devices.

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Maureen Coleman

PiR strengthens its Advisory Board

PiR, a leading executive search company based near Cambridge, UK, which identifies senior talent for early stage life science boards, is delighted to confirm the appointment of two senior advisors to its Board.

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Handshake: end conflict with mediation

Don't hate - mediate! How to restore harmony in the workplace

Conflict in the workplace is expensive, so today's businesses are increasingly turning to mediation for a cost-effective way to restore harmony, explains Senior HR Consultant Bryan Chapman, from Cambridge law firm Stone King.

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How to manage settlement agreements

Sometimes, one side or other in an employment relationship will begin to feel that the relationship has run its course.

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Big Tent Ideas Festival banner

Tickets still available for family-friendly Ideas Festival this Saturday

The second Big Tent Ideas Festival - with eight tents and more than 50 events, with high-level speakers from the worlds of politics, media, diplomacy and the arts - will be held this Saturday (September 8th) at Babraham Hall Research Campus in Cambridge. Sign up now - the deadline for tickets has been extended to 6PM today!

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Third Light sponsors prize for Information or Computer Engineering at Trinity Hall

Third Light sponsors prize for Information or Computer Engineering at Trinity Hall

In 2018 Third Light sponsored an endowed prize at Trinity Hall, the fifth oldest College at the University of Cambridge, founded in 1350. The College consists of around 650 students, both undergraduates and graduates across a range of subjects; 60 Fellows, 130 staff and 8,000 alumni worldwide.

05/09/2018Read in full

How to manage employees during sporting events

How to manage employees during sporting events

Major sporting events such as the World Cup and the Olympic Games do not come around that often. Therefore, when they do, these events are understandably afforded extensive media coverage and garner a significant level of public interest. Organisations will face a number of potential issues during these events, ranging from a reduction in attendance and overall productivity to a rise in instances of gross misconduct.

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Automation meets HR!

Sure-fire shortcuts to get things done in your office...

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Zyme Communications team

Incubyte case study - Zyme Communications

Zyme Communications provides strategic and specialist PR and marketing services for the life science sector. They support companies to raise their profile, build corporate value and generate interest from commercial leads, investors and partners.

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Council makes multi-million-pound bid to unlock 149 new affordable homes

A bid to increase borrowing by £17 million is being submitted by South Cambridgeshire District Council to Government to help deliver a further 149 new affordable homes.

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Andrea Nicholls

Penningtons Manches celebrates continued expansion through partnership with Kettle's Yard

Penningtons Manches has signed up as a lead sponsor of the recently refurbished Kettle's Yard, a world-class art gallery in central Cambridge.

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Fullagar Technologies

Fullagar Technologies makes first product sale

Fullagar Technologies, the joint venture between TWI and Lloyd’s Register, has made its first product sale. The joint venture aims to commercialise new innovative products and services in areas such as Condition Monitoring, NDT and welding quality control.

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How to make yourself more employable

Do you feel like your CV is a bit average, and does not make you stand out from the crowd? Busy Bee Recruitment offers some top tips to make you more employable and impressive as a candidate to attract Hiring Managers and Recruiters.

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Louise Cross

Heart patient Louise makes plea for donors

A specialist nurse, who was back at work just eight months after having a life-saving heart transplant, is urging people to consider becoming donors.

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