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The Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards winners

Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2018 winners revealed

From Start-up of the Year to Life Sciences Company of the Year, the winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards were revealed in a ceremony at the Hilton Cambridge City Centre Hotel.

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Mars sunrise

Scientists capture the sound of sunrise on Mars

Scientists have created the soundtrack of the 5,000th Mars sunrise captured by the robotic exploration rover, Opportunity, using data sonification techniques to create a two-minute piece of music.

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Fee for extra green bin collections approved

South Cambridgeshire residents will have to pay a small annual fee to have more than one green bin collected in future – which Councillors have described as being fairer for all.

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Springboard your business into export success this Small Business Saturday

The Department for International Trade in the East of England is hosting an event in Alconbury later this month to help SMEs looking to grow their business internationally using e-commerce platforms.

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Arthur Bear and a letter from Santa

Support Arthur Rank Hospice and show that you care this Christmas, with a personalised letter

Find out how you can bring a smile to your little one's face when they receive a letter from Santa.

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 Studio 24 nominated for The Archaeology of Crossrail

Studio 24 shortlisted in the Good Web Guide 'Website of the Year' Awards 2018

The Good Web Guide rewards the very best the web has to offer.

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Wisbech and Fenland Museum in Cambridgeshire

Heritage at risk in the East of England revealed

Historic England has just published the 2018 Heritage at Risk Register, the annual snapshot of the health of England’s historic places.

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Barmaid behind the bar

New legislation announced to prevent tip deductions

Government reveals new law is set to be introduced, to prevent unfair tipping practices by organisations.

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Embrava announces exciting new products

1plex Ltd is excited to introduce the newest member of the Blynclight family – Nameplate.

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Dolomite Bio launches high throughput single nuclei profiling on its Nadia platform

Dolomite Bio, a leading provider of single cell technology, today launched a high throughput single nuclei RNA sequencing (sNuc-Seq) protocol for its Nadia Instrument.

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Nik Kershaw and Music4Causes present cheque to EACH

Over £31k donated to children’s charity after Nik Kershaw concert

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is thrilled to have received £31,287.45 from Music4Causes, the organisers of a recent Nik Kershaw gig.

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Cambridge MP joins local school in going the extra mile!

Daniel Zeichner, Member of Parliament for Cambridge, will be joining staff and students at the Shirley Primary School tomorrow (Friday 9 November) to participate in a 15- minute run to support the MP Daily Mile Initiative, which aims to improve children's health and fitness.

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What makes a good employer?

Understanding what employers want, and what candidates need, comes second nature to the team at Ann Pettengell, but they’ve stopped to reflect – what does it really take to be a good employer?

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Artist's impression on the new sports facility

St Mary’s School and Homerton College prepare the ground for ‘sport for all’ in Cambridge

Yesterday St Mary’s School, Cambridge and the University of Cambridge’s Homerton College jointly received planning permission to deliver their vision for sporting education through substantially regenerating the School’s sports ground, located on Long Road.

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Photo of David Cleevely courtesy of Raspberry Pi.

David Cleevely wins Barclays’ High Growth and Entrepreneurs ‘Icon of the Year’ award

Dr David Cleevely - one of the original Founders and still a Director of the Cambridge Network - has won the ‘Icon of the Year’ award at the Barclays’ annual High Growth and Entrepreneur Awards.

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Stone King is again recognised in Chambers

Top-tier Chambers recognition for Cambridge law firm Stone King

Cambridge law firm Stone King LLP retains the highest possible ranking for its UK-wide education and charity teams, plus recognition across other practice areas.

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Unveiling Small Robot Company's Harry

Triple helix approach to agri-tech innovation underpins UK farming future

By delivering a ‘triple-helix’ model for innovation – which brings together industry, research and government – Agri-Tech East is helping to facilitate the rapid growth of the agri-tech sector. Priorities for future investment in agri-tech was the theme for its fifth annual REAP conference, held yesterday (Weds) in Cambridge.

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Study compared the genomes of 81 worm species

Largest parasitic worm genetic study hatches novel treatment possibilities

The largest genomic study of parasitic worms to date has identified hundreds of thousands of new genes and predicted many new potential drug targets and drugs.

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Bullying ‘follows’ LGB people from school to work

New study finds bullying against minorities is more likely to persist over several years.

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Expedeon AG signs supply and licence agreement with Quanterix Corporation

Expedeon’s proprietary immunoassay technology is to be incorporated into Quanterix’ Simoa Planar Immunoassay products.

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