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Cambridge MP backs calls to reinstate post-study student visas

Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge, has backed calls by Universities UK to reinstate post-study student visas, which would allow international students to take up employment in the UK for up to two years after graduating.

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Bircham Dyson Bell advises Cambridge Design Partnership on transfer to employee ownership

Leading law firm Bircham Dyson Bell has advised the founder-shareholders of Cambridge Design Partnership (CDP), a leading technology and product design consultancy, on the transferring of ownership to an employee ownership trust. The value of the transaction was not disclosed.

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Prism Electronics Ltd achieves re-qualification of ISO9001:2015 and ISO14001:2015

Prism Electronics Ltd, which was one of the first contract electronics manufacturing providers to achieve the latest ISO9001:2015 and ISO14001:2015 standards back in April 2017, has further achieved seamless re-qualification now in 2018. Building upon solid quality and environmental systems the company continues to strive for excellence in providing high quality services to the OEM sector.

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Ashtons sponsors Bury Goes Biking

Ashtons Legal is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the Bury Goes Biking event taking place on 30 September.

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Stocks in Focus: Vodafone

This week Danielle Gibson looks at Vodafone following the announcement that the Australian division (Vodafone-Hutchison Australia) will be merging with the broadband operator TPG Telecom to create a new £8.4bn company.

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Nine out of 10 people want business to speak up on societal issues – CBI business reputation

The public wants businesses to be more outspoken on the big social issues of the day – from data protection to gender pay gaps - according to the most recent wave of research tracking public attitudes towards business.

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UNITED! Saturday 29th September at the IWM, Duxford

House of Cambridge launches its first, collaborative, 'extraordinary event' at IWM Duxford

House of Cambridge - the city's boldest new arts brand - is delighted to announce its first 'extraordinary event', taking place at IWM Duxford, with Cambridge Network as one of its main media partners. The immersive event - set in the 1940s and featuring a UK film premiere - is being led by the creative team in collaboration with some of the city's finest cultural brands.

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How to manage a subject access request (GDPR compliant)

Under the original Data Protection Act 1998, individuals have rights of access in relation to the personal data that you hold on them.

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Free workshop to help local businesses reduce energy bills

Businesses are invited to attend a FREE workshop next week, which aims to help small and medium-sized companies save money on energy bills and apply for energy-related grant funding of up to £20,000.

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Eagle Genomics lands co-sell status as part of Microsoft for Startups Programme

Eagle Genomics joins a specialised group of high-growth startups, earning co-sell status as part of Microsoft’s new programme to collaborate on intensive joint sales and go-to-market initiatives.

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Just released - cadmium-free quantum dots in the UK and Ireland

UbiQD, Inc., a nanotechnology company, has signed an agreement with Strem Chemicals, Inc. to allow distribution of their innovative quantum dot (QD) technology.

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Next-generation robot revealed to the world for the first time

CMR Surgical Ltd has today revealed its much anticipated next-generation surgical robot, Versius®.

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Case study: Prototyping a bespoke control system part for an agriculture machine

Tillett and Hague Technology make control systems for agriculture machines. The work is highly specialist which means the company needs to build the systems from scratch. Parts required to work with the systems are not commercially available. Generally, the projects require electronic parts to be developed but, for this particular project a mechanical part in the form of a spray nozzle was needed.

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Undo appoints Barry Morris as CEO to lead growth phase

Undo, a pioneer in the development of new software execution record and replay technology, has announced the appointment of Barry Morris as its new CEO with immediate effect.

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Metnet 12Gbps unlicensed 60GHz mmWave

CCS welcomes Ontix to lead programme for Metnet 12Gbps unlicensed 60GHz mmWave backhaul

Cambridge Communication Systems (CCS) Limited is pleased to announce that telecoms infrastructure provider Ontix has joined CCS’s Lead Customer Programme for the introduction of the CCS Metnet 12Gbps unlicensed 60GHz mmWave access and backhaul solution.

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Business support - CMResource now offers Xero Accounting

See how CMResource can move your business towards more streamlined internal systems, making the most of Xero accounting to assess your current and future financial goals, developing your existing client base and monitoring your supplier activity.

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Plans for new jobs and homes given backing by Government Inspectors

Two plans that propose 44,000 new jobs and 33,500 new homes by 2031 have been found sound by Government Inspectors.

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Cambridge Index falls 0.2%

The Cambridge Index lost 0.2% or 50.6 points to settle at 28,199.3, as Index heavyweights such as Johnson Matthey and DS Smith posted weekly losses to their share prices.

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Bricks for autism: how Lego-based therapy can help

Bricks for autism: how LEGO-based therapy can help children

A social venture, currently on the Cambridge Social Ventures programme, aims to help children with communications and learning disabilities.

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Cambridge Cyber Advisers podcast: 'Enabling deeper board level understanding'

Listen to the CEO of Cambridge Cyber Advisers, Bryan Littlefair, interviewed by the Recorded Futures podcast series...

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