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A TWI NDT expert uses the 3D X-ray microscopy equipment

Industrial 3D X-ray microscopy allows extraordinary detail to be revealed in microstructures

3D X-ray microscopy (XRM) is a non-destructive imaging technique that provides internal three-dimensional (3D) information in extraordinary detail for specimens, samples, equipment and parts.

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Help design the future of beauty and hair electronics

Cambridge Wireless (CW) and ghd, the global leader in hair tools and subsidiary of the third largest beauty company in the world (Coty), are looking for start-ups, scale-ups & SMEs to enter the ghd Innovation Hive for a three month, funded, collaborative project that will help shift haircare to the connected era.

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NRA benefits from Sepure TETRA radios

Norwegian Road Administration (NRA) benefits from using Sepura TETRA radios on Nødnett

The Norwegian Road Administration is benefiting from coverage even in mountainous parts of Norway thanks to Sepura TETRA radios and the Norwegian TETRA network, Nødnett. The upgraded system and terminals were implemented by Sepura partner, Wireless Communications AS.

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How to handle employee references

A reference is a communication (usually written) from a previous employer, providing information on a person’s employment with them.

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What makes a merger succeed?

What makes a merger succeed?

Mergers are having a moment in the UK…think of the proposed merger of Asda and Sainsburys in Food Retail & Comcast and Sky in the Media/ News industries.

03/09/2018Read in full

Doing business with China: Business dinner etiquette

Doing business with China: Business dinner etiquette

Personal relationships are important in any business context, but to build successful relationships in China it is crucial to start by understanding cultural differences. This is especially true in social situations like business lunches and dinners.

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How to manage the employee who keeps calling in sick

From being too hungover to work, to calling in “dead” only to return the following week as though nothing had happened, employee absences can be a pain for employers.

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Rehearse and improve, rehearse and improve

Communication Coach Jon Torrens believes that your pitch or presentation will improve each time you rehearse it, so you should do yourself a favour and get to it.

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Explore Independent Cambridge: Angela Reed

Explore Independent Cambridge: Angela Reed

With the help of Independent Cambridge - the community of ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its weekly exploration of the best independent shops, cafés, restaurants, people, businesses, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Angela Reed.

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Tame your computer - revise, reuse, rename

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she explains how to reuse a filename and toggle between the beginning and end of its title (Microsoft Office)...

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Perfusion machine proves a lifesaver

Perfusion machine breakthrough proves a life saver

Cambridge surgeons saved nine lives in six months using livers that, until now, would have been considered unsuitable for transplant. The figures coincide with national Organ Donation Week, which runs from today (Monday 3 September) to Sunday (9 September) to encourage people to think about becoming a donor.

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IWF comments on the Home Secretary Sajid Javid’s speech

The Internet Watch Foundation fully supports Home Secretary Sajid Javid in his warning about the dangers of online child predators and shares his concern about the growing sophistication of these criminals.

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Experts warn of cardiovascular risk from heavy metal pollution

Even low doses of toxic chemicals in the environment pose a significant risk to cardiovascular health, according to a report inThe BMJ, led by researchers at the University of Cambridge.

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Festival celebrates Botanic Garden's new Rising Path

Festival celebrates Botanic Garden's new Rising Path

Sorted! – a brand new festival - is to be held at Cambridge University Botanic Garden later this month, to celebrate the opening of the Garden’s new Rising Path.

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Chief Nurse given visiting role at Anglia Ruskin

The former Chief Nurse at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Ann-Marie Ingle, will take up a new role as a visiting professor at Anglia Ruskin University, helping to ensure that the region’s nurses of the future are well prepared for the workplace.

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Virtual reality bridge inspection software wins first prize

Virtual reality bridge inspection software wins first prize

Two Cambridge PhD candidates have won first prize in an international civil engineering and construction management competition.

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Walking sports to showcase their appeal

A morning of Walking Netball and Walking Squash is to be held in Swavesey, as part of a programme to get even more Cambridgeshire residents exercising.

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Proactive retention practices: upcycle your talent, instead of losing it!

Brexit is causing an increasing number of UK companies to restructure. Uncertainty is at an all time high. As it looks like we are moving towards a hard Brexit, many UK companies and their employees feel they are on shaky ground. But what does this mean for employers and employees in reality and what can we do about it?

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How to recruit and manage apprentices

An apprenticeship is ‘a job with training.’ An apprentice will gain recognised qualifications and essential skills while they’re working and earning a wage, and apprenticeship schemes carry benefits for employers too.

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Cambridge TV's greenscreen studio

'It's not easy being green,' says Kermit the Frog to Cambridge TV

Kermit the Frog sang that "it's not easy being green". If only he'd known that Cambridge TV studios could offer him backdrops in white and black - not just green - to let him stand out from the crowd!

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