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Residential Resilience Workshop (Cambridgeshire) - purposely create more of the life you want

Are you so busy you forget to enjoy life? A workshop directed at people who feel overworked and have lost balance in their lives takes place near Cambridge in July.

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outdoor cinema and night market scene

Al fresco films and summer night markets take place in the heart of Cambridge

Cambridge BID is delighted to launch, in association with the City Council, a summer series of Night Markets and al fresco films in Market Square.

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The Vevo® LAZR-X

Reserve your spot to see the next generation of in vivo multi-modal imaging

FUJIFILM VisualSonics Inc. is launching the Vevo LAZR-X system, the world’s only customizable imaging platform that combines ultra high frequency ultrasound and photoacoustics, at an exclusive event held at its Amsterdam headquarters.

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NHS agency successfully fought back WannaCry ransomware with Darktrace

Darktrace, the leader in Enterprise Immune System technology, has announced today that a number of its customers, including an NHS agency, successfully detected and contained a WannaCry ransomware attack on their networks on Friday with Darktrace’s break-through AI technology for cyber defense, which spotted the threat within minutes.

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Summer BBQs at Trinity Hall

Sizzling new summer BBQ menus from Trinity Hall

Plan your perfect riverside summer party at Trinity Hall.

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SonoSite with Open Arms

FUJIFILM SonoSite donates ultrasound systems to refugee rescue services

FUJIFILM SonoSite has given two M-Turbo® point-of-care ultrasound systems to the non-governmental sea rescue organisation Proactiva Open Arms, based in Badalona, near Barcelona, to support its efforts in rescuing refugees.

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Dr Jasmine Childs-Fegredo

Dr Jasmine Childs-Fegredo joins Salus Wellness

Dr Jasmine Childs-Fegredo is a Counselling Psychologist with a wide range of experience in treating individuals with mental health issues in the NHS and in private healthcare. She has worked primarily with people suffering with depression and anxiety, as well as eating disorders and personality disorders, incorporating issues around self-harm.

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Oggi Tomic

Inspiring talks at Cambridge TV School: Oggi Tomic

This Wednesday evening (May 17th), award-winning film maker and director Oggi Tomic will be at Cambridge TV School to talk about his work and experiences.

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Sookio Digital Marketing Assistant

Trolls, unicorns and oysters: the daily encounters of a Digital Marketer

Sookio's Digital Marketing Assistant, Beth Daniel, joined the team in February. What has she learned in her first three months in an award-winning digital marketing agency?

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Eve Waldron, EWD; and Jo Hobohm, Cambridge Women In Construction

Eve Waldron Design hosts Cambridge Women In Construction

Eve Waldron Design recently hosted the latest meeting of the Cambridge branch of Women In Construction, attended by over 30 members.

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8power Track100 device

8power wins IDTechEx Energy Harvesting award

8power is pleased to announce being awarded "Best Technical Development in Energy Harvesting" at the 2017 IDTechEx conference in Berlin. With the launch of the Track100 self-powered GPS tracker, the company has taken vibration energy harvesting out of the lab and in to a family of products.

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Credit: Nick Rutter / Pint of Science

Cambridge academics share latest research at Pint of Science festival

Academics from Cambridge University's Department of Engineering will discuss their research findings in pubs across the city this week as part of the popular Pint of Science festival.

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Parliamentary General Election on 8 June – register to vote by 22 May

On Thursday 8 June, elections will take place in Cambridge for Members of Parliament for the Cambridge constituency (in 13 city wards) and the South Cambridgeshire constituency (in Queen Edith’s ward).

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UK labour market showing signs of losing steam, says EY ITEM Club

The UK labour market is set to face a rockier period over the next few years, with unemployment rising as the consequences of a slowdown in economic growth bite and pay growth remaining subdued, according to the EY ITEM Club special report on the labour market published today.

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CCTU Group

NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre celebrates clinical trials day

Staff from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) will be encouraging more people to get involved in clinical research this Thursday (18 May), as part of International Clinical Trials Day.

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Monitoring water and the impact on the environment (Salle Farms)

Farmers can help to protect the River Wensum

The Royal Norfolk Show's Innovation Hub - an initiative led by Agri-Tech East and the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association (RNAA) - features an interactive water analysis laboratory demo at the event next month.

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Solarflare and LDA Technologies harness power of XILINX FPGAs for breakthrough performance

Solarflare, a global leader in networking solutions for modern data centers, and LDA Technologies, an FPGA product development firm, today announced a joint solution for reducing trading time. The solution delivers a significant improvement in tick-to-trade latency to radically improve the queue position of trades, and dramatically increase the probability that trades will be executed.

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Has your team found its rhythm?!

RiverRhee returns to The Cambridge Building at Babraham on Thursday 1st June with a novel team-building exercise for you to participate in.

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ICE has published a 5 point Manifesto for Infrastructure

Skills, investment, innovation and productivity are at the heart of ICE’S Election Manifesto

A manifesto, including five key areas for all political parties to consider following the 2017 general election, has been published by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

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8power wins award. Credit: Tony Lumb

Cambridge start-up wins big at annual 'Business Weekly' awards

A Cambridge start-up created out of a research group at the University’s Department of Engineering has won a prestigious award.

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