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Ken O’Toole, CEO, at the recent airport travel show

March traffic figures show strong year-on-year growth on business routes from Stansted

London Stansted welcomed over 1.98 million passengers during March, an increase of 5.8 per cent or 109,000 over the corresponding month last year and the busiest ever March at the airport, beating the previous high set in 2016.

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Spectral Edge secures $5.3 million in funding from Parkwalk Advisors and IQ Capital

Spectral Edge, the Cambridge-based image fusion technology specialists, secures $5.3 million in further funding from existing investors Parkwalk Advisors and IQ Capital. The new funding will be used to expand the company's R&D team and support the development of real-world applications for its technology.

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Optidew Chilled Mirror Hygrometer

New Chilled Mirror Hygrometer from Michell features ALL-NEW sensor

The new Optidew range from Michell Instruments offers the fastest response to changes in humidity of any chilled mirror instrument on the market.

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The Hauser Forum, home of Cambridge Enterprise

Cambridge and four other universities form agritech partnership

Five leading universities, including the University of Cambridge, have formed a partnership to develop and commercialise agritech research, in order to improve sustainability, increase productivity and contribute to global food security.

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Redgate drives up database coding standards with new release

In a move to help organisations establish, share and raise SQL coding standards, Redgate has released a new version of its popular SQL Prompt tool. The plug-in for SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio has been further developed to expand its code analysis capability, and help improve code quality.

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Bloodless revolution in diabetes monitoring

Bloodless revolution in diabetes monitoring

Scientists have created a non-invasive adhesive patch, which promises the measurement of glucose levels through the skin without a finger-prick blood test, potentially removing the need for millions of diabetics to frequently carry out the painful and unpopular tests.

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Mark King and Donna Marley from Suffolk Life

What could you give up in the name of charity?

Could you forgo your daily coffee, give up smoking for a week or cycle to work instead of driving? East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices are asking people to give up a luxury this April – to raise money for their nook appeal.

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New partnership with TWI fills skills gap

New partnership with TWI fills skills gap with NDT Apprenticeships

Independent training provider Skills Training UK has teamed up with global leader in technology and engineering TWI (The Welding Institute) to provide specialist apprenticeships in the materials testing sector – helping to address a growing skills gap and encourage more young people into the industry.

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Ready to accept the 100 Miles in May challenge?

Are you a runner, cyclist, walker or swimmer? Join the 100 Miles in May challenge event from Melanoma Focus UK.

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Points of View: US/China trade

This week Jason Butler of NW Brown focuses on the escalating trade fight between the US and China.

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CANTAB Recruit contracts show strong growth for Cambridge Cognition

Cambridge Cognition Holdings PLC, (AIM: COG) the digital neuroscience company which develops and markets software products to assess brain health, is pleased to announce that its CANTAB Recruit software is now established in two major Phase III trials with one of the early adopters increasing its contract value twenty-four fold in the first year of use, totalling over £1.2 million.

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FS Tech Awards Featurespace award winning fraud protection

Featurespace wins Anti-fraud Solution at FStech Awards

Featurespace, the leading multinational machine learning company for fraud prevention and risk management, has been awarded Anti-fraud Solution of the Year at the FStech Awards.

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Lucy Griffin Senior Data Scientist Featurespace Careers

Life at Featurespace: Lucy Griffin, Senior Data Scientist

In the second instalment of its Life at Featurespace segments, Senior Data Scientist, Lucy Griffin, explains her role at Featurespace, and offers advice for others who may be considering a role in Data Science.

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Abducted by aliens: why planning for the worst makes business sense

You’d think that in the overall scheme of things, the threat of abduction by aliens would be towards the lower end of a CEO’s concerns. But being prepared for the possibility is always at the back of my mind, writes Simon Fryer, CEO at KISS.

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March 2018 Market Review

This edition of the NW Brown Market Review considers the key drivers of recent market weakness before reviewing outlook and strategy.

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CyanConnode publishes trading update for first quarter of 2018

Since the start of the year, CyanConnode, the world leader in narrowband radio mesh networks, has seen increasing momentum and demand for its products across multiple jurisdictions, which will result in the Company generating more revenues in the first half of 2018 than in the full year for 2017.

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Local election candidates announced for Cambridge

On Thursday 3 May, elections take place across the city for 15 of the 42 seats on Cambridge City Council.

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It's all in the data when it comes to drones

They say that size doesn’t matter, they say that it’s a myth! And while to some degree this is true (in this case we are talking drones), Ely Aviation has found that the truth is somewhere between the two.

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Cambridge Index jumps 2.4%

The Cambridge Index rose 573.5 points or 2.4% to close at 24,735.7, as nine of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.

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Parthajit Patra: need to improve underground services infrastruc

Metro Man sorts out what goes on underground in Kolkata

Working on Kolkata's first metro railway led Parthajit Patra to look more closely at the city's water and sewerage infrastructure.

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