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Huntingdon’s Bubble Rush 5K raises £21,500 for Arthur Rank Hospice

More than 900 fun bubble runners raise £21,500 to fund essential care for patients at Arthur Rank Hopsice Charity...

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Scale-up specialist launches on-demand B2B marketing service

Fast growing B2B businesses can now secure expert communications and marketing strategy and delivery, without recruiting staff or retaining an agency. The Scale Partnership has launched a ‘Virtual Chief Marketing Officer’ service for start-ups and scale-ups – senior resource on a pay-as-you use basis.

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Triple IF label mounted in VECTASHIELD Vibrance with DAPI

Improved anti-fade mounting media released in UK

Vector Laboratories' original VECTASHIELD® Mounting media, for immunofluorescent staining of tissue sections /cells, has become a market leader in the 20 years since its release and has over 60,000 citations. VECTASHIELD® Vibrance™ has been formulated to offer further benefits to researchers, including room temperature storage of slides, and is now available in the UK.

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Meet the innovative companies which will pitch at Cleantech Venture Day 2018

Cambridge Cleantech has announced the names of the first group of companies selected to pitch at a high-profile investment event, Cleantech Venture Day, to be held in London on 31st October 2018.

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policy and procedure handbooks

How to develop HR policies and meet minimum legal HR requirements

aspire cambridge offers advice on things to look out for with HR policies.

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The Colin Currie Group

Steve Reich’s work for percussion comes to this year’s Cambridge Music Festival

Steve Reich has been blurring the boundaries of classical music for more than a generation and has influenced artists from David Bowie to M83. Now his music is coming to the Cambridge Music Festival for a special performance this November.

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 Seven-day old gastruloid /Credit: Mehmet Girgin, EPFL

Scientists develop mouse ‘embryo-like structures’ with organisation along body’s major axes

A team of scientists at the University of Cambridge has developed an artificial mouse embryo-like structure capable of forming the three major axes of the body. The technique, reported in the journal Nature, could reduce the use of mammalian embryos in research.

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25 UK species' genomes sequenced for first time

25 UK species' genomes sequenced for first time

The genomes of 25 UK species* have been read for the first time by scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and their collaborators**.

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Vigilant streamlines ISO 27001 risk assessments with vsRisk Cloud

Information security and compliance specialist, Vigilant Software, has announced the launch of a cloud-based solution for conducting information security risk assessments aligned with ISO 27001.

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Local school children WOW Cambridge MP

Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge, will join pupils in his constituency this morning (Friday 5 October) to celebrate the strides they’ve made to improve their health and ease local congestion.

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Oliver Allgood

dB Broadcast adds to engineering team

UK leading system integrator dB Broadcast has added a new member to its Engineering team. Oliver Allgood joins the company in a Project Management role with immediate effect.

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Professor Michael Thorne

More than 2,600 students take the next step

Anglia Ruskin University students will be joined by five special guests at graduation ceremonies in Cambridge this month.

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Example of cyclopentyl and cyclohexyl mixture comprising Metal N

Metal naphthenates from Strem Chemicals used for a variety of applications in the UK

The metal naphthenate combination occurs naturally with mixtures of cycloaliphatic carboxylic acid moities (primarily cyclopentyl and cyclohexyl) with varying structures (10 to 16 carbons long) isolated from crude oil.

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Strangebox is live again

Strangebox is back online with a fresh rebrand and new content.

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scientist Dr Melanie Windridge

Excellence in Sport lectures scale the heights

Two special Excellence in Sport lectures, both free and open to the public, will take place in Cambridge this month as part of Anglia Ruskin University’s Sportober Fest series of events.

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l-r: Austin, Andrew, Gina, Mary, Ed, Bryony, Jonathon, Leonard.

Ashtons welcomes guests to new Bury office

Over 100 guests enjoyed food, drinks and entertainment at Ashtons’ new Bury St Edmunds office recently.

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UK|China Be part of the conversation

Cambridge China Centre launches new forum to drive UK/China business relationships

Cambridge China Centre, an emerging organisation in Cambridge, is going from strength to strength since its launch in June. The Centre facilitates interaction and collaboration between members, driving long-term UK/China business relationships.

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Redgate University

Redgate University launches, helping customers maximise investment in award-winning SQL tools

Redgate Software has announced the launch of Redgate University, a new online resource designed to quickly train users on its tools and spread knowledge within customer teams.

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‘Put trust in us and we will deliver on housing’

Council leaders have called on Government not to tie up an opportunity to deliver hundreds of new Council houses in red tape.

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Professor Sir Gregory Winter

MRC scientist wins 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

The MRC and the Cambridge Network community are delighted to congratulate Professor Sir Gregory Winter, a former Deputy Director of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, on being awarded a share of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on the phage display of peptides and antibodies.

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