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An interview in the grounds of St Giles' Church

Cambridge TV training participants learn about the plight of homeless women

When you think of a homeless person it's more typical to think of a young single male. But that's not always the case. While filming at an event, Cambridge TV training participants learned about cuts which will impact vulnerable women in a Cambridge hostel.

03/04/2019Read in full

Simon Humphrey, Senior Sustainability Manager at Arm

Erasmus+ International Conference: 21st century skills for 21st century needs

Cambridge-based social enterprise, Form the Future CIC are working with global thought leaders in education in a two-year programme funded by Erasmus+ to understand how best to prepare young people for the needs of the future.

02/04/2019Read in full

Improve your AdWords conversion rate

Any advertising campaigns that you launch should bring you closer to your customers and help to drive sales and clicks on your site. But how do you effectively judge their success?

02/04/2019Read in full

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AVEVA delivers increased customer flexibility and financial returns

AVEVA, a global leader in engineering and industrial software, today announced significant advances to its industry-leading cloud portfolio and subscription programme that will dramatically accelerate industrial digital transformation.

02/04/2019Read in full

Jessa Leff joins Salus Wellness

Jessa Leff joins Salus Wellness

Jessa Leff has joined Salus Wellness this month. Jessa offers psychoanalytic psychotherapy as a way to help you think about what might be going on for you, especially during stressful times when there are often more obvious possibilities for change.

02/04/2019Read in full

Sarah Allbrook, Boathouses on the Cam

Inaugural Paint Out Cambridge launches next month

The inaugural Paint Out Cambridge takes place on 13-17 May in partnership with Cheffins Fine Art. Dozens of experienced plein air artists used to working on the streets will paint Cambridge’s classic colleges, chapels and beautiful bridges, River Cam, Market Square and other views.

02/04/2019Read in full

PredictImmune’s first prognostic test for IBD launches in the UK and Ireland

The world’s first validated prognostic test for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is now available via Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s Genomic Laboratory Hub.

02/04/2019Read in full

Venezuela employment costs

Compandben International reports that Venezuela costs are lower than elsewhere in South America.

02/04/2019Read in full

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Cambridge Index adds 0.8%

The Cambridge Index rose 203.8 points or 0.8% to close at 24199.7, as Index heavyweights such as Johnson Matthey, AVEVA Group and Abcam posted weekly gains to their share prices.

02/04/2019Read in full

craft beer making

Small brewers show how craft principles could reshape the economy – but they’re under threat

Our economy currently relies heavily on unsustainable industrial principles of mass scale, never-ending growth and throwaway consumerism. The transition to a sustainable economy, then, requires a shift in how we think about production, says Cambridge Judge Business School lecturer and co-authors.

02/04/2019Read in full

Cambridge Literary Festival kicks on on 5 April

Something for everyone in forthcoming events

Literature, agri-tech, software, sustainability and Easter at King's - there's something for everyone in events coming up over the next few weeks in Cambridge. Here is a round-up of just a few things to get involved in this month, from Cambridge Network and its members.

02/04/2019Read in full

Terry Holloway and Mike Harris

Terry hits the heights with flights in 200 aircraft

Terry Holloway, the Managing Director of the Cambridge Aero Club, achieved a very significant flying milestone on the 31st of March when he flew his 200th different aircraft type - a PW6 glider at the Essex Gliding Club at Ridgewell. Very few pilots experience such a large number of types.

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Metrion Biosciences closes funding round

Metrion Biosciences Ltd, the specialist ion channel contract research and drug discovery company, announced that it completed a fully subscribed funding round on 14 March. Metrion will use the funds to support the broadening of its ion channel screening capabilities, and continued research into novel Kv1.3 inhibitors for the treatment of auto-immune conditions.

02/04/2019Read in full

Aite Group recognises Featurespace as 'best-in-class' technology

Aite Group, a global research and advisory firm, recognised Featurespace™ as Best-in-Class in its 2019 report on fraud and AML machine learning platform vendors.

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Stocks in Focus: Royal Dutch Shell

This week Harry Tyler of NW Brown looks at Royal Dutch Shell.

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Bailey Fisher & University of Cambridge research what makes Founders/CEOs successful

Bailey Fisher & Women4Technology are partnering with the University of Cambridge on a unique in-depth study, seeking to understand the composite factors shaping successful Founders and C-suite leaders across the UK technology sector.

02/04/2019Read in full

George & Charlie Off The Bridle podcast

New horse racing podcast produced by Cambridge TV

Join Newmarket trainers George Scott and Charlie Fellowes for a twice per month podcast chatting about the world of horse racing.

02/04/2019Read in full

Serbian service - one that got away

John Tinsley, Director of Compandben International, says: "We don't always succeed. Here's the story of a Serbia service that didn't come off."

01/04/2019Read in full

Stapleford Granary

Explore Independent Cambridge - Stapleford Granary

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: Stapleford Granary.

01/04/2019Read in full

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Tame your computer - go to it

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 go to a specific slide when delivering your presentation (Microsoft PowerPoint)...

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