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Last year’s Light Up a Life at Arthur Rank Hospice

Remember loved ones with Arthur Rank Hospice on Sunday 2 December

Arthur Rank Hospice is inviting members of the local community to join them and remember loved ones at their special Light Up a Life service on Sunday 2 December.

02/11/2018Read in full

ICE President Prof Lord Robert Mair at the GEC.Credit Visual Eye

Three global engineering institutions pledge to work together to achieve the UN SDGs

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) signed an agreement in London last week.

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Hewitsons climbs ranks in 2019 UK Chambers and Partners guide

Law firm Hewitsons has once again achieved excellent rankings in the UK Chambers and Partners legal directory.

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What is a patent attorney and how to be one

Sarah Phillips - part-qualified Patent Attorney at Abel & Imray - has written a blog for Murray Edwards College which gives an insight into her 'career path' and her passion for getting more women into IP careers.

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Genetic code of 66,000 UK species to be sequenced

The genetic codes of 66,000 species in the UK are planned to be sequenced by the Wellcome Sanger Institute and its collaborators as part of a global effort to sequence the genomes of all 1.5 million known species of animals, plants, protozoa and fungi on Earth.

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IWF is a core participant on the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA)

Today, the Cambridge-based Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has been granted Core Participant status on the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse’s (IICSA’s) Internet Investigation, at a preliminary hearing of the inquiry.

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Horizon Discovery partners with Biocartis to provide reference standards for Idylla™ assay

Horizon Discovery Group plc, a global leader in gene editing and gene modulation technologies, today announces that it has developed a set of precisely defined cell line-derived reference standards to support Biocartis’ recently launched Idylla™ microsatellite instability (MSI) Assay (1).

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Touch Typing

7 rules for touch typing

Why use a towel in conjunction with training Microsoft Word? Yes that's right! One of the methods to increase typing efficiency and speed is by adding a tea towel into the equation. Use a tea towel to cover your hands and the keyboard. This way you know that you are truly touch typing.

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Stability is vital for young people leaving care

Vulnerable young people leaving care need stability to live independent lives, according to a new report by Anglia Ruskin University and the University of Helsinki.

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Multi-million pound initiative from Microsoft supports AI research at Cambridge

The University of Cambridge is joining with Microsoft to help tackle the problem of ‘brain drain’ in AI and machine learning research.

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Olympic rower brings Beko’s Eat Like A Pro healthier eating initiative to Cambridge

Olympic rowing medallist Cath Bishop joined children from Sancton Wood Prep School at Goldie Boathouse in an activity organised by leading appliance brand Beko to bring its Eat Like A Pro campaign to Cambridge, designed to inspire families to eat more healthily and cook together.

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Post Grenfell - new advice to help cut the risk of infrastructure failure

A new report calls on the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) to play a bigger role in empowering engineers to come forward with concerns about infrastructure safety.

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Rubber Cheese co-founder shortlisted for Entrepreneur award at DevelopHER 2018

Kelly Molson, Managing Director of Rubber Cheese, has been shortlisted for the Entrepreneur award at DevelopHER 2018.

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Will my estate pay tax on my business after my death?

Most business owners will know that there are Inheritance Tax (IHT) reliefs available on business and agricultural assets, and many clients confidently expect that no IHT will be charged on these assets after their death, says Tobias Gleed-Owen of Hewitsons.

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Price Bailey pedals towards a greener future

Price Bailey Chartered Accountants has introduced the Cycle2Work scheme for its employees, where they can purchase a bike at a reduced rate, helping to reduce the number of cars on the road.

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BioBeat unveils 2018’s 50 Movers and Shakers

A new report released today unveils 50 female leaders in healthcare business in the UK. Produced by BioBeat, 50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2018 emphasises the current role of women in leading, inspiring and innovating to ensure new technologies and treatments continue to improve UK research, health and society.*

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Innovate UK competitions: registrations now open for funding

Technology and innovation competitions currently underway offer funding from Innovate UK, the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) and Horizon 2020.

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Tame your computer - easy money

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 describes a quick currency formatting fix (Microsoft Excel).

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Czarek Bogucki

Meet The Team - Czarek Bogucki

You're a busy HR Consultant, but what do you do in your spare time?

I go to the gym, enjoy complex board games, role-playing games (without electricity), power walking, running an online Lego store, singing (karaoke), dancing (Strictly Come Dancing and Electric Boogie), pantomime, writing poems, anthropology and reincarnation.

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What next for the work-life balance?

For flexible working to be genuinely effective, we need to make it the cultural norm. Lesley Giles, Director of The Work Foundation and Jon Cook, Director of Enterprise Sales at Citrix, look at the barriers which are standing in the way.

31/10/2018Read in full

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