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eLife moves into its new home

eLife moves into its new home

eLife is pleased to be operating seamlessly out of its new home in Cambridge, designed & built by ACCENT.

31/10/2018Read in full

Computational chemistry news from Cresset October 2018

Chemistry news for computational, medicinal and synthetic chemists.

31/10/2018Read in full

Meet the team at aspire: Matthew Childs

Meet the team at aspire: Matthew Childs

You're a busy Senior Recruitment Consultant, but what do you do in your spare time? Matthew Childs at aspire cambridge gives his answer...

31/10/2018Read in full

Libby Tucker

Meet the team at aspire: Libby Tucker

You're a busy Senior Recruitment Consultant, but what do you do in your spare time? Libby Tucker at aspire cambridge gives her answer...

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How will I know that my marketing is delivering ROI?

kdm communications ltd managing director Annabel Sedgwick gives her insight into a healthy return on investment (ROI).

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Philip Hammond’s Budget unveils £25.3bn investment in UK roads

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has welcomed the investment the government has announced for the UK's major road networks, but warns that much more funding is still needed for local roads.

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Caitlin Stock

Meet the team at aspire: Caitlin Stock

We know you as a busy “Plate Spinner”.. the Office Administrator, but what do you do in your spare time? Caitlin Stock at aspire cambridge gives her answer...

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Arecor successfully defends a key European Patent

Arecor successfully defends a key European patent in opposition proceedings on the subject of mitigation of aggregation of therapeutic proteins during storage.

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Agouti mice  Credit: Randy Jirtle and Dana Dolinoy

Studies raise questions over how epigenetic information is inherited

Evidence has been building in recent years that our diet, our habits or traumatic experiences can have consequences for the health of our children – and even our grandchildren.

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Birketts announces 35 promotions

Birketts, the leading law firm based in the East of England, has announced that 35 of its most talented lawyers have been promoted across its four offices.

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Hewitsons achieves strong Legal 500 results

Hewitsons has once again achieved impressive results in the Legal 500 guide, as the law firm continues to shine in key practice areas across East Anglia, the East Midlands and the South East.

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Venturing forth: Kalium Diagnostics

Venturing forth: Kalium Diagnostics

A startup currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Cambridge Judge Business School Entrepreneurship Centre is developing a system to help kidney patients monitor their blood potassium levels on the go.

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Budget 2018: Restriction on SME scheme R&D tax relief payable credit introduced

The Chancellor has re-introduced a restriction on the amount of SME scheme payable tax credit that companies will be able to receive.

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Stocks in Focus: Smithson Investment Trust

This week Alastair Macdougall of NW Brown looks at Smithson investment trust, which recently broke the record for the largest initial public offer of an investment trust in the UK.

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Ashtons Legal expands Client Liaison team

Ashtons Legal has appointed a new client liaison specialist to its injury services team. Gill Webber will be supporting the work done by the catastrophic personal and medical injury lawyers across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.

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Flexible working – is the bubble about to burst?

For organisations seeking to attract the best young talent, the ability to work flexibly can be a magnet. Yet many business leaders believe the idea is stalling, even though companies are still investing in technology to make it happen. So does this indicate an about-turn in business thinking or are working practices in many cases merely proving too slow to change?

30/10/2018Read in full

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Celebrating dedicated teachers around the world

This month has seen a number of events held, and initiatives launched, in recognition of World Teachers’ Day, which was celebrated internationally on 5 October.

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Council teams up with hotel for bedding donation

A Cambourne hotel has donated good quality bedding to South Cambridgeshire District Council – which in turn has passed it onto local housing good causes.

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Budget October 2018: The end of austerity?

Philip Hammond delivered his first October budget with the ambitious statement that ‘The era of austerity is finally coming to an end’. But was there an easing of Treasury purse strings? Comment from NW Brown...

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L-R: Lulu Devries & Anna Lawson open the newly refurbished PDU

Refurbished Paediatric Day Unit at Addenbrooke’s makes hospital a friendlier place

Addenbrooke’s Hospital’s refurbished Paediatric Day Unit (PDU) was opened on Wednesday 24 October during Addenbrooke’s Children’s Week, giving children with cancer and other serious conditions the chance to be seen quicker and in a more child-friendly, engaging environment.

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