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Volunteers wanted to take part in an Assisted Living Trial

Volunteers are wanted to help Informetis develop a solution that will enable more elderly people to continue living independently in their own homes, yet provide the reassurance for friends and relations that they are OK.

24/08/2018Read in full

The creative team behind the Citrix Time Capsule

Cambridge Children's Charity Week: busy behind the scenes

Cambridge Children's Charity Week (CCCW) enjoyed a variety of fundraising projects this summer with one more exciting team-building opportunity by Citrix to be launched in September. Here's an overview.

24/08/2018Read in full

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Are you a cycling Superhero?

Camcycle is seeking £2,500 in sponsorship to unlock up to £10,000 in funding this Christmas.

24/08/2018Read in full

Brexit Puzzle

No deal: preparing for post-Brexit state aid rules

State aid is the subject of one of the Government “technical notes” issued to help businesses and citizens to prepare for the eventuality of no deal being reached with the European Union when the UK leaves the EU. There is little in the note (published yesterday) which has not been trailed in previous public announcements, says Stephen Cole of Hewitsons.

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UKRI joins international collaboration on Artificial Intelligence

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is joining research organisations in Canada and France to host a series of international workshops examining the social and ethical implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

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Horizon 2020 underwrite guarantee update

The government has updated its information for UK applicants to Horizon 2020, the European Union’s flagship programme for science and innovation.

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Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group inspiring future generations

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group recently welcomed over 160 RAF Air Cadets from around the country.

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Birketts recruits construction specialist

Katrina Bretten has joined Birketts’ Construction and Engineering Team as a Senior Associate.

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Murray Edwards College hosts conference to tackle gender inequality in the workplace

A Cambridge College is the venue for an important conference which will explore the issue of gender inequality at work and create a strategy to tackle this high profile issue.

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No risks here: IT Governance launches Business Continuity Risk Management Pack

IT Governance continues to provide the solutions organisations need when disaster strikes with the launch of its Business Continuity Risk Management Pack.

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Deadline looms for project proposals from Cambridge companies

Time is running out for local companies to submit project proposals for Cambridge Judge Business School's Cambridge Venture Project (CVP 2018). If you are a company with a product, treatment or service that would benefit from 'real' market analysis from a team of bright and resourceful MBA students, the school would like to hear from you. But hurry - the deadline is 5 September.

24/08/2018Read in full

Arm to reveal details on 5G, cloud and IoT infrastructures for a trillion connected devices

Arm® TechCon 2018 has a new home at the San Jose Convention Center, and as the industry’s leading event for showcasing the latest advancements in computing and IoT

23/08/2018Read in full

EY comments on today’s 'No-deal' Brexit guidance

Mats Persson, EY’s UK Brexit Strategy Leader and former adviser to 10 Downing Street, comments on today’s 'No-deal' Brexit guidance:

23/08/2018Read in full

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aspire cambridge announces internal promotion

aspire cambridge is delighted to announce the internal promotion of Libby Tucker.

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Yes She Can at St Mary's School, Cambridge

St Mary's School, Cambridge celebrates best performance ever for GCSEs at A*

St Mary’s Girls, Cambridge, proved today that #yesshecan with record-breaking GCSE results.

23/08/2018Read in full

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Hewitsons Partners enter Legal 500 Hall of Fame

Three Partners at law firm Hewitsons have been inducted into the Legal 500 Hall of Fame, placing them among an elite group of individuals at the top of their respective practice areas.

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Curiouser and curiouser: Exhibitions and displays during Open Cambridge 2018

Open Cambridge takes place 14-15 September and offers the public a chance to visit a range of stunning buildings and hidden curiosities. There are more than 80 events in this year’s programme, with over 20 events as part of Open Eddington.

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Study examines narcissism and downsizing

Narcissism can help liberal-leaning CEOs in pushing corporate social responsibility, but it doesn’t help conservative CEOs translate their ideology into downsizing, says a new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School.

23/08/2018Read in full

Brits fear the AI future as 60% are worried AI machines will hack them

New research from IP EXPO Europe uncovers the concerns the general public have about AI and cyber security.

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Aggregate Industries invests £3.5m in new asphalt plant for A14 road improvement project

Aggregate Industries has opened its new £3.5m asphalt plant in Godmanchester, dedicated exclusively to supplying England’s largest road project, the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme – which will see 21 kilometres of the road upgraded to three lanes in each direction, cutting journey times by up to 20 minutes.

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