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Scientists reveal plan to target the cause of Alzheimer’s disease

Researchers have developed a new way to target the toxic particles that destroy healthy brain cells in Alzheimer’s disease.

26/09/2018Read in full

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Ebola and Lassa fever targeted by new vaccine trial and improved surveillance

Scientists hope that a new approach to vaccine development, combined with improved surveillance of potential future threats of outbreak, could help to massively reduce the impact of deadly diseases such as Ebola, Marburg and Lassa fever.

26/09/2018Read in full

Flexera first to take software monetisation technology to the edge

Flexera's FlexNet Edge enables software updates and insights for Edge devices, adding more control and security to the software supply chain.

26/09/2018Read in full

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Managerial temperament: harness emotions to achieve objectives

Emotions can poison decision making and lead to short-sightedness, but passion can also inspire commitment and creativity. The key is to harness emotions so they help achieve objectives, advises Professor Christoph Loch, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School.

26/09/2018Read in full

£400,000 grant pot launched to help communities

Voluntary and community groups are being asked to step forward and bid for a share of over £400,000 of grant funding to make sure vital services are delivered in South Cambridgeshire villages.

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Villages getting more influence over design of new development

Eight South Cambridgeshire villages are getting more of a say in the look and feel of new development in their communities, as part of a ground-breaking planning initiative.

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Cambridge Electric Transport makes commuting greener with new electric bike service

Cambridge Electric Transport is expanding its e-Bike Cambridge! service for commuters on 1 October to three pick-up points at Longstanton and Milton Park & Rides and Cambridge North station.

26/09/2018Read in full

LabKey and Linguamatics partner to extract clinical insights from Big Data in healthcare

Integrated NLP data management solution speeds clinical data abstraction and curation for disease registries, clinical research and quality reporting...

25/09/2018Read in full

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In the nick of time for homeowners – Hive Hub 360 receives police accreditation

The latest gloomy figures from the Office for National Statistics shows a nine per cent increase in burglary offences across England & Wales. No better time then for Centrica’s Hive branded smart home products, including the uber-smart Hive Hub 360, to receive police accreditation for crime prevention.

25/09/2018Read in full

Lumeon named a Gartner Cool Vendor in health value delivery

Lumeon, the leader in Care Pathway Management (CPM), announced that it has been included in Gartner’s new report, Cool Vendors in Health Value Delivery.

25/09/2018Read in full

Conference designed to keep the wheels on the bus turning

Cambridge law firm brings Brexit expertise to transport conference

Those in the transport industry needing some clarity on Brexit will find expertise on hand from law firm Stone King.

25/09/2018Read in full

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Everyone could be an expert

Technology in the commercial drone industry is still advancing, so there is a need for continual training if pilots want to stay abreast of the latest developments, says Ely Aviation.

25/09/2018Read in full

Second round of business-led Prosperity Partnerships launch to link research with industry

Seven new Prosperity Partnerships projects that will build links between the UK’s research base and leading industry partners such as AkzoNobel, AstraZeneca, Google, Rolls-Royce, Tata Steel, and Weir Group, plus small-to-medium enterprise, Oxford PV will be unveiled today by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

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Wellcome Sanger Institute at 25

Wellcome Sanger Institute at 25: how the genomic revolution is changing medicine

This October, the Wellcome Sanger Institute, one of the world’s leading centres of genomic research, celebrates 25 years of research and discovery through genome sequencing. In the same week, the NHS will become the first health service in the world to routinely offer genomic medicine as part of patient care.

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Business backs independent public inquiry into Business Board and Combined Authority

Increasingly concerns are being raised over the transparency of the governance arrangements of the Cambridge and Peterborough Combined Authority and the newly formed Business Board, which has been declared as the Local Enterprise Partnership covering the economic geographical area significantly larger than the existing Combined Authority Area.

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Councils propose changes to some bin collection arrangements

Changes to some aspects of bin collections in Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire are being proposed, which could cut morning rush-hour traffic on a key commuter route and generate savings to help fund frontline services that residents rely on.

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Mitochondrial diseases could be treated with gene therapy, study suggests

Researchers have developed a genome-editing tool for the potential treatment of mitochondrial diseases: serious and often fatal conditions which affect one in 5,000 people.

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Cambridge Festival of Ideas open for bookings

How should we tackle apocalyptic terrorism? What can mystical experiences during epileptic seizures teach us about empathy? What purpose do angels serve?

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research facility for neurodegenerative disorders opens

New research facility for neurodegenerative disorders opens in Cambridge

The Chemistry of Health building, a new facility dedicated to the use of chemical techniques to combat disease, in particular neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, has been officially opened in Cambridge.

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Cambridge Index jumps 3.2%

The Cambridge Index advanced 882.4 points or 3.2% to close at 28,561.2, as seven of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.

25/09/2018Read in full

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