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You can learn all about science - from breaking bonds in atoms to exploring how galaxies looked billions of years ago - at the Royal Society's Summer Science Exhibition.

23-06-2003

Adrenaline Creative of Cambridge and Peterborough has renewed its contract to manage the branding and design of the 39th Cambridge Folk Festival.

23-06-2003

By David Halstead of Deloitte & Touche





In the height of the technology boom, many high-tech companies introduced share option schemes in an attempt to attract and retain the specialised skills they needed to grow their businesses.

23-06-2003

Nineteen jobs have gone at PI Group, the specialists in automotive electronics, not least in motor racing.

23-06-2003

Paul Thwaites' Ashwell Property Group at Barton has been awarded one of the highest accolades in the Private Finance Initiative sector.

23-06-2003

Staff at DIY retailer B&Q were celebrating last week after hearing they will share a record 28 million bonus.

23-06-2003

Cambridgeshire PR agency Myriad has been placed as one of the nation's top 20 healthcare PR consultancies by the industry's own publication, PR Week with a ranking of 15 nationwide.

23-06-2003

With around 5000 personality tests on the market, how do you know which have validity? What can psychometrics measure and do they work? Geoffrey King explores in the latest edition of .

22-06-2003

Do you have excess office space to sub-let?
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<br/>A Cambridge start-up is looking to relocate its six employees to offices in Cambridge in October '03.
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<br/>If you can help, please email cathryn@connectworker.co.uk .
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22-06-2003

Cambridge accountants Peters Elworthy & Moore have won the 'Best Tax Team in a Small Sized Firm' title in the 2003 LexisNexis UK Tax Awards.

20-06-2003

Over thirty East of England companies were among 60 UK companies celebrating after making international contacts worth millions of pounds in Peterborough on Tuesday, 17 June 2003.

20-06-2003

The first degree programme in Theatre Performance and Workshop Practice for students with learning difficulties, such as Down's Syndrome, will be established by the Razor Edge Theatre Initiative thanks to an award of 181,574 from NESTA (the National Endowment for Science, Technology & the Arts), the

20-06-2003

Investors and companies are still not having a meaningful dialogue about the business value of Corporate Responsibility (CR), according to research published this week at an event hosted by Derek Higgs, Chairman, Business in the Environment.

20-06-2003

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Cambridgeshire County Council (with funding from EEDA and the European Social Fund) have commissioned SQW Limited to map the experiences and expectations of the computer services industry in Cambridgeshire (including P

20-06-2003

In response to constant demands from legal firms, the Argyle partnership has launched its Super Temp Service.

20-06-2003

Lord Sainsbury has described the CIR High Value Manufacturing Conference 2003 as 'prestigious' and will return to New Hall, Cambridge, on Friday November 14, 2003, to hear from and address the East of England's largest manufacturing companies from each county in the region, in automotive, motorsport

20-06-2003

Pelikon, the Bar Hill-based world leader in developing electroluminescent display technology, has raised 3.

20-06-2003

Autonomy has created a new business to cash in on stringent new corporate regulation.

20-06-2003

PRS is one of the newest Accountancy Recruitment consultancies to open in Cambridgeshire but already its experience is telling.

20-06-2003

Business networks provided through Colin Sanders Innovation Centre, Oxford are having a real impact on the growth prospects of some of the UK's most innovative start-up companies.

19-06-2003

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