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Open Innovation Forum Food & FMCG Pitching Event

Open Innovation Forum Food & FMCG Pitching Event | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Calling all innovators and technology spin-outs, start-ups and SMEs. Pitch your idea or business to some of the world’s largest food and FMCG companies.
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TechCityUK is wasted in London - move it to Cambridge - Telegraph

TechCityUK is wasted in London - move it to Cambridge - Telegraph | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Cambridge is home to one of the world’s foremost universities, which has already produced many of our most successful technology firms
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Rarely believe anything I read in the Telegraph but this is so right.

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Five finalists we like in the Discovering Start-Ups Competition 2014

Five finalists we like in the Discovering Start-Ups Competition 2014 | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
The shortlisted finalists have just been announced in the Discovering Start-Ups Competition 2014 – and they are getting ready to pitch their technologies to a panel of judges from terrifyingly...
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Proud to be Chairing the DS competition again this year. Might be a few tickets still left.

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RealVNC's Harter is new Cambridge Network chair - Business Weekly

RealVNC's Harter is new Cambridge Network chair - Business Weekly | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
RealVNC's Harter is new Cambridge Network chair
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“Cambridge Network is the region's original high-skill membership organisation and it is an important part of the business scene.
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Foodminder: How Cambridge technology is putting the smiles back in shopping

Foodminder: How Cambridge technology is putting the smiles back in shopping | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Grocery shopping can be a chore and (along with cleaning, cooking and what to watch on TV) it is the root cause of many a domestic bust-up. As the human race continues to develop more allergies, go...
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How do you solve a problem like Cambridgeshire traffic? - Cambridge News

How do you solve a problem like Cambridgeshire traffic? - Cambridge News | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Solving the traffic problem in Cambridge and the surrounding areas is one of our hottest debates. Should we park and ride? Build bypasses? Widen roads? Why is this happening to us when we're all...
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Cheap, safe. regular and integrated public transport so people from outside Cambridge can get in and out of the City without being penalised.. Simples!

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Winners of the Cambridge News Top Innovations 2014 Awards revealed

Winners of the Cambridge News Top Innovations 2014 Awards revealed | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
The inaugural Cambridge News Top Innovations Awards presentations took place at Clare College on Wednesday, hosted by Cambridge News' managing director Richard Duxbury with Dr Mike Lynch of Invoke...
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Cambridge Big Pitch winner hits Kickstarter to fund new game and 2D MMO engine

Cambridge Big Pitch winner hits Kickstarter to fund new game and 2D MMO engine | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
A games developer who won Anglia Ruskin University's £15,00 Big Pitch startup prize to build a 2D MMO (massive multiplayer online games) engine has made a blistering start to a new Kickstarter campaign to fund a showcase game for the MMO platform.
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Cambridge power reaches Ebola villages | Business Weekly | Technology News | Business news | Cambridge and the East of England

Cambridge power reaches Ebola villages | Business Weekly | Technology News | Business news | Cambridge and the East of England | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Innovation from Cambridge UK solar technology pioneer Azuri is enabling customers in regions of Sierra Leone hit by the Ebola virus to keep their households powered. (Cambridge power reaches Ebola villages.
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Want to grow the UK economy? Invest in green Says Cambridge Study

Want to grow the UK economy? Invest in green Says Cambridge Study | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it

“The UK's economy would be boosted by 1. 1 per cent by 2030 if it cut its greenhouse gas emissions, rather than sticking with dirty fossil fuels (RT @EarthAdapt: #Green #Energy : Want to grow the UK economy?”


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If climate change isn't incentive enough to cut emissions, try this: if the UK cut its carbon emissions by 60 per cent from 1990 levels by 2030, as it has promised, its GDP would be 1.1 per cent bigger than if it stuck with fossil fuels, says a study by Cambridge Econometrics. About half the gain would come from cheap running costs for fuel-efficient cars, with 190,000 new green jobs and higher wages also helping. The average household would be £565 a year better off.
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Cambridge next to London for future growth potenti... - Business Weekly

Cambridge next to London for future growth potenti... - Business Weekly | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Cambridge next to London for future growth potenti...
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Cambridge has the highest future growth potential of all areas outside London, according to a new report from financial and business advisers Grant Thornton.
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Cambridge duo in UK's top 100 tech growers - Business Weekly

Cambridge duo in UK's top 100 tech growers - Business Weekly | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Cambridge duo in UK's top 100 tech growers
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Software developer credit360 – soon to rebrand as CR360 – and network monitoring technology business CRFS fly the flag for Cambridge in the UK's 100 fastest growing private tech firms.
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Top startups in call to keep London #1 European tech hub

Top startups in call to keep London #1 European tech hub | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it

Aometimes London's top startups and venture capital firms will today urge the UK government to relax rules and taxes in order to maintain the cap

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Sometimes I think I live in a parallel universe.

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Mind Your Head

Mind Your Head | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
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It's a no brainer. (Sorry couldn't resist). Worth supporting if you are available.

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Keynote Speakers

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Keynotes All keynotes are in the Mission City ballroom This year, ARM TechCon is all about ideas, inspiration, and innovation surrounding the AR
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Cambridge park and ride: Calls to scrap £1 parking charge grow as passenger numbers fall

Cambridge park and ride: Calls to scrap £1 parking charge grow as passenger numbers fall | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Calls for a U-turn on the new £1 parking charge at Cambridge's park and ride sites are growing amid a 15 per cent fall in passengers. Stagecoach bosses have called for an urgent meeting with...
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Residents say the £1 parking charge “defeats the whole object” of park and rides, which were built to cut congestion. Council didn't listen again.

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Airline CityJet set to axe flights from Cambridge Airport due to 'shifting ... - Cambridge News

Airline CityJet set to axe flights from Cambridge Airport due to 'shifting ... - Cambridge News | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Daily flights from Cambridge by Irish-based airline CityJet are being halted after just five months. The airline started flying to Amsterdam and Dublin from Cambridge International Airport in...
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Did you know this services existed? I didn't.

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September windfall takes Cambridge deals to $44bn in 18 months - Business Weekly

September windfall takes Cambridge deals to $44bn in 18 months - Business Weekly | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Autumn in the Cambridge UK technology cluster blew in with a fresh windfall of mega-deals – with September transactions topping $2.62 billion to increase the 18-month total to $43.77bn and hoist the monthly average over that time to a new high of...
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US software veteran takes Darktrace CEO role | Business Weekly | Technology News | Business news | Cambridge and the East of England

US software veteran takes Darktrace CEO role | Business Weekly | Technology News | Business news | Cambridge and the East of England | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Former UK ‘Spooks’ chief Andrew France has quit as CEO of Darktrace – the Cambridge-based cyber security startup backed by technology entrepreneur and VC Mike Lynch – after just eight months in the role.
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Cambridge: Using Raspberries to educate - CNBC

Cambridge: Using Raspberries to educate - CNBC | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
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Cambridge: Using Raspberries to educate
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To run the Raspberry Pi, users plug in a mouse and keyboard to their device and then connect it to a TV or monitor. They can then start to learn programming skills.

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Huawei buys Cambridge Internet of Things pioneer Neul - Register

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Thirty-person company Neul has been bought by Huawei for a reported $125m to turn the UK into a centre of excellence for Internet of Things.
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First graphene display paves way for flexible electronics

First graphene display paves way for flexible electronics | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Flexible and fully functioning graphene displays are here, as is
evidenced by a prototype created jointly by the Cambridge
Graphene Centre and Plastic Logic.
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Cambridge - making a noise about tech

Cambridge - making a noise about tech | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
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it's struggled to make its voice heard above the hubbub from London's TechCity, which has had the backing of the government and plenty of its marketing muscle

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it's struggled to make its voice heard above the hubbub from London's TechCity, which has had the backing of the government and plenty of its marketing muscle

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Cambridge voted best UK city for culture at the Condé Nast travel awards - Cambridge News

Cambridge voted best UK city for culture at the Condé Nast travel awards - Cambridge News | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
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Cambridge voted best UK city for culture at the Condé Nast travel awards
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Cllr Richard Johnson, the city council's culture chief, said: "It's fabulous news that Cambridge has been given this accolade.
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Innova Biosciences strikes gold dust | Business Weekly | Technology News | Business news | Cambridge and the East of England

Innova Biosciences strikes gold dust | Business Weekly | Technology News | Business news | Cambridge and the East of England | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
Innova Biosciences, a specialist provider of bioconjugation products and services, has commercially launched InnovaGOLD – a new range of ultra-high quality gold nanoparticles.
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Build new perspectives on key management issues this Autumn at Cambridge Judge Business School, Executive Education

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Build new perspectives, leadership, business acumen and strategy skills tailored to the development needs that arise at different career stages. A General Management Programme and Advanced Leadership Programme, might be of interest to you and your colleagues. 

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Research Shows Work Fatigue Sets in After Holiday

Research Shows Work Fatigue Sets in After Holiday | Cambridge Technology Review | Scoop.it
A survey of 2,000 employees has shown that the average worker requires time off every 56 days or they risk a reduce in overall work productivity.
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A survey of 2,000 workers highlighted that the average British employee requires time off every 56 days or they risk a reduce in overall work productivity. I guess this is true of every nationality. Research?

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