Xaar highlights the transformative power of its inkjet technology at InPrint 2014


World-leading inkjet technology developer, and InPrint Founding Member, Xaar, highlights the remarkable transformative power of its industrial inkjet printheads at InPrint 2014, 8-10 April, Hannover Messe. Visitors to the Xaar booth (#E16) will discover how manufacturers globally are taking advantage of Xaar’s inkjet technology to drive down costs, reduce waste, improve process efficiency and move to …




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Linguamatics Named in KMWorld’s 2014 List of “100 Companies That Matter In Knowledge Management”


Linguamatics, the market-leader in natural language processing (NLP)-based text mining and analytics, today announced that it has been named in KMWorld’s list of “100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management”.  Now in its 14th year, the KMWorld 100 Companies That Matter list is compiled by KM practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors and their customers and colleagues. …




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Keep tabs on your assets


Low-cost tracking technologies to monitor assets in transit from land to offshore As the offshore industry moves towards ever-more-remote and extreme locations, product development firm Cambridge Consultants is demonstrating DropTag and Trace – two new monitoring technologies that deliver breakthroughs in low-cost, low-power condition monitoring and indoor location tracking. With operations increasingly in deep oceans …




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Record-breaking charity gift


Cambridge Consultants staff help provide emergency support for people in need A cheque for £25,000 has been presented to Cambridge City Foodbank as a result of fundraising activities by staff at Cambridge Consultants. The product development firm’s employees piled on the pounds for the charity with initiatives including a monthly cake trolley, sales of bacon …




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Bike thieves


The Park Security Guards together with Cambridge Police have apprehended two young males acting suspiciously, outside normal hours, in the vicinity of a number of cycle racks. Please ensure that all cycles are securely locked and, preferably, not left overnight.




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Royal Society of Chemistry and Cogent combine forces on future talent recruitment incentives


The Royal Society of Chemistry and Cogent have signed a Memorandum of Agreement to work in partnership to help small and medium-sized companies in the chemicals industry to recruit the best talent. The agreement will see the Royal Society of Chemistry provide £400,000 of funding in the form of grants to enable companies to provide …




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