Smart implant breakthrough


MagLense, a wireless power innovation set to be a game changer for implants and wearables MagLense, a breakthrough in through body wireless power transfer from product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants is set to revolutionise the world of medical implants and consumer wearable devices. The system provides flexible, efficient and safe wireless power transfer …




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Christmas Fair


Come and join us in the Bradfield Centre Atrium for the Science Park Christmas Fair on Tuesday 12th December from 1030am. Purchase home made crafts including scarves, bags, cards and much more.




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Cambridge Consultants recognised as an Employer of the Year and for strength in international trade


Company’s Boston, MA office wins two awards: Gold in the 2017 Stevie Awards for Great Employers and a Global Trade Award from the Associated Industries of Massachusetts Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants today announced it has won a Gold award in the second annual Stevie Awards for Great Employers, recognised as an Employer …




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George Church joins Nuclera’s Scientific Advisory Board


Cambridge, UK, 31 October 2017: Nuclera Nucleics Ltd., a Cambridge, UK-based enzymatic DNA synthesis company, announces the appointment of George Church, Professor of Harvard and MIT to the Nuclera Scientific Advisory Board. “Demand for custom DNA is growing exponentially – with applications in manufacturing, medicine, and even information storage”, said George Church. “Nuclera represents fresh approaches, …




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Bright Horizons’ open week


From the 13th through to the 17th November Bright Horizons has an open week for parents. You are all invited to book an appointment during the hours of 9am – 3pm to visit and meet our staff and see our facilities. We will be showcasing all features held at the nursery: Growing enhancement programs Food …




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Changes to access via the Eastern Guided BusWay


SDC are starting construction of two new buildings on the plot of land opposite the Trinity Centre. These are a 60,000 sq ft office building and a 40,000 sq ft BioHub (laboratories for both early stage and established biotech and medical technology companies). This has resulted in changes to access to the Park via the …




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Share your views on the future of Cambridge


How is Cambridge for your business? We want to know your views on transport, skills, housing and jobs. This Friday a breakfast meeting is being held to find out your views on the current infrastructure challenges your business face and some of the potential solutions you would like to see implement. The event is taking …




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