Give blood and be a life-saver


The NHS Blood and Transplant team will be offering blood donation sessions on Tuesday June 28th in the Trinity Centre on the Science Park between 11am and 3pm. If you register as a blood donor you’ll find out what blood group you are plus you’ll be helping others. If you want to know more visit …




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Using text mining to improve patient care


The Science Park based company Linguamatics are offering a free webinar on using text mining to improve patient care on Friday 24th June. In this one-hour webinar hosted by CCC, presenters Jonathan Hartmann, Senior Clinical Informationist and Head of Data Management at Georgetown University Medical Center, and Guy Singh, Senior Manager, Product and Strategic Alliances at Linguamatics, will …




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Free foot and leg checks


Claire Upson, registered podiatrist from the Spinal Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Clinic in Cambridge is offering free foot and leg checks as part of the ‘Feet For Life month’ campaign to raise public awareness of Podiatry, promoted by The Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists. The free sessions take place on Tuesday 14th June and Thursday …




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Phase 6 Pedestrian refuge construction and road resurfacing


Visitors and people working on the Science Park will be aware that new pedestrian refuges are being installed on the along with the resurfacing of the unadopted road on the Park that serves phase 6 and the CRC entrance. On the week commencing 27th June there will be single alternate line working at the junction …




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Arecor awarded Innovate UK proof of concept SMART Grant to investigate longer acting basal insulin formulation


Arecor Limited, which provides advanced formulation technology to the pharmaceutical industry, have been awarded a SMART award from Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency to develop and demonstrate an ultra-long acting basal insulin to combat the risk of nocturnal hypoglycaemia in diabetic patients, improving patient safety and compliance. Nocturnal hypoglycaemia is a common problem with …




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Catalyst magazine now available


The Spring edition of Catalyst, the Science Park magazine has now been sent to subscribers and is also available as a download from this website. If you’re a regular reader of the twice yearly magazine you’ll notice that it’s had a bit of a refresh in its design, we hope you like it. You can …




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Science Park Spine Road Resurfacing Update


Visitors to the Science Park will have noticed that the Council’s contractors only completed one half of the planned resurfacing of the main spine road at the weekend. Those of you who know the layout of the Science Park will know it as the Napp side or the side where you turn right from the …




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