Monthly Archives: May 2013

Raccoons product test new SureFlap Pet Door

The new SureFlap Pet Door is tested by the craftiest of ‘wannabe’ intruders Raccoons entering homes through unsecure pet doors are a major cause of concern for cat owners in the USA. However, the raccoons at Shepreth Wildlife Park have … Continue reading

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Beating the odds: growing biobusinesses today

One day conference at Clare College, Cambridge, on 3rd October 2013 How do you build successful biobusinesses in these tough and fast-changing times? The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at Cambridge Judge Business School is working in partnership with independent … Continue reading

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New beam instrumentation will optimise cancer proton therapy

Work by Cockcroft Institute at eye tumour centre will automate beam control shortening treatment time Particle beams – from low energy beams with exotic ions through to extremely high energy light sources – are revolutionising the way we view the … Continue reading

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ViewRanger, the outdoors GPS adventure app, offers romance in Denmark

ViewRanger now offers topographic maps, walking and cycling trails across Scandinavia Copenhagen might be the cycle city of the world but all of Denmark, including its islands and extensive sandy beaches, can now be explored more easily by bike, on … Continue reading

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‘Three out of four patients don’t need to be here’ say eye clinics

Altacor to discuss findings at BCLA (Stand 30), 7-9th June 2013 There are still many patients going to secondary care for dry eye problems that could be effectively treated in the community.

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