A bronze bust of Save the Children founder Eglantyne Jebb produced by Anglia Ruskin University Fine Art graduate Ian Wolter has been unveiled at the Royal Albert Hall in London, where the charity was founded 100 years ago this week.
Grafham Water Centre in Cambridgeshire is hosting a very special event on Monday (27 May), as the Centre celebrates its opening 50 years ago with an Open Day.
Recognising that the research funding landscape is busy and complex, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has added an Investment Timeline to its website to help researchers with forward planning for grant applications.
Returning for a second year, on 15-16 October, Cambridge China Forum is the only conference focused on enhancing relationships and increasing investment and trade between China and the Cambridge Science & Technology Cluster.
Agri-Tech East’s second GROW agri-hackathon (Cambridge, 6-8 July 2019) addresses sustainability.
Philip Olagunju has been promoted to the role of Director at PEM Corporate Finance LLP (PEMCF) with effect from 1 April 2019.
Investment from European funds into the UK’s thriving tech ecosystem reached a record high of £1.89bn in 2018 (up from just £1.66bn in 2017), according to a new report by leading law firm Penningtons Manches.
World’s first dedicated XR Platform from Qualcomm Technologies powers Glass Enterprise Edition 2 from Google to help improve enterprise efficiency for hands-on workers.
Launch of first commercial 5G network in the UK marks a European milestone on the path to 5G as global deployments intensify.
Agar Scientific has unveiled the latest addition to its range of microscopy stains, UA-Zero® EM Stain, a non-radioactive alternative to the traditional Uranyl Acetate.
SCF (Small Cell Forum) has announced the winners of the SCF Small Cell Awards 2019, recognising outstanding achievement within, and contributions to, the global small cell industry.
Sarah Austin of Independent Financial Advice firm Martin-Redman Partners comments on Stocks and Shares ISAs and the benefits they can bring in the form of tax-efficiency, growth and inflation-proofing your savings.
Only three per cent of British adults feel that a low overall cost of construction should be the most important measure of success of major infrastructure projects, a new report says.
Users of Cresset applications will next month present scientific case studies and insights into how computational chemistry has helped transform their research.
Emerging technologies for the circular economy will be discussed at a forthcoming Agri-Tech East event.
Ashtons Legal has expanded its planning and construction team with the recruitment of chartered legal executive Joanna Baker.
Thousands of people have backed action in Greater Cambridge to reduce traffic and dramatically improve public transport to achieve better journeys for everyone across the city and beyond.
VIPs from the motor industry gathered at Cambridge airport last week to celebrate the flying accolades of Dr John C Taylor OBE, FREng, DEng, DSc, FInstPI and Sir Michael Marshall MA, CBE, DL, FRAcS, FIMI.
During London Technology Week next month, the Department for International Trade ( DIT) is offering UK companies the opportunity to pitch to major Japanese and Taiwanese corporates who are looking for UK tech solutions.