CRFS, a leading manufacturer of spectrum monitoring and geolocation systems, today announced the launch of its Spring Webinar Series. Subject experts from the company will be conducting interactive webinars covering a range of topics of interest to current and potential users of RF spectrum monitoring and geolocation equipment.
Illumine Training is committed to putting together value-adding virtual workshops that build on the many modules it already has. The team will adapt the material to your needs, respecting the demands of virtual delivery.
US2U Consulting is pleased to celebrate its 14th birthday - although this year, like the rest of the world, its team will be doing so in unusual circumstances!
This week Tech Nation surveyed leaders from 116 scaling tech companies to understand how the sector is being affected by the global pandemic and to help inform the Government on measures that can be taken to protect and support the thriving tech industry.
The Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) has launched the Digital Twin Hub (DT Hub), a new online community to promote best practice in digital twins for infrastructure and as a testbed for the Information Management Framework for the built environment to enable the future National Digital Twin.
TRB Lightweight Structures is working in collaboration with Hitachi Rail – a global transport specialist at the forefront of innovation in the rail industry – on major rail projects in the UK.
Five leading medical device companies - all based in Cambidge - have come together to help meet the need for ventilators during the coronavirus crisis.
Optibrium™, leading providers of software and services for drug discovery, and Intellegens™, a spin-out from the University of Cambridge with a unique Artificial Intelligence (AI) toolset, today announced they have reached a further significant milestone in their contribution to the Open Source Malaria (OSM) initiative.
Parliament needs new tech tools so MPs can scrutinise ministers, quiz experts and pass laws whilst observing social distancing. Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner has joined over 100 MPs from across the political divide to call for a digital parliament
Thousands of high street firms are beginning to receive £25,000 cash grants and will be exempt from business rates from today (Wednesday 1st April 2020) – as they begin to benefit from a £22 billion package.
NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) is at TWI's onsite conference facilities, the Granta Centre, on Wednesday 8 April to run their latest donation session – donate to help give the gift of life.
Micro-RNA compound is found suitable for further development following favourable pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic study results.
The unprecedented Coronavirus pandemic is affecting every part of our daily working and personal lives. This includes the temporary closure of business premises under the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Business Closure) (England) Regulations 2020 and the social distancing and self-isolation requirements under the Health Protection (Coronavirus...
Last evening (Tuesday 31st March), was due to have been Gala Night for Cambridge & District CAMRA. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this event, along with all CAMRA gatherings nationwide until at least the end of June, has been cancelled.
Like it or loathe it, working from home is the new normal - at least for the foreseeable future.
The response to the Coronavirus epidemic, and the impact on residential property transactions, continues to evolve. Further guidance to the legal profession has been issued, following talks between various departments of Government, the Law Society, the Land Registry and others. Simon Cooper of Hewitsons explaiins.
Woodfines LLP now has a page dedicated to all things COVID-19, providing regular updates and articles on how to get you and your business through these uncertain times.
Domino Printing is demonstrating its commitment to supporting its customers in vital sectors in the current COVID-19 crisis – in order to maintain supply chains in the face of soaring demand for essential products.
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority has issued a further update for businesses affected by the coronavirus outbreak, including information about new insolvency measures.
Cambridge Network's ongoing series of free webinars, which continues this week (tomorrow -Weds 1 April), includes diverse topics ranging from risk management and personal finances to recruitment and immigration.