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Council prioritises building more houses to provide people with a secure place to call home

Providing more homes for people in desperate need remains a top priority for Cambridge City Council.

18/12/2017Read in full

Magna puts power to wheels with etelligentDrive™

Magna puts power to wheels with etelligentDrive™ systems

With the global trend towards electrification in the automotive industry, Magna presents its etelligentDrive systems. Leveraging its legacy of powertrain leadership, Magna offers automakers a variety of solutions for electrified powertrain architectures - from hybrids to full electrics.

18/12/2017Read in full

Ely Markets will raise the city’s Christmas spirit

Festive markets bring Christmas spirit to the heart of Ely

Ely Markets will raise the city’s Christmas spirit with an array of festive markets throughout this week.

18/12/2017Read in full

The IoT/ Drawing by Professor Duncan McFarlane

Making the most of the internet of things

Head of the Institute for Manufacturing's Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory (DIAL) at the University of Cambridge, Professor Duncan McFarlane is a pioneer of the internet of things (IoT) and was part of the research team that coined the term "internet of things" 20 years ago.

18/12/2017Read in full

Free energy advice service aims to cut bills and keep homes warm this winter

A new energy advice service has been launched to help Cambridge residents cut household bills and keep their homes warm this winter for less.

18/12/2017Read in full

The Bradfield Centre

Onespacemedia creates showcase website and brand for The Bradfield Centre

Onespacemedia has launched a website and brand to promote the facilities at collaborative office space, The Bradfield Centre. The state-of-the-art entrepreneurial hub is located at the heart of The Cambridge Science Park - Europe’s largest and longest-standing centre for commercial research and development, founded by Trinity College in 1970.

18/12/2017Read in full

Business & study pressures -time, detail, communications

Working while studying?

The team of recruitment consultants at aspire cambridge looks at CVs every day; often they will come across a CV from a recent university graduate and they will have no work experience or ever had a job... does this affect their CV and chance of landing that dream job?

18/12/2017Read in full

Onespacemedia platform for CSER

Onespacemedia launches website for world-leading human extinction research team

Onespacemedia has created a new digital platform for The Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER), to promote its prolific and groundbreaking work with greater clarity.

18/12/2017Read in full

The ultimate newbie’s guide to blogging

The ultimate newbie’s guide to blogging

Blogging is an essential part of marketing for any business nowadays. However, there are increasingly a number of individuals who are now active and outspoken bloggers on a variety of issues and industries, spanning from health and fitness to marketing and social media tips.

16/12/2017Read in full

 Children’s charity benefits from Girton salon’s Prosecco evening

Children’s charity benefits from Girton salon’s Prosecco evening

Style came to the fore in Girton this week when Plum Tree Hair & Beauty welcomed customers for a Prosecco evening in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

15/12/2017Read in full

It’s official – research proves Bitcoin’s bubble

New research shows that the cryptocurrency Bitcoin is in a bubble, and could pose a threat to the financial stability of traditional currencies and markets.

15/12/2017Read in full

Peer challenge team praises city council ambition

An independent review of Cambridge City Council’s prospects has concluded the council is well run, is working well in partnership to improve the quality of residents’ lives and knows the things it needs to do better.

15/12/2017Read in full

Papworth's anniversary rose sold in Scotsdales

Disability charity’s anniversary rose on sale in Scotsdales

A charity’s tradition of using gardening to support the wellbeing of disabled people has continued thanks to a fundraising partnership with Scotsdales.

15/12/2017Read in full

Christmas Comes But Once A Year

Mistletoe and (a large) wine: seven-fold increase in wine glass size over 300 years

Our Georgian and Victorian ancestors probably celebrated Christmas with more modest wine consumption than we do today – if the size of their wine glasses are anything to go by. Researchers at the University of Cambridge have found that the capacity of wine glasses has increased seven-fold over the past 300 years, and most steeply in the past two decades as wine consumption rose.

15/12/2017Read in full

Award from  Association of Serviced Apartment Providers

Citystay scoops 'Highly Commended SME Business of the Year' award

Citystay Serviced Apartments in Cambridge is the recipient of the 'Highly Commended SME Business of the Year' award, presented by the Association of Serviced Apartment Providers at their fifth annual gala dinner and awards evening.

15/12/2017Read in full

Simon Pinion, Nick Browne, Sam Cook, Tim O'Connor

Scrutton Bland signs an exciting deal with Essex Cricket

Scrutton Bland is delighted to announce a new three-year agreement with Essex Cricket. The enhanced sponsorship deal will extend the existing three-year relationship with the Essex-based company to make Scrutton Bland the first ever sponsor of the Premier Suite at The Cloudfm County Ground.

15/12/2017Read in full

Angela Angulo accepting the R&D Programme of the Year Award

Digital twin technology for wind turbine industry wins national environmental business award

WindTwin – a collaborative project to develop a high fidelity, digital software platform combining operational sensor data with virtual system model data for the predictive maintenance of wind turbines – has won R&D Programme of the Year at the Business Green Technology Awards 2017. The consortium behind the winning project comprises engineering technology experts Agility3, Brunel University London, Dashboard, ESI and TWI Ltd.

15/12/2017Read in full

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Tame your computer - Best of 2017: top 10 tips

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she recalls the top 10 of 2017 - the tips which have resonated most with her many readers.

15/12/2017Read in full

Girl lookling through magnifying glass

My name is Kelly and I’m a control freak

At the risk of sounding like I am at an ‘Annonymous’ meeting of some sort, I do have an announcement – My name is Kelly and I am a control freak! As the owner and founder of aspire cambridge I have always believed that if you want something done right you have to do it yourself. While this has worked in some ways, in other ways it has definitely not helped me or the business grow...

15/12/2017Read in full

Chris Grayling, Andrew Jones, Robert Mair at the launch

Improving infrastructure delivery will boost productivity, says Government

The Government’s pledge to tackle productivity issues in the construction sector has been launched at the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

14/12/2017Read in full

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