The University of Cambridge today announced that it will bring together its publishing and assessment operations to create a single organisation. Cambridge University Press and Cambridge Assessment publish and create world-leading content and examinations that are used across more than 170 countries.
Amid a much-feared second wave of coronavirus cases across the UK, the government has amended the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act to extend the suspension of statutory demands and winding up petitions until 31 December 2020. Originally due to expire on 30 September, this measure means that companies will benefit from additional...
Free CambWifi is now live in a number of village halls across Cambridgeshire - supporting community activities, helping people keep in touch, and improving rural connectivity.
Scientists from across the world participated in teams during three successive hackathons to develop digital environmental tools that can help track, understand and predict the effects of COVID-19 and help lead to a greener post-pandemic future.
Network Rail is developing plans for a new station in the vicinity of the Cambridge Biomedical Campus to improve connectivity in Cambridgeshire and beyond. The next round of public consultation is now open for six weeks to allow people to comment on the next stage of development for the new station.
Cambridge City Council is to receive two grants from the government’s Culture Recovery Fund, with a total value of £501,070.
EMBL signs MoU to fortify collaborative status with Centre d’Immunologie de Marseille-Luminy.
Humans are hard-wired to prefer experiences that end well, and the influence of previous experience declines the longer ago it happened. This means we can’t always trust that choices we make based on previous experience will serve our best interests in the future.
Hikma Pharmaceuticals PLC (Hikma or the Group), the multinational pharmaceutical company, and Arecor Limited, the biopharmaceutical company advancing today’s therapies to enable healthier lives, today announce they have entered into a new exclusive agreement to co-develop a ready-to-administer injectable medicine in the US through Hikma’s...
50/60 Station Road, Cambridge has been recognised as one of the best workplaces in the Midlands and Central England at the annual British Council for Offices' (BCO) regional awards.
Cambridge Network is on the lookout for companies and candidates to participate in the next of its popular recruitment webinars, taking place on Friday 20th November 2020.
Cambridge Design Partnership plays a key role in a pioneering product aimed at helping to better manage intra-operative hypotension and the associated complications that occur during surgery.
Hannah Simoes will be taking over from Richard Blackwell to lead the Cambridge Deloitte tax team as he retires next month. Hannah lives in North Cambridge and is an International Tax Partner with over 15 years’ experience working with corporate groups.
Options for a multi-million-pound transport scheme that could transform public transport, and walking and cycling journeys to the north of Cambridge have set out for public consultation.
Having been entrusted with a client's assets, how does a wealth manager go about managing their portfolio? Find out more about Kleinwort Hambros’ investment philosophy, taking a deep-dive into the key tenets of its VaMoS framework.
During the first three quarters of 2020, East of England listed businesses recorded an 86% increase in profit warnings, when compared to the same period last year, according to the latest EY quarterly analysis of UK profit warnings.
The Cambridge Index advanced 11.3 points or 0.1% to close at 24638.2, as six of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.
The incredible outpouring of creativity seen during the Covid-19 lockdown has been captured in a thought-provoking exhibition at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
A healthcare drone trial that could revolutionise the way the NHS transports samples is being tested at Broomfield Hospital in Essex.
In her regular series for Cambridge Network members - now in its 15th year - software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she describes how to stop receiving RSVPs from meeting requests (Microsoft Outlook).