Following an exciting final, the winner of Agri-TechE’s GROW business plan competition has been announced as SilviBio, which is developing a ‘survival capsule’ that will improve the survival of tree seedlings by 40 per cent in drought conditions.
Charities offering a range of support to local residents through the Covid-19 pandemic, including mental health, domestic abuse and tackling social isolation are to benefit from a £50,000 donation by London Stansted Airport.
How the workplace has changed over the years, what we need to do to keep our workplaces safe and what the workplace of the future will look like - these are all topics raised and examined during a topical and fascinating webinar hosted by the Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry.
BroadbandUK has collaborated with the UK’s telecoms industry regulator Ofcom, largest infrastructure provider Openreach and major communication providers to launch the industry's first address-level broadband comparison website.
CfBI launches an open call for tech start-ups looking to engage with a corporate audience.
A drive-through coronavirus testing facility is to open at the Milton Park & Ride in Cambridge, as part of the Government’s UK-wide drive to increase testing.
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is joining the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to boost its support for research investigating the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health, by seeking to fund new research on the topic and offering priority delivery support for mental health research.
Local councils are urging community groups to apply now for up to £20,000 to fund projects supporting children and young people’s wellbeing and access to education.
AI assisted COVID-19 diagnostic and prognostic tool could improve resource allocation and patient outcomes.
Before the COVID-19 outbreak, Sarah Caddy was conducting research on a number of different viruses. “I was looking at how antibodies can neutralise rotavirus and influenza, to help develop better vaccine candidates,” she says, “so it wasn’t a huge leap to extend my research to include coronavirus.”
Latest Metnet 60G CPE enhances mmWave Fixed Wireless Access solution, enabling rapid delivery of Gigabit fibre extension to residential and enterprise customers.
This month VacZine Analytics, a UK-based strategic research publisher exclusively focused on vaccines and infectious diseases, releases an updated global demand analysis for norovirus vaccines.
South Cambridgeshire residents are being urged to ensure they follow social distancing rules when meeting friends outdoors – and take their litter home.
Illustrator and Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) graduate Kate Milner will discuss her award-winning picture book, My Name Is Not Refugee, during a free online talk as ARU marks Refugee Week (15-21 June).
Researchers say faster tests helped expedite access to life-saving treatments such as organ transplants – and might make all the difference later this year.
Take extra care before buying face masks or testing kits online, or responding to texts apparently sent to you by the UK government or the NHS. Because while lockdown has helped reduce the spread of the coronavirus, it is also helping fuel a rise in cybercrime.
Riverlane announces its latest collaboration with world leading fragment-based drug discovery company Astex, to demonstrate the future potential of quantum chemistry.
The Austrian Air Force has awarded a multi-million-pound contract to Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group (Marshall ADG) to update the navigation systems on its fleet of three C 130K aircraft.
Fewer opportunities for serendipity – chance encounters leading to unexpected ideas and relationships – may be one tragic outcome of the Covid-19 pandemic, says Dr David Cleevely, serial entrepreneur, co-founder of Cambridge Network and a leading business figure in the region for many years.