News

Search for News

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. 10
  11. ...
  12. 105
Dr Lee de-Wit

How psychology swayed your Brexit vote

Learn the psychology of politics (and other fascinating topics) at the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education’s Open Day this Saturday (1 April) at Madingley Hall.

30/03/2017Read in full

UK and EU flags on a signpost

Opinion: The road to Brexit, or the UK’s journey into the unknown

The Prime Minister's triggering of Article 50 is merely the end of the beginning, argues Dr Julie Smith, Director of the European Centre in Cambridge University's Department of Politics and International Studies and a Liberal Democrat member of the House of Lords.

30/03/2017Read in full

woman using an ipad

Digital technology and health governance

Digital technology has the power to transform healthcare in developing countries, but only if it’s used properly, says a new study.

30/03/2017Read in full

mosquito® and Fragment Analyzer™ platforms

New alliance delivers high-throughput NGS library prep solutions

A partnership between TTP Labtech and Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. combines mosquito® and Fragment Analyzer™ platforms to reduce cost, maximise throughput and improve quality of NGS library preparation.

30/03/2017Read in full

Cambridge MP slams Government cuts to new medical treatments

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner this week used a Parliamentary debate to slam Government cuts which will limit access to new medicines for patients.

30/03/2017Read in full

Mike Carey

Q&A date with BAFTA-nominated screenwriter

Anglia Ruskin University’s new Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy is hosting a special public screening of the zombie horror film The Girl with All the Gifts next Tuesday (4 April).

30/03/2017Read in full

Deal or No Deal (Brexit Part 3)

So, the A50 starting gun has been fired. A shell has been launched into a landscape with very few ‘known knowns’ (a village), a plethora of ‘known unknowns’ (a town) and more open space of ‘unknown unknowns’ than one can shake a stick at (a veritable ocean). Dominic Hopkins of Hewitsons shares his views.

30/03/2017Read in full

The digital face of recruitment: 94% of recruiters vet candidates on LinkedIn before hiring

With over 467 million users around the world, LinkedIn continues to gather steam in the world of recruitment.

30/03/2017Read in full

Introduction to Downing College for new clients

Introduction to Downing College: new clients impressed by conference and events facilities

A special reception to showcase its conference and events facilities to new clients has recently been held at Downing College.

30/03/2017Read in full

IT Governance logo

IT Governance partners with Softwerx to deliver information security and data protection

IT Governance, the leading provider of information security and data protection solutions, is pleased to announce its partnership with Softwerx.

30/03/2017Read in full

two people in a performance review

Is capability enough?

Every employee that works for your business is expected to be capable of doing the job which you have employed them for; otherwise you wouldn’t have employed them.

30/03/2017Read in full

Cresset publishes March 2017 newsletter

The latest computational chemistry news from Cresset.

29/03/2017Read in full

Carly Wilson-Palmer

CTBO welcomes Carly as Operations Co-ordinator

Carly Wilson-Palmer joins CTBO as Operations Co-ordinator.

29/03/2017Read in full

EY instant reaction: Article 50

As Prime Minister Theresa May triggers the Article 50 process of leaving the EU today, Nick Gomer, EY’s office managing partner in Cambridge, comments: “There is little doubt that these will be some very complex negotiations, however with the right will on both sides, there is a way through.

29/03/2017Read in full

UAE Abu Dhabi Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

Money Mover Country Report - United Arab Emirates

The UAE is the second largest economy in the Middle East after Saudi Arabia and had a GDP of $570 billion in 2014. The UAE’s Free Trade Zones offer 100% foreign ownership and zero taxes and are highly attractive to foreign investors and international businesses, while its economic and political stability and modern infrastructure attracts both low and high skilled workers.

29/03/2017Read in full

China landscape

Money Mover Country Report - China

Five thousand years of continuous civilization gives a country certain bragging rights. Ancient Chinese inventions, philosophies and discoveries have shaped the world as we know it: the abacus, the compass, gun powder, silk, paper, porcelain, alcohol, paper money, Confucius… the influence of Chinese culture on modern society is incalculable.

29/03/2017Read in full

Money Mover Country Report - Japan

Money Mover Country Report - Japan

It’s a country that can set off an international gaming craze where people of all ages race through cities and countrysides looking for creatures based on Japanese mythology. In Japan, ancient traditions and modern technology can blend as harmoniously as matcha and water in a tea ceremony.

29/03/2017Read in full

Brandenburg Gate, Berlin

Money Mover Country Report - Germany

Dating from the Holy Roman Empire in the year 962, few countries have a history as complex - or conflicted - as Germany. Determined to overcome the legacy of WWII and drop the shackles of its past, Germany shifted its famous efficiency into overdrive and emerged from the rubble of the Berlin wall to become an economic powerhouse and a guiding force for political security in Europe.

29/03/2017Read in full

Money Mover Country Report - Italy

Since the official unification of Italy in 1861, the country has experienced a tumultuous period that saw a mass exodus of her people and the disastrous consequences of two World Wars. Yet over the past 60 years the country has reclaimed its status as a major social and cultural player in world affairs.

29/03/2017Read in full

Money Mover Country Report - France

In ancient times France was part of the Celtic territory of Gaul, becoming an independent country in the 9th Century. Since the 1600s, the country has played a major role in European and world events.

29/03/2017Read in full

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. 10
  11. ...
  12. 105

Newsletter signup

Jobsletter signup