You are invited to participate in an online survey to share your experiences of how the Covid-19 ‘lockdown’ since 23 March is impacting on your research, and the likely impact if social distancing in the workplace is required in the months ahead.
The Near East was a crossroad for the ancient world’s greatest civilizations, and invasions over centuries caused enormous changes in cultures, religions and languages. However, a new study of the DNA of ancient skeletons spanning 4,000 years has revealed that most of these changes had no lasting effect on the genetics of the local population...
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) invites applications for individuals from any discipline wishing to spend up to 36 months (full or part time) on secondment in the biomedical sciences sector.
“Cambridge’s infectious diseases community is making a huge contribution to tackling the pandemic,” says Professor James Wood. He leads several large-scale programmes at the University that rely on his research expertise: infectious diseases that jump from animals to humans. This is, he says, a research area that was ‘colossally neglected’...
The coronavirus crisis is taking no prisoners as it decimates large swathes of the economy.
Children at a loose end this afternoon? Join the #LOCKJAM half term school disco - your kids have great (virtual) fun and you help raise money for freelance musicians and sound crews out of work due to Covid-19.
BroadbandUK's updated Broadband Speed Test records very high value speed tests.
Darktrace, the world’s leading Cyber AI company, announced that Evolution Metals Corp. (EMC), an environmentally-responsible mining and refining company, has selected Darktrace to protect its critical minerals supply chain from email attacks.
The East of England recorded a 11% increase in FDI projects in 2019, from 36 to 40 in the last 12 months, according to the EY 2020 UK Attractiveness Survey which launched today.
Professor Andrew Fabian from Cambridge's Institute of Astronomy has been awarded the 2020 Kavli Prize in Astrophysics, one of the world's most prestigious science prizes.
Millions of the world’s poorest children are leaving school without mastering even basic levels of reading or maths because of an overlooked pattern of widespread, wealth-based inequalities in their countries’ education systems, new research suggests.
A social enterprise which brings together artisan and small food producers from around the UK into a central website has won Anglia Ruskin University’s Big Pitch 2020 competition.
Team Consulting's Cara Cooper takes a look at the medical devices that aren't designed to blend in...
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill was published and had its first reading in Parliament on 20 May 2020. Saffa Mir of Hewitsons talks about the implications for charities.
Two major infrastructure schemes that will transform sustainable travel for thousands of people across the region will be considered by the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s (GCP) Executive Board next month.
The Greater Cambridge Partnership has revealed how it will support efforts to make it safer for people to cycle and walk around Greater Cambridge during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Cambridge Innovation Summit 2020, organised by the city-based Centre for Business Innovation (CfBI), goes online this year, with the headline theme of Artificial Intelligence.
Law firm Hewitsons has promoted three high-flying lawyers from its private wealth team, based in Cambridge.
The Cambridge Index jumped 1812 points or 8.6% to close at 22773.8, as eight of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.
The thousands of people who took part in a recent consultation on the future of Greater Cambridge are being thanked by councils – as a report published on Friday (22 May) sets out that the consultation ‘reached more residents than ever’.