News

Search for News

  1. 1
  2. ...
  3. 81
  4. 82
  5. 83
  6. 84
  7. 85
  8. 86
  9. 87
  10. 88
  11. 89
  12. 90
  13. ...
  14. 95
woman underneath an umbrella

Cambridge tops post-Brexit economic league table, says new report

Cambridge is expected to have the fastest-growing city economy in the UK in the three months following the scheduled date for leaving the EU, says a new report.

12/11/2018Read in full

woman and young boy holding christingles

Help to make sure vulnerable children are not alone this Christmas

Churches across Cambridgeshire are inviting the local community to come together and celebrate Christingle’s 50th anniversary to support The Children’s Society and show vulnerable children they are not alone this Christmas.

12/11/2018Read in full

Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme logo

Businesses urged to claim £2500 voucher for broadband boost

Businesses around the UK are being urged to make use of a £2500 voucher for gigabit broadband speeds before the scheme closes due to high demand.

12/11/2018Read in full

Sookio named among Cambridge’s 130 most influential businesses

Sookio named among Cambridge’s 130 most influential businesses

Sookio has been named as one of Cambridge’s most influential businesses.

12/11/2018Read in full

Overhead shot of people round a table with the sennheiser logo

Bridge Fibre partners with Sennheiser

Bridge Fibre is proud to announce that it is now an authorised partner with Sennheiser, a leading provider of premium headset and conferencing solutions.

12/11/2018Read in full

bus passengers

First bus service runs after funding boost saves it for villagers

The first bus service has run from Papworth to Cambridge since it was saved, thanks to a £10,000 grant from South Cambridgeshire District Council and the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.

12/11/2018Read in full

Ellington War memorial  ©War Memorials Trust

War memorials listed in project to commemorate First World War Centenary

Historic England has completed a project to list 2,500 memorials across the country to commemorate the centenary of the First World War; 516 of these are in the East of England.

12/11/2018Read in full

Crown Bioscience expands cardiovascular & metabolic disease research capability

Crown Bioscience, a global drug discovery and development services company providing translational platforms to advance oncology, inflammation, cardiovascular and metabolic disease research, announced the expansion of its New Iberia, Louisiana research facilities to support novel capabilities including non-GLP clinical chemistry, biomarker services and proprietary early stage preclinical models.

12/11/2018Read in full

large letters spelling law resting on a book

Employment tribunal cases on the rise

Did you know that employment tribunal claims increased 90%* last year, fuelled by the abolishment of tribunal fees for employees bringing claims?

12/11/2018Read in full

Teaching, speeching, and a wonderful whisper

What's the secret of really getting your message across in a talk or presentation? Not confusing teaching with speeching, says Cambridge based Communications Consultant, Simon Hall...

12/11/2018Read in full

KEEP+ and ERDF logo in Lockup

KEEP+ grants available to SMEs developing new products and services

KEEP+ has ERDF match funding available to SMEs for knowledge exchange, internships and now standalone high/low value grants for equipment and 3rd party consultancy services.

12/11/2018Read in full

Smiling computer education teacher

Raspberry Pi helps set up a new National Centre for Computing Education

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is part of a consortium that has secured over £78 million in government funding to make sure every child in every school in England has access to a world-leading computing education.

12/11/2018Read in full

Roem tip time logo

Tame your computer - Go to it

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 describes a quick way to view frequently used folder content (Microsoft Outlook)...

12/11/2018Read in full

Insects are unpopular choice for alternative grub

Despite years of TV exposure courtesy of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here, research shows that the British public are yet to acquire an appetite for edible insects.

12/11/2018Read in full

Crown Bioscience showcases scientific expertise at the EORTC-NCI-AACR

Crown Bioscience releases new model data, including Prostate Cancer PDX and humanised target models for the evaluation of combination human checkpoint inhibitors.

12/11/2018Read in full

XJTAG announces v3.8 at Electronica 2018 for smarter and faster test development

XJTAG announces v3.8 at Electronica 2018 for smarter and faster test development

XJTAG announces significant updates with XJTAG v3.8. This latest version of the boundary scan system offers smarter debugging, a smoother programming experience, and better test coverage analysis.

12/11/2018Read in full

 Fast car driving on dusty road at sunset

GlobalTravelWallet enables digital payments on the go

A digital alternative to cash – that’s the idea behind GlobalTravelWallet, a startup that is supported by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme, part of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School.

12/11/2018Read in full

Russian Film Week takes place in Cambridge

Russian Film Week takes place in Cambridge

The third annual Russian Film Week in Cambridge takes place on 26th, 28th 30th November and 1st December 2018, organised by the Cambridge Russian-Speaking Society with the support of Russian Film Week and, this year, with Cambridge Arts Picturehouse.

12/11/2018Read in full

EACH building lit in EACH colours

Light Up EACH Life this December to support local families

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is launching a new campaign this festive season with the help of a local family they care for.

12/11/2018Read in full

Pink cake with candles

Bakery wins appeal against ‘gay cake’ discrimination claim

A ruling by the Supreme Court has seen a Belfast bakery win their appeal against claims that their refusal to print a message supporting gay marriage on a cake was unlawful.

12/11/2018Read in full

  1. 1
  2. ...
  3. 81
  4. 82
  5. 83
  6. 84
  7. 85
  8. 86
  9. 87
  10. 88
  11. 89
  12. 90
  13. ...
  14. 95