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Research from The Cambridge reveals the nation’s savings habits

Having been trusted with members' savings for nearly 170 years, The Cambridge Building Society’s latest research reveals some interesting findings about how and why Brits save money.

01/02/2019Read in full

Combined Authority reveals plan for the year ahead

An important milestone has been reached as the 12 key projects that will be the focus of activity throughout 2019/20 at the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority were agreed.

31/01/2019Read in full

Laura Lawrence appointed Head of Operations at Cambridge Healthcare Research

Cambridge Healthcare Research (CHR) has expanded its operations team with the appointment of Laura Lawrence as head of operations.

31/01/2019Read in full

New facility in Singapore

Cambridge Consultants opens new facility in Singapore

Cambridge Consultants' new regional HQ for Asia reflects business growth and commitment to Singapore as an innovation hub. This new innovation and engineering facility triples the company’s capacity in Singapore.

31/01/2019Read in full

Construction Industry to be transformed through digital technology

The construction industry could be transformed using 3D printed concrete, teams of robots to manufacture and assemble buildings, and off-site manufacturing thanks to £18 million in new Government funding from the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF).

31/01/2019Read in full

retractable roof pergola with integrated lighting

Is your business looking to create an outdoor covered area?

Design, supply & installation of commercial canopies, car ports, awnings, verandas, pergolas, umbrellas, cycle shelters and much more...

31/01/2019Read in full

Eagle Genomics microbiome

Eagle Genomics closes $3.5m investment

Microbiome discovery platform company Eagle Genomics announces funding of $3.5M led by the Environmental Technologies Fund (ETF Partners), a European growth fund specialising in promoting sustainability through innovation.

31/01/2019Read in full

books and more books

Whitepapers, eBooks and guides: how to make long-form content that works

Whitepapers, eBooks, and downloadable guides are critical elements of your marketing toolkit. Find out how to make these weighty pieces of content win leads, sales, and all-round top results for your business.

31/01/2019Read in full

Cell-by-cell image of a tumour (shown in red)

New 3D imaging technique reveals how pancreatic cancers start

A new technique to study tissue samples in 3D has revealed that pancreatic cancers can start and grow in two distinct ways, solving a decades-old mystery of how tumours form.

31/01/2019Read in full

Caroline Ward Vine

Story written for uni course wins major award

An Anglia Ruskin University graduate has won the prestigious Costa Short Story Award for a piece that she wrote while studying for her Master’s course in Creative Writing.

31/01/2019Read in full

People on bikes

Self-employed? Thoughts following the Jess Varnish case against British Cycling and UK Sport

Elephants are hard to define, but (in a phrase often cited by lawyers) you know one when you see one. So it is with employment status, which is, ultimately, determined by an Employment Judge’s reading of the tea leaves. Edward Wheen of Hewitsons discusses the case.

31/01/2019Read in full

A studio at Cambridge TV

Improve your business videos: one day training with Cambridge TV

Join Cambridge TV for a one day practical course on Tuesday 13 February that will boost your business - and show you how to be more than just a "talking head". Participants leave with video material that is useful, tailored to the needs of their company and with content specific to their own organisation.

31/01/2019Read in full

Animal Health Trust website

Studio 24 launches new website for the Animal Health Trust charity

Studio 24 is delighted to announce the launch of a brand new website for the Animal Health Trust charity. Thanks to the pioneering work of the Animal Health Trust, horses, dogs and cats are living healthier and happier lives – in the UK and across the world.

31/01/2019Read in full

Ordnance Survey makes map toolkit for developers

Ordnance Survey (OS) releases OS Open Zoomstack, a free, customisable digital mapping toolkit that gives developers the ability to create quick, easy 2D and 3D maps for use in apps and websites and offline pages.

31/01/2019Read in full

Learn about inkjet technology at IMI Europe's Inkjet Summer School

IMI Europe's Inkjet Summer School takes place this year in the company's home city of Cambridge from 10-14 June 2019.

31/01/2019Read in full

Sarah Khan

Infographics – when pictures are worth more than a thousand words

One infographic speaks a thousand words. Account Director Sarah Khan explains the value of communication through infographics in her kdm blog.

30/01/2019Read in full

Computational chemistry news from Cresset January 2019

New software releases, discovery services news and registration open for User Group Meeting.

30/01/2019Read in full

The A-M of recruitment

HR Dept's blog this week is all about recruitment. Could your process do with a refresh in 2019? Part 1 of this #recruitment A-Z is a great place to start.

30/01/2019Read in full

DNA Double Helix.

Research sheds light on body clock and links to mental health and disease

A large-scale genomic analysis has revealed some of the inner workings of the body clock, shedding new light on how it links to mental health and disease.

30/01/2019Read in full

Genetically identical thale cress plants

'Noisy' gene atlas to help explain how plants survive environmental change

As parents of identical twins will tell you, they are never actually identical, even though they have the same genes. This is also true in the plant world. Now, new research by the University of Cambridge is helping to explain why ‘twin’ plants, with identical genes, grown in identical environments continue to display unique characteristics all of their own.

30/01/2019Read in full

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