News

Search for News

  1. 1
  2. ...
  3. 86
  4. 87
  5. 88
  6. 89
  7. 90
  8. 91
  9. 92
  10. 93
  11. 94
  12. 95
  13. 96
Tony Bambridge and Mark Suthern

Agriculture is gearing up for the ‘fourth industrial revolution’

The Bank of England’s chief economist recently predicted that up to 50% of all jobs could be lost to robots and artificial intelligence (AI) in the next four decades. However, current technology needs considerable investment before it can address the labour shortage in agriculture. This and other priorities for agri-tech are to be debated by leading agrifood producers, technologists and academics at Agri-Tech East's REAP Conference 2018 on 7 November.

30/08/2018Read in full

Andy in Peru with daughter, Jasmine

Andy’s adventures in Peru help lifesavers

A former patient who embarked on a series of fundraising challenges with his family after recovering from a brain haemorrhage has returned to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, to thank the neurosurgeon who saved his life.

30/08/2018Read in full

stem cell-derived liver cells (orange)/H Rashidi 2018

Liver tissue implants made from stem cells show promising support of liver function

Stem cells transformed into 3D human liver tissue by scientists from the Medical Research Council (MRC) Centre for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Edinburgh show promising support of liver function when implanted into mice with a liver disease.

30/08/2018Read in full

Ian Reinemann

Apprentice engineer passes with distinction

Prototype Projects' apprentice, Ian Reinemann, has passed his BTEC Level 4 HNC Diploma in Mechanical Engineering with Distinction.

30/08/2018Read in full

Interested in trading with India?

Commercial officers from India are visiting the Department for International Trade in the UK in September/ October.

30/08/2018Read in full

Cambridge Startup Help supports Cambridge Electric Transport to achieve e-bike target

Cambridge Electric Transport has succeeded in achieving its target of over 50 users using its e-bikes in the Cambridge Science Park pilot through an integrated marketing campaign organised by Cambridge Startup Help.

30/08/2018Read in full

Flexera launches support for Microsoft’s MSIX

Flexera, the company that’s reimagining how software is bought, sold, managed and secured, has released new support for Microsoft’s MSIX, a single application packaging format for all Windows platforms.

30/08/2018Read in full

open plan house interior with living, cooking and dining space

Sound recognition critical to half of ‘top smart home use cases’

Analyst firm Parks Associates has published a market review of the trends, opportunities and challenges facing the smart home and connected entertainment industries.

29/08/2018Read in full

Chamber conference tackles gender inequality in the workplace

The Business Women’s Sector of Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce is holding an important conference which will explore the issue of gender inequality at work and create a strategy to tackle this high profile issue.

29/08/2018Read in full

How in-car GPS audio could make driving safer

Research suggests that driving could be made safer if car users are provided with audio information about the road that matches the roadside signs.

29/08/2018Read in full

bicycles

Announcing the Cambridge Festival of Cycling!

Camcycle is thrilled to announce the 2018 Cambridge Festival of Cycling, which will run throughout the month of September, with over 20 diverse events to appeal to all types of people interested in cycling.

29/08/2018Read in full

Alex Smith and colleague Liza Salazar

CPL editor makes national awards shortlist

Alex Smith, editor of leading membership magazine CIBSE Journal, has been shortlisted in this years’ national Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC) awards.

29/08/2018Read in full

mock-up of new arrivals terminal at night

Stansted unveils striking new images of arrivals terminal

Striking new images of how London Stansted’s planned new Arrivals Terminal will look when it opens in 2020 have been unveiled.

29/08/2018Read in full

Paul Schofield, practice senior partner, Deloitte Cambridge.

Deloitte revenue grows 5.9% to £3,580m

Deloitte has increased its revenue [1] by 5.9% in the financial year ended 31 May 2018, from £3,380m to £3,580m, marking the eighth consecutive year of revenue growth.

29/08/2018Read in full

Magna and Rohinni form JV  for lighting solutions

Magna and Rohinni form JV to bring game-changing lighting to mobility

With distinctive, high-performance lighting becoming a "must-have" for automakers and other mobility companies, Magna Electronics and Rohinni LLC have formed a joint venture to produce ultra-thin micro LED lighting solutions that are brighter, lighter and more energy-efficient than alternative technologies, including OLED.

29/08/2018Read in full

algorithms and work

New research looks at algorithms and work

The implications of learning algorithms in the workplace pose difficult issues of control and morality. Dr Stella Pachidi of Cambridge Judge Business School discusses these dilemmas in a new research paper.

29/08/2018Read in full

Flexera and KPMG expand alliance to keep open source software clean and safe

KPMG adopts Flexera’s FlexNet Code Insight to identify open source licence compliance and security risks.

29/08/2018Read in full

KISS mood board

Mood boards: a picture tells 1,000 words

Pictures work in advertising and communication. Humans respond emotionally to images. From the earliest cave drawings to political cartoons to today’s memes, it’s clear images communicate in a different way to words.

29/08/2018Read in full

two men shaking hands in front of a bicycle

Addenbrooke's Hospital makes electric bikes available for staff meetings

Addenbrooke’s Hospital (Cambridge University Hospital NHS Trust) has launched its Addenbrooke’s electric bikes scheme for meetings. It will be makig available Cambridge Electric Transport e-bikes available for staff for meetings, enabling the trust to save money and become more sustainable.

29/08/2018Read in full

iron azobenzene teracarbolic 26-3725 CAS1771755-22-6

New metal organic frameworks offer new low-cost gas management solutions available in the UK

Strem Inc has a new agreement with framergy Inc., producers and suppliers of the highest quality coordination polymers such as metal organic frameworks (MOFs) for the Oil & Gas sector, and other inventive uses. These materials have incredible and unparalleled molecular storage capacity, making this technology an ideal energy source as they have extraordinary stability in harsh conditions.

28/08/2018Read in full

  1. 1
  2. ...
  3. 86
  4. 87
  5. 88
  6. 89
  7. 90
  8. 91
  9. 92
  10. 93
  11. 94
  12. 95
  13. 96