Charities face continual risks in safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and the prevention of harassment of staff and volunteers. What’s the best approach to such challenging issues?
2019 Accelerate State of DevOps Report, just published, highlights that DevOps is enabling continued high performance and technology transformation.
TIME Magazine has announced its second annual list of the ‘World’s Greatest Places’ for 2019 and has honoured University Arms, Cambridge by naming it as one of their recommended places to stay.
Speechmatics, the Cambridge-based leaders in Machine Learning and Automatic Speech Recognition, announces Advanced Punctuation, the first heavyweight, scaled-up punctuation model on the market for use in transcription.
The first detailed map of individual malaria parasite behaviour across each stage of its complicated life cycle has been created by scientists. Researchers at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and their collaborators used advanced single-cell technology to isolate individual parasites and measure their gene activity.
People will be able to have their say on transport projects that will transform journeys across Greater Cambridge this autumn.
A new, free online course aimed at 16-19 year olds across Europe aims to inspire young people to study science so they can help to create food of the future.
While Christopher Marlowe famously invites readers to “Come live with me and by my love”, Open Cambridge invites you to ‘Come listen to me and be enthralled’ at the Marlowe and modern poetry at twilight event on Friday 13 September.
New forms of packaging and plastic made from plants, wood chippings and food waste could be a step closer, thanks to new business and government investment.
On 1 September, leading neurologist Professor Paul Matthews will start his tenure as the new Chair of the Neurosciences and Mental Health Board.
Residents of South Cambridgeshire and Cambridge are being reminded that bin collections will be one day later than usual next week, following the bank holiday weekend.
Giving a designer feedback is a tricky task - when you first get back your drafted design be it a logo or new website, it might not be quite what you envisaged.
So now you need to give good constructive feedback, because after all, you still want to have a good working relationship and you still ideally want them to remain creative with...
St Mary’s girls, Cambridge proved today that #yesshecan - this year has seen our girls equal last year’s best-ever performance at A* at GCSE with 40% of grades being awarded at A* or equivalent.
Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough James Palmer has welcomed news that the Combined Authority’s bids to dual the A10 between Cambridge and Ely and to build a new road junction to facilitate the new University of Peterborough, have been submitted to Government.
Michelle Dowse, Deputy Principal of Cambridge Regional College, said: “It’s been great to celebrate the successes of so many young people at Cambridge Regional College today as they get their GCSE results.
Sébastien Long, an Executive MBA graduate (EMBA 2016) of Cambridge Judge Business School, launches lodging business Lodgeur, focusing on interior design.
There is just a week to go until a Waterbeach athlete flies the flag for Great Britain at the Triathlon World Championships in Switzerland.
Two of the country's biggest water companies invite you to be part of Innovate East from 10-12 September.
M7 Real Estate has appointed law firm Birketts as legal adviser in respect of all of its in-house managed funds, comprising over 100 industrial, office and retail assets across the UK. Birketts has been appointed in respect of all fund disposals, acquisitions, leasing events and asset management.
Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge and chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on data analytics has backed calls made by prominent footballers such as Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford and Phil Neville for social media companies to crack down on anonymous trolls, following racist abuse of Paul Pogba online.