This week Danielle Gibson of NW Brown Wealth Management looks at the British multinational telecommunications company, BT, following the recent release of its full year results.
Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital is the first and only hospital in East Anglia to offer Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted total and partial knee and total hip replacement procedures.
On Saturday June 15, Cambridge’s newest district, Eddington, is hosting a day of free activities, fun and learning - the Eddington Discovery Day.
Manufacturing output growth remained broadly steady in the three months to May, while stocks of finished goods were reported as significantly “above adequate”, at their highest balance since the financial crisis. That’s according to the latest monthly CBI Industrial Trends Survey.
Sepura partner in Australia - Radlink Communications – has secured a contract with Australia's largest rail freight operator Aurizon to deliver one of the country’s largest radio networks.
In September, eLife invites developers, designers, researchers and all open science enthusiasts to work together on open-source prototypes to make research more open, reproducible and user-friendly. Apply by June 2.
'Is the British Civil Servant an endangered species?' The Bennett/CSaP Distinguished Lecture will be delivered by Lord Richard Wilson at Emmanuel College tomorrow (Thursday 23rd May: 5.30 - 6.45pm), followed by a drinks reception.
The first ever Cambridge Pride event on Saturday 8 June in the city centre will open with the UK’s first Pride river parade. The event aims to break down barriers and celebrate the diversity of Cambridgeshire’s LGBT+ community.
An initiative that encourages LGBT teachers to strive for senior positions has received an extension of Government funding.
Mogrify Ltd, a UK company aiming to transform the future development of cell therapies, today announced that it has moved to the Bio-Innovation Centre at the Cambridge Science Park, following the appointment of 15 new staff to its scientific and management teams.
Partners, solicitors and other colleagues from Hewitsons cycled 125 miles over two days to raise money for a good cause, in the law firm’s third annual ‘Tour de Hewitsons’.
Coaching can help businesses of any size, and that sometimes includes tough love, Google executives tell an “Excellence in entrepreneurship” evening at Cambridge Judge Business School.
Anglia Ruskin University’s Sophie Burrows has won the V&A Student Illustrator of the Year Award for her artwork titled “Crushing”.
Graphene device developer Paragraf Ltd, based in Somersham, approached the Business Energy Efficiency (BEE) programme to determine how it could be more efficient and reduce energy related costs.
The annual MRC Festival of Medical Research takes place from 13–23 June 2019
Cambridge last week embraced the opportunities provided by Learning at Work and Workplace Health Week 2019.
The Cambridge Index advanced 249.6 points or 1% to close at 24976.9, as four of the top five Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.
A fleet of driverless cars working together to keep traffic moving smoothly can improve overall traffic flow by at least 35 percent, researchers have shown.
Cambridge based PROWLER.io, the leading artificial intelligence platform for decision-making, has raised US$24m from new and existing investors, valuing the company at US$100m.
AI powered simulation software makes transport planning faster and safer; already deployed with driverless vehicle operators and public authorities.