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Digital government ‘manifesto’ is unveiled

A new blueprint for modernisation of public services outlined by Dr Mark Thompson of Cambridge Judge Business School aims to save £46 billion a year in order to hire one million frontline workers.

29/03/2018Read in full

Hay Festival, Wales, by Marsha Arnold

Cambridge celebrates 10th anniversary at Hay Festival

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Cambridge Series at the Hay Festival, with academics from across disciplines speaking about their research.

29/03/2018Read in full

Human Papilloma Virus

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) therapeutic vaccines - close to reality?

This month VacZine Analytics releases a new commercial analysis focused on Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) therapeutic vaccines. With efficacy signals observed in cervical neoplasias and established cancers, this approach may reinvigorate the concept of a "cancer" vaccine.

29/03/2018Read in full

Dr Michelle Jones

The impact of facing children on the battlefield

Research into how British soldiers are affected by encountering children in conflict zones has earned an Anglia Ruskin University academic a prestigious national award.

29/03/2018Read in full

Bar Hill bridge closures as part of A14 upgrade

Road users are reminded that essential work to start the redesign of the Bar Hill junction on the A14 in Cambridgeshire, which will require the full closure of the junction bridge over the A14 for a week, will start after Easter.

29/03/2018Read in full

Lauren Coote (L) and Katherine Hague

Young Hewitsons lawyers win top awards

Two young solicitors at law firm Hewitsons’ Cambridge office have each scooped a prestigious award for being the region’s best in their category.

29/03/2018Read in full

The Bradfield Centre

Bradfield Centre wins CFCI Award

The Bradfield Centre was announced as a joint winner of the Large Building Category at the 2018 Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry (CFCI) Design and Construction Awards.

29/03/2018Read in full

City Council elections on 3 May – register to vote by 17 April

Elections are taking place across the city on Thursday 3 May this year to elect councillors to 15 of the 42 seats on Cambridge City Council.

29/03/2018Read in full

Daniel Zeichner and pensioners at Downing Street

Cambridge MP and National Pensioners’ Convention celebrate 10 years of the Bus Pass

Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge, today visited Downing Street with members of the National Pensioners‘ Convention, to hand in giant birthday cards from pensioners showing their support for the National Concessionary Travel Scheme Bus Pass for pensioners.

28/03/2018Read in full

Do you measure multiple gases?

Cambridge Sensotec's Rapidox 7100 Multigas Analyser is a high-precision modular instrument with the ability to analyse up to six gases simultaneously. It has been designed for analysing, controlling and monitoring process gases.

28/03/2018Read in full

Are you a disability confident employer?

Seeing beyond disability to an untapped pool of talent

Is your organisation struggling to recruit? Can’t fill your job vacancies fast enough? Finding it hard to attract the perfect candidate?

28/03/2018Read in full

The 2.0 Breath Biopsy Discovery VOC Kit

Owlstone Medical launches Breath Biopsy Kits

Owlstone Medical, a diagnostics company developing a breathalyzer for disease, today announced the launch of its Breath Biopsy® Kits, based on the company’s proprietary Breath Biopsy platform. The new product range allows academic, clinical and pharmaceutical researchers to quickly discover and validate breath-based biomarkers in early detection and precision medicine research activities.

28/03/2018Read in full

Elective surgery restarted at Cambridge University Hospitals

Cambridge University Hospitals has restarted elective surgery, including cancer operations, as pressures on bed capacity eased slightly this morning.

28/03/2018Read in full

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Building the business of biodesign

A new Cambridge Consultants report reveals a five-year vision to drive the commercialisation and global impact of synthetic biology.

28/03/2018Read in full

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Computational chemistry news from Cresset March 2018

The latest computational chemistry news from Cresset.

28/03/2018Read in full

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Trickle of competition set to become a flood in the water market

GTC, the UK’s largest independent utility network provider to the new-build market, today hailed the imminent arrival of genuine competition in the provision of new water connections for housing developments in England and Wales.

28/03/2018Read in full

Dr Fernando Rodriguez

3D printing and additive manufacturing challenge conventional print workflows

Meteor Inkjet Ltd’s head of research, Fernando Rodriguez, will present some of the challenges faced by printer manufacturers in emerging inkjet applications and explore how these challenges affect the requirements for inkjet datapaths at the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin, 11 – 12th April 2018.

28/03/2018Read in full

Cambridge and Nanjing launch strategic collaboration

Cambridge and Nanjing launch strategic collaboration

Professor Stephen Toope, the University of Cambridge’s Vice-Chancellor, has signed an agreement to formalise a strategic partnership with the Nanjing Municipal Government.

28/03/2018Read in full

Film is shown to celebrate the life of Professor Stephen Hawking

On Thursday 5 April at 8pm, for one night only, Light Cinema Cambridge will screen The Theory of Everything in tribute to the late great Cambridge-based cosmologist Professor Stephen Hawking. All proceeds from this special event will be donated to the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA), Cambridgeshire Branch.

28/03/2018Read in full

Subterranean indoor rock and indie festival returns

Subterranean indoor rock and indie festival: back for a second year

Last year, the one-day rock and indie festival, Subterranean, was launched at Cambridge Corn Exchange. A huge success, with hundreds pouring through the venue doors for the 12-hour music marathon, the Festival returns this September.

28/03/2018Read in full

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