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Creating the 5G network: apply for funding

Businesses can apply for a share of £1 million for international partnerships that will help develop 5G internet connectivity.

25/03/2019Read in full

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Latest Biomedical Catalyst investments will transform patient outcomes

Cutting edge projects have received £23 million of government funding under the Biomedical Catalyst, it has been announced.

25/03/2019Read in full

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STEM Exploration Grants available for UK schools

The STEM Clubs Programme is offering new STEM Exploration Grants, now available to all UK schools and colleges. The £250 grants have been created to help schools enrich student learning and enhance both enjoyment and participation in the STEM subjects via extra-curricular STEM Clubs.

25/03/2019Read in full

Join the UK Tech Mission to TNW in Amsterdam

Join the UK Tech Mission to TNW in Amsterdam

On 9 and 10 May the Department for International Trade (DIT) in The Netherlands is planning a mission to one of the key tech conferences in Europe; The Next Web (TNW) in Amsterdam

25/03/2019Read in full

Investors invited to discover the next big thing in life science and med-tech

Now in its 10th year, the one-day Babraham Investor Conference (BIC) will bring together like-minded investors focused on early-stage and scale-up life science and med-tech opportunities across the UK and Europe.

25/03/2019Read in full

IONTAS named Small Business of the Year at Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards 2019

IONTAS Limited, a leader in the discovery and optimisation of fully human antibodies, has won ‘Small Business of the Year’ category at the Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards 2019.

25/03/2019Read in full

IWM storage facility at Duxford

Underground home to unique war film collection comes up for auction

A purpose-built underground storage facility that is home to the Imperial War Museum’s unique film archive is coming up for auction next week.

25/03/2019Read in full

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Chilling debut novel receives warm reception

Anglia Ruskin Lecturer Dr Helen Marshall’s debut novel The Migration, which is set in a Britain ravaged by storms, flooding and a mysterious disease, will be officially launched in Cambridge on Tuesday, 2 April.

25/03/2019Read in full

The Meet Cambridge team

Cambridge chosen as showcase for international event organisers

Cambridge and the region have been selected as an outstanding destination for a visit by international event organisers looking for inspirational venues for their conferences and meetings.

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New entrepreneur visas open to boost UK economy

The UK Home Office has confirmed existing entrepreneur visas are to close and be replaced with new Start Up and Innovator Visas, in a bid to attract ambitious business owners with viable business ideas.

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Working with conflict in teams - participants sought for research

Level Seven is looking for teams who would be willing to participate in its research into 'Working with Conflict in Teams'.

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Bioelectronic medicine – a drug-free solution to chronic diseases

In 2018, bioelectronic medicine was named by the World Economic Forum as one of ten top technologies to change medical treatment. IDTechEx Research’s market intelligence report Bioelectronic Medicine 2019 – 2029 forecasts the market to reach $60 billion by the year 2029.

25/03/2019Read in full

Why Pure believes the East of England is a great place to progress your professional career

Pure recruitment consultants are sometimes asked for advice on the career progression opportunities available in our region in comparison to those in London.

25/03/2019Read in full

Don't bin your unwanted toys

Calling parents in the East of England - the Easter Toy Amnesty is here

This Easter, the British Heart Foundation (BHF) is coming to the rescue of parents nationwide, asking them to clear out all those pre-loved toys and help raise funds for vital heart research. Simply request a free pick up and BHF will do the rest!

25/03/2019Read in full

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Waterbeach world championship athlete auctions kit space to raise money for EACH

A Waterbeach athlete who will be flying the flag for Great Britain at the Triathlon World Championships in Switzerland later this year is asking businesses to bid for a place on his kit, with the money to go to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

25/03/2019Read in full

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Have you herd? World-class art trail is coming to Cambridge

A 10-week art trail is coming to Cambridge in Spring 2020. Local artists, businesses, schools, and community groups are all invited to become part of an udderly unique art event.

25/03/2019Read in full

Write soon

Emails are one of the banes of modern business life. Who isn't deluged with dozens daily? However! It might be dull, but keeping on top of your emails can reap rewards, writes Communications Consultant Simon Hall...

24/03/2019Read in full

Bread+Meat shop front in Bene't Street Cambridge

Love Cambridge Restaurant Week to launch in April

Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID) is organising the city’s first ever #LoveCambridgeRestaurantWeek

22/03/2019Read in full

Benjamin Falcon

MRC researcher receives the 2019 Alzheimer’s Research UK Rising Star Award

Benjamin Falcon, a postdoctoral researcher in Michel Goedert’s group in the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology's (LMB’s) Neurobiology Division, has been awarded the inaugural Alzheimer’s Research UK Rising Star Award in recognition of his significant contribution to biomedical dementia research as an early career researcher.

22/03/2019Read in full

The Hallsville Quarter development. Photo credit Simon Kennedy

Metropolitan awarded 25-year heat contract at Hallsville Quarter

Metropolitan has been awarded the contract to adopt and operate the district heat network serving three phases of the Hallsville Quarter development in Canning Town, London for 25 years.

22/03/2019Read in full

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