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  Magma erupting at the Holuhraun lava field in August 2014  Credit: Bob White

The molten rock that feeds volcanoes can be stored in the Earth’s crust for as long as a thousand years, a result which may help with volcanic hazard management and better forecasting of when...

22-07-2019
Professor Dame Ann Dowling awarded Royal Medal

Dame Ann Dowling, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Cambridge, is to receive the Royal Medal from the Royal Society.

22-07-2019

It's good to be modest, right? No, not always, not when you're trying to win customers or investment...

21-07-2019
Darktrace logo

Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber defence, has today announced that the company has opened a new office in Osaka to meet unprecedented demand for its autonomous cyber AI...

19-07-2019
Helen Drayton

Top 50 law firm Penningtons Manches, which has an office in Cambridge, has extended its international reach by merging with Thomas Cooper, a specialist firm with offices in London, Paris, Madrid,...

19-07-2019
(left to right): back - Matthew Gowen, Andrew Tubb, Alex Schaafsma and Jeremy Stanton - front: Bernadette Baker and Alexandra Nelson.

Birketts, the premier East of England law firm, has announced the appointment of eight new Partners, taking the...

19-07-2019
Optibrium team

A Cambridge-based pharmaceutical software company has won two new contracts in China and Japan after...

19-07-2019

The Cambridge Building Society launches a Retirement Interest Only mortgage, the first time that these later-life lending mortgages have been included in its product portfolio.

19-07-2019

New research has discovered that cigarette butts – the most common form of litter on the planet – significantly reduce plant growth....

19-07-2019
p53 mutant cell expansion in mouse oseophageal tissue (mutant cells in red and green). Image credit: Wellcome Sanger Institute

Low doses of radiation equivalent to three CT scans, which are considered safe, give cancer-capable cells a competitive advantage over normal cells in healthy tissue, scientists have discovered....

19-07-2019
chalk drawing of a head with brain highlighted

Seven organisations across Cambridgeshire, including Arts & Minds and Blue Smile (who are tenants at Allia’s Future Business Centre in Central Cambridge), have joined forces to form a new...

19-07-2019
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Logical Glue is an innovative company leading the way globally in Explainable AI. Lighthouse Advisory Partners is delighted to have advised the Logical Glue team and matched them up with Temenos...

19-07-2019

There are less than three weeks left to shape plans for new walking, cycling and equestrian routes to provide quality links between Cambridge and villages to the south of the city.

19-07-2019
 (L to R) Air Vice Marshal Cooper, Alistair McPhee and Major General Masiello

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group today hosted the official signing of a contract between the US and UK for a C-130J aircraft that will become the replacement to the iconic Fat Albert for the...

19-07-2019

Mogrify Ltd, a company aiming to transform the future development of cell therapies, announced it will host a careers day at the Bio-Innovation Centre, 25 Cambridge Science Park on Friday...

18-07-2019
Prior exhibits at the Cambridge Museum of Technology

Prior Scientific is exhibiting at the Cambridge Museum of Technology, which has just reopened after a major refurbishment supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The temporary exhibition...

18-07-2019

Cutting corners with contracts holds as much risk as staffing your business with no contracts at all. Here's how to be confident that the template you used is up-to-date and relevant to your...

18-07-2019

New Advertising Standard Authority (ASA) rules may not be enough to prevent more subtle manifestations of gender stereotypes in...

18-07-2019
a bank of robots

Artificial intelligence (AI) has recently become a buzzword in the media, but what exactly do we know about it and how will it affect our future?

18-07-2019

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