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Compute Express Link (CXL) is a new high-speed CPU interconnect interface to accelerators and memory expansion. Arm joins forces in CXL with industry leaders Alibaba, Facebook, Google and...

Magpie by Louise Tiplady and   Adder by Geoff Aldred

A new exhibition, 'The Lost Words - forget-me-not', which opens in Cambridge soon, shows artworks created by letter carvers featuring words from nature that have been deleted from the...

 Jean-David Malo of the European Commission who is the Director (Directorate-General for Research and Innovation) of the European Innovation Council Task Force

The TWI Hellas Innovation Summit – a one-day conference for European SMEs and research and technology organisations (RTOs) seeking technology partners – is taking place on 7 November 2019 at the...

Madingley Hall (please) University Tutor (smiley)

What can hitch-hiking tell you about the importance of warmth in your communications? Rather a lot, as it turns out...

Bridge the Gap Walk is this Sunday 13 September

Online registration for this Sunday’s Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and Romsey Mill's, 'Bridge the Gap' Walk is open until 1pm today (Friday 13 September).  You can also sign up on the day, although...

Zubin Kanga is a leading experimental pianist

Classical music lovers are often stereotyped as older people who already know their Brahms from their Beethoven. But this year’s Cambridge Music Festival aims to reach a very different type of...

MRC translational research banner

A new report has found that MRC funding schemes for translational research have boosted the UK’s life sciences industry since they were introduced in 2008. Over £530 million of new translational...

illustration of a tooth

This month VacZine Analytics, a UK-based strategic research publisher exclusively focused on vaccines and infectious diseases, releases a brand-new commercial assessment of Porphyromonas...


The Eastern Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) is running an event in Peterborough on Monday 30 September entitled ’How the NHS evaluates and purchases digital solutions’’.

car on an open road

While electric vehicles are becoming cheaper, sustainable fuels could also play an important role in reducing transport emissions in order to meet climate-change goals, says a new study by VTT...

beer in pint glass

The 47th edition of CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide features 4,500 of the best real ale pubs from across the United Kingdom. The entries from the Cambridge and district branch area...

  Stephanorhinus skull from Dmanisi  Credit: Mirian Kiladze, Georgian National Museum

An evolution revolution has begun after scientists extracted genetic information from a 1.7 million-year-old rhino tooth – the largest and oldest genetic data to ever be recorded.


Johnson Matthey (JM), a global leader in sustainable technologies, announces that it has been awarded the methanol plant licence for Methanex Corporation’s Geismar 3 plant in Louisiana, USA,...

Gareth Williams

UK-based engineering and design consultancy, Plextek, is launching a new defence business unit called Plextek DTS (Defence Technology Solutions), to help government agencies, defence suppliers and...


Cambridge-based Illuminate is one of 15 UK charities shortlisted to receive £50,000 in Ecclesiastical’s Movement for Good awards.

Penningtons Manches Cooper's Golden Triangle round table at Kettle's Yard.

The Cambridge office of top 50 law firm Penningtons Manches Cooper is delighted to announce the renewal of its sponsorship of Kettle’s Yard, the University of Cambridge’s world-class modern and...

Charity treasure hunt participants

The official conference and events bureau for Cambridge recently invited staff from its member venues to take part in a networking treasure hunt to brush up on their local knowledge – and raise...

Ioannis Skarlatakis appointed Engineering Manager

In his new position, Ioannis will head up a team of software, electronics and mechanical design engineers, and ensure streamlined procedures and a smooth co-operation between sales, purchasing and...

Exam Software - Speedwell eSystem

Speedwell has been supplying exam software to Royal Colleges and Medical Schools for over 30 years.