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Today Historic England is asking people in Cambridgeshire “what do you love about your local high street?” as the first part of a national conversation on the future of our high...

 Award joy - Sarah Throssell (second from the left), EACH Head of Central Operations, with representatives from the retail team, Naomi Munro, Chloe Williams, Katie Farrow and Brigitte Youngs.

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is celebrating after winning a coveted charity award. The charity, which supports families and cares for children and young people with life-threatening...

Specialist trainee in gastroenterology at CUH, Dr Nuru Noor

An Addenbrooke’s Hospital doctor has won a prestigious award from the Royal College of Physicians for his work in gastroenterology and clinical trials.

Life Science Brand Graphic Design Sable and Hawkes Cambridge

Sartorius is a global pharmaceutical and laboratory equipment supplier. SableandHawkes has been working as a lead graphic design supplier with the firm's communication teams in the UK, Europe and...

Professor Stephen J Toope

Today Professor Stephen J Toope notified the University Council of his decision to complete his term as the University of Cambridge’s Vice-Chancellor at the end of September 2022, after five years...

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Controlled environment specialists  Guardtech Cleanrooms are excited to share innovations that helped the fight against COVID-19.

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What's the best drink to help you when you're giving a talk, or presenting? The answer may come as a surprise, writes Simon Hall...

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Developer Hill Group has scooped a prestigious 2021 Housing Design Award for its unique scheme, Knights Park in Cambridge. 

Colour Run

Are you looking for a really fun CSR opportunity and could you/your team be available on Thursday 4th November? Living Sport is hosting a Colour Run for 600 school children from across...

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Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge along with 20 other hospitals from across the world and healthcare technology leader, NVIDIA, have used artificial intelligence (AI) to predict COVID-19...

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Dark energy, the mysterious force that causes the universe to accelerate, may have been responsible for unexpected results from the XENON1T experiment, deep below Italy’s Apennine Mountains.

Left to right: Dr Tom Williamson, Dr Esther Norton, Dr Lucy Jones and Jamie Jones

ARU Peterborough has made four senior appointments as preparations step up ahead of welcoming the university’s first students in September 2022.

Aerotron Composites

Member of the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority Business Board Al Kingsley took a tour of recently relocated aerospace parts manufacturer Aerotron Composites’ new Chatteris...

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The Cheffins property auction this week at the firm’s salerooms in Cambridge saw renovation projects and amenity land far exceed expectations as the market continues to seek out opportunities.

Kenn Martin

A Cambridge company is saying farewell and thank you to one of its longest-serving members of staff who is retiring after 40 years.

António Parada, CEO of FairJourney Biologics

Porto, Portugal –FairJourney Biologics SA, leader in the discovery and optimisation of antibodies, today announced, after the overwhelming success of the 2021 ANTIBODY SERIES...

 Dr Alisa Molotova

Marshall has announced the appointment of Dr Alisa Molotova to lead Business Development and Innovation within its newly formed Futureworx business.

Paul from Zimbabwe after cataract surgery that restored his sight and independence. Thanks to the generous response to the Light up Lives appeal, thousands more people like Paul will receive sight-saving treatments. © CBM/Charmaine Chitate

Charity CBM, based in central Cambridge, has raised £2.3 million for its Light up Lives appeal to prevent blindness and restore sight in the world’s poorest places.

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The new Preschool at St Mary’s School in Cambridge has opened its doors, extending the independent school’s offering to girls aged as young as three for the very first time in its 123 year history...

Marshall apprentices

Marshall Centre is doing its part to fill the aircraft maintenance skills gap by welcoming its 101st cohort of apprentices.