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Naturepac cup_ 2000 EarthCoat cups will be delivered to St Ives in Cornwall ahead of the summit

From St Ives (Cambridge) to St Ives (Cornwall), Naturepac’s eco-cup will ensure G7 coffee consumption is as sustainable as the agenda.

10-06-2021
Outside the new heartburn test facility (L-R): Dr James Morrow, Liz Chipchase, Mimi McCord and Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald, who has developed the Heartburn Sponge Test

A new ‘game-changing’ test, which might save lives by spotting the early warning signs for cancer, is being brought to the doorstep of people in the Cambridge area.

09-06-2021
John Deere 3050 tractor to be auctioned

A John Deere 3050 4wd will be auctioned at the Cheffins Cambridge Machinery Sale next week (Monday 14th June 2021), with all proceeds to be donated to Alzheimer's Research UK.

09-06-2021
  Artist’s impression of glowing halide perovskite nanocrystals  Credit: Ella Maru Studio

An international group of researchers has developed a new technique that could be used to make more efficient low-cost light-emitting materials that are flexible and can be printed using ink-jet...

09-06-2021
Mediterranean Beds at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Enter Cambridge University Botanic Garden's special photography competition with the International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY), running this summer and autumn.

09-06-2021

“The past year of upheaval has allowed us all to revaluate a lot of things. From our jobs, to our home lives and hobbies, to our work-life balance. And as a result, I’m seeing a real shift in the...

09-06-2021
Man sitting at laptop

Professional Indemnity insurance is traditionally a fickle beast, with clients never entirely sure what will be on the table at the time of uptake or renewal, says Barnes Commercial.

09-06-2021
Qualcomm's new solutions

Next-generation solutions deliver advanced Edge-AI performance, innovative power-efficiency, 5G connectivity capabilities and enhanced features for processing and security from entry level to...

09-06-2021
Xaar Nitrox printhead in use

The recent launch of the Xaar Nitrox printhead has been further underlined by the immediate availability of comprehensive software and electronics support, designed to minimise the time required...

09-06-2021

Men who suffer sensory loss, particularly hearing loss, are more likely to be physically inactive and obese than women, according to a new study published in the European Journal of Public Health...

09-06-2021
why you need to plan to deliver difficult messages - image of a bin with screwed up bits of paper next to it

Change is messy and uncomfortable. But if you’re a leader who has to deliver difficult messages in change, then good planning can really help. Here are four reasons why planning matters.

08-06-2021
Banner_ Six reasons to consider ceramic metal oxide moisture sensors

When it comes to trace moisture measurements in natural gas or petrochemical processes, there are lots of options. There have been many new developments in sensing technologies over the years, and...

08-06-2021
team talking around a table, looking at papers

The team at Horizon37 wants to talk to leaders throughout the scale-up ecosystem, and ask, what is the business impact of good or bad leadership on business outcomes? What does good leadership...

08-06-2021

If the roadmap out of lockdown stays on schedule, the “work from home” order for office workers expires on 21 June. With many office-based roles lending themselves to remote working though, to...

08-06-2021
Cambridge Index 7 June 21

The Cambridge Index climbed 327.47 points or 1.2% to close at 27594.3, as five of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.

08-06-2021

Dr Cathrine Jansson-Boyd, a Consumer Psychologist at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), has been awarded funding from the charity WRAP to help tackle food waste – an issue that costs UK households...

08-06-2021
Left to right: Suzy Howes (Suzy Howes & associates ltd.); Rose Padmore (Director, Opening Doors & Venues Ltd.);  Judith Sloane (Head of Meet Cambridge);  Madalina Marincas (Director, Opening Doors & Venues Ltd); and Gordon Padmore (Director, Opening Doors & Venues Ltd.)

The official venue-finding service for Cambridge and the surrounding area is expanding its support for clients and venues, with a specialist service focusing on delivering hybrid and virtual...

08-06-2021
The team at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology. Copyright: MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Cells, using a synthetic genome, can make polymers from artificial building blocks for the first time, and the bacteria are also resistant to viral infections.

08-06-2021
Magna’s Surface Element Lighting technology debuted on the 2021 VW ID.4.

Magna is pushing vehicle design possibilities with its new innovative...

08-06-2021
Image by PublicDomainPictures from Pixabay

In many industries, ranging from pharmaceuticals to energy companies, data-driven technologies are used to harness the world’s information to address different business challenges, be this in...

08-06-2021

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