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Howes Percival has been named one of the top 200 law firms in England and Wales in ...

26-11-2021
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As part of its ongoing environmental strategy, Howes Percival has joined the Legal Sustainability Alliance (LSA).

26-11-2021
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The Møller Institute at Churchill College, University of Cambridge is delighted to once again be working with the British Council on 9ts Future Leaders Connect programme.

26-11-2021

This week the Combined Authority board approved both its new draft sustainable growth ambition for feedback and its draft medium term financial plan (MTFP) for 2022/23 to 2025/26 for consultation...

26-11-2021
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Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) last night received The Queen’s Anniversary Prize for its world-leading music therapy work – and in particular its research with people living with dementia, and...

26-11-2021

Critically ill patients who need to be cared for at different hospitals throughout the east of England are to benefit from a new specialist transfer service this winter.

25-11-2021
  Visualisation of droplets from a cough  Credit: Pedro de Oliveira

A new study has shown that the airborne transmission of COVID-19 is highly random and suggests that the two-metre rule was a number chosen from a risk ‘continuum’, rather than any concrete...

25-11-2021
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New mathematical model could help in physical therapy and shed light on learning more generally.

25-11-2021

Ely walked away with thousands of pounds in development money yesterday (Weds) when members of the Combined Authority Board approved three East Cambridgeshire District Council project proposals...

25-11-2021
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Organisations can address gender diversity issues by allocating office ‘glamour’ and office ‘housework’ more evenly to men and women, a seminar is told at Cambridge Judge Business School in honour...

25-11-2021

A major review of perceptions of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) has revealed mixed opinions that vary across career stage and disciplines.

25-11-2021
Creatures released onto Steam

The classic CREATURES series of PC games – originally developed by Cambridge, UK based Creature Labs – has finally been OS updated, historic bugs fixed and on December 6th will...

25-11-2021
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Darktrace, a global leader in cyber security AI, has today announced that Power International Holding (PIH), the Qatari business conglomerate assisting with providing infrastructure for the 2022...

25-11-2021
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There are some clear trends emerging and you may hear a lot of hype around digital work space, says Breathe Technology.

25-11-2021

Lots of time is spent by leaders, executives and hiring managers on interviewing. It pays to prepare beforehand.

25-11-2021
The Works, Unity Campus, owned by Howard Group

Cambridge-based property investor and developer Howard Group has announced the appointment of Niall Southwell to the new role of Project Director – Development.

24-11-2021
Neonatal incubator developed by mOm and eg technology achieves first clinical use in UK - special thanks to St Peters Hospital Chertsey and the parents for their permission to share

mOm’s revolutionary neonatal incubator designed, developed and manufactured in Britain has seen its first-ever clinical use in a UK hospital, this month.

24-11-2021
  Artistic representation of electrons funneling into high quality areas of perovskite material  Credit: Alex T. at Ella Maru Studios

Researchers have visualised, for the first time, why perovskites – materials which could replace silicon in next-generation solar cells - are seemingly so tolerant of defects in their structure....

24-11-2021
Richard Price and Animesh Patel in the operating theatre

The risks are high and pressure mounts in tomorrow's (Thursday’s) 9pm episode of BBC Two’s ‘Surgeons: At the Edge of Life’, filmed at Cambridge’s Royal Papworth and Addenbrooke’s...

24-11-2021
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Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) has won Government funding to help develop a new way of tackling online child abuse.

24-11-2021

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