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Ground-breaking self-driving shuttle pictured in King's Parade, Cambridge

The first custom-made autonomous shuttles capable of carrying passengers will take to the roads alongside other traffic in the UK today as part of ground-breaking trials in Cambridge.

27-05-2021
Clinical lead and paediatric oncologist, Dr Amos Burke, with Denise and Sean Tarrant, showing the new Brainbow logo.

A nationally renowned rehabilitation service for children with brain tumours is to formally recognise a local charity which supports it – and help the memory of a much-loved teenager to live on....

27-05-2021
 Pied tamarin (Saguinus bicolor) - photograph by Tainara Sobroza

New research has discovered that monkeys will use the “accent” of another species when they enter its territory to help them better understand one another and potentially avoid conflict

27-05-2021

Johnson Matthey (JM), a global leader in sustainable technologies, has announced a Memorandum of Understanding with Plug Power, a leading provider of turnkey green hydrogen solutions. Under the...

27-05-2021
Llines of colour in abstract image from Arm

This week, Oracle announced it is bringing Arm-based instances to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) with the Ampere A1 Compute. With this new cloud offering, OCI is bringing to market the industry...

27-05-2021
Spotta entomologist with bed bugs in sample vial

Spotta Smart Pest Systems has strengthened its global reach with three new distributor agreements: Pest-End Exterminators and Colorado Tri-Flo Systems in the USA, and Amicus Environmental Services...

27-05-2021

Luminance has launched a brand new AI-powered platform, Luminance Corporate, which aims to transform the way in-house lawyers understand, manage and negotiate their contracts. The tool will also...

27-05-2021
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A new research study involved two grids of tiny electrodes implanted onto the surface of a 65-year-old man paralysed from the neck down. The electrodes analysed electrical activity in parts of the...

27-05-2021
The Hobson Hotel - artist's impresson of the exterior

Construction will resume on The Hobson, a new hotel at Hobson House, Cambridge, following a pause in development in March 2020, due to the outbreak of the Covid pandemic.

27-05-2021
Man using laptop with a warning alert on the screen

As our reliance on the digital world increases it is no real wonder that cybercrime is on the increase and this has been clearly evident in the last twelve months. Barnes Commercial Insurance...

27-05-2021
Yeast colonies recoloured_Image credit: Jolanda van Leeuwen

New insights into the ability of DNA to overcome harmful genetic changes have been discovered by scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute, the University of Lausanne and their collaborators....

27-05-2021
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Malware attacks on schools are rising. Antivirus software and firewall protection isn’t enough to keep them protected. Businesses can learn from...

27-05-2021
Two people in Zoom conversation with a man on the screen

Recruiting sales staff can be a daunting process for any organisation, but it’s especially nerve-wracking for those business which are appointing a sales professional for the first time.

27-05-2021

Cambridge City Council is trialling new seating and smart technology waste bins in the city centre this summer as it welcomes more residents and visitors back following the coronavirus pandemic....

27-05-2021
The real world DevOps challenges for the Technology sector_Redgate white paper cover

Having the highest DevOps adoption of all industry sectors, using more database types in development, and moving to the cloud faster are key factors in the strong business performance of the...

26-05-2021
map showing East-West rail plans

Leading Councillors have said they support the principle of the Bedford to Cambridge section of East West Rail, but are calling for more detail to understand the local impacts of the scheme.

26-05-2021
Lee Coley

National law firm Stone King LLP has been appointed to the first panel established by The National Society (Church of England and Church in Wales) for the Promotion of Education, also known as the...

26-05-2021
Girl sitting at computer

Arm is announcing its first Total Compute solutions, which deliver on the three key pillars of Arm’s Total Compute strategy – compute performance, developer access and security. By addressing...

26-05-2021
All about my mother_screen shot

Film lovers can pen a date in their calendars as Cambridge Film Festival confirms dates for this year’s Festival, which is set to go ahead as a physical event in November. The Festival also...

26-05-2021
Working group huddled over a desk

The UK’s £7.3 billion flagship research and development tax credit scheme is failing to stimulate the additional spending required to meet the Government’s R&D target, concludes a new report...

26-05-2021

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