Peer-reviewed study published in Xenobiotica describes an innovative new method that predicts the routes and products of Phase I and II metabolism with high sensitivity and greater precision than other approaches.
Stephen Hamilton and Liam Closely advised one of the founders of the luxury chocolate brand on Mars’ £534m acquisition of AIM quoted Hotel Chocolat, a major deal that will enhance Hotel Chocolat’s worldwide reach.
Peer-reviewed study published in Xenobiotica describes an innovative new method that predicts the routes and products of Phase I and II metabolism with high sensitivity and greater precision than other approaches
Jag Express joins the fundraising drive for Cambridge Children’s Hospital Campaign.
First map of human limb development reveals unexpected growth processes and explains syndromes found at birth
Human fingers and toes do not grow outward; instead, they form from within a larger foundational bud, as intervening cells recede to reveal the digits beneath. This is among many processes captured for the first time as scientists unveil a spatial cell atlas of the entire developing human limb, resolved in space and time.
This is a joint news release on behalf of Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council, and the Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Service.
Novahub Ltd writes...we’re seeing this all too often these days. You try to get onto your own office WiFi network but it’s swamped with dozens of other WiFi networks. This mass invasion of the WiFi airwaves causes massive interference and congestion. But it does not have to be this way.
The official conference and events bureau for Cambridge is marking the end of its 25th anniversary year by supporting a local Toy Drive to donate toys to children and young people who may otherwise not receive a gift this Christmas.
Guardtech appoint new Nordics & Baltics specialist to upscale cleanroom construction service in region
UK cleanroom design & build experts recruit Territory Manager Lars Strandljung to offer dedicated provision in Scandinavia and beyond
Salus Wellness says...we are very pleased to announce that Dina van Well has joined Salus Wellness this month.
Cambridge, UK: Camena Bioscience, a synthetic biology company providing genes to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, announces it has appointed Dr Nicola Thompson as Chair of its Board of Directors. Following its $10 million Series A financing earlier in the year1, the appointment forms part of the Company’s growth plans to expand commercialisation of its pioneering DNA synthesis…
Cambridge, UK, 06 December 2023 – EVONETIX LTD (‘Evonetix’), the company developing semiconductor scale technology to improve access to gene synthesis, announces the signing of a joint development agreement and commercial supply agreement with Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a global semiconductor leader. This agreement signals the continuation of the long-standing combined work of both companies,…
Anglia Ruskin University wins Green Gown Award for its Ruskin Modules course element.
The Cambridge Index climbed 269.95 points or 1.8% to close at 14875.5, as eight out of the top ten index heavyweights posted weekly gains in their share prices.
Breathe Technology writes...As you wind down and start thinking about your Christmas shopping, we wanted to inform you about some work we're doing with local businesses in your area. We have an offer that we would like to extend to you, if you're interested.
Last Saturday, Mawson Road Community Orchestra held their Winter Concert at St John the Evan
Sew Positive - a unique UK charity helping socially excluded people mend, repair, upcycle and repurpose textiles to improve mental health and help our planet - is looking to recruit four new Trustees, including a Chair and a Treasurer.
Career Ambitions writes...How do you feel about the rapid development in AI? Fascinated? Terrified? Maybe a little bit of both? Whilst the possibilities it offers are undoubtedly exciting, the alarming predictions in the media about how AI could kill certain jobs, has left many of us feeling anxious about how our future careers will look in an AI world.
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) public health expert, Professor Lee Smith, has been named among the world’s most influential academic researchers for the second year in a row.
Breathe Technology writes… even though it’s almost Christmas!
The world of 3D printing is constantly evolving, with new technologies and techniques being developed to enhance speed, accuracy, and quality of the final printed products.
Local initiative transforming the lives of young people in need gains national award.
The Centre for Computing History is delighted to announce the appointment of three new Trustees to the Board.
They are: Sarah Cheng, Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Service Phil Howell, Raspberry Pi Foundation Caylin Smith, Cambridge University Libraries