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An illustration from 'Flooded' by Mariajosé Gajate Molina

Work by an Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) student has won a prestigious World Illustration Award – beating off competition from more than 4,000 entries from all over the globe.

28-10-2020

The BDB Pitmans corporate team has advised existing client Novacyt UK Holdings Limited (EURONEXT GROWTH: ALNOV; AIM: NCYT), an international specialist in clinical diagnostics, on its £12 million acquisition of the entire share capital of IT-IS...

28-10-2020

 Cambridge Spark, the leading provider of data science and AI apprenticeships, has inducted more than 100 professionals in its latest cohort to undertake apprenticeships in data science, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). 

28-10-2020
Ravi Gopinath -Chief Cloud Officer and Chief Product Officer, AVEVA

AVEVA, a global leader in engineering and industrial software, today announced that it has signed an agreement to help accelerate Shell Global Solutions International BV’s  digital transformational strategy by deploying AVEVA’s cloud software solutions.

28-10-2020
Transition Coordinator, Kristie Foreman.

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH), Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice and Arthur Rank Hospice Charity are delighted to announce the appointment of Transition Coordinator, Kristie Foreman. The National Lottery Community Fund is providing funding for three years, building on a project on which the three Hospices collaborated in 2019.

28-10-2020

Just one in four (24%) UK consumers are ‘very concerned’ over companies they interact with online using their personal data, down from 47% who said this in 2018, says a new report from Deloitte.

28-10-2020
Burnt matches

Research by The Mental Health Foundation suggested that those working from home during the pandemic are putting in an extra 28 hours work a month on average, with clear negative impacts on health and wellbeing. Even before the pandemic, 79 per cent of workers were experiencing some level of burnout with nearly half of UK workers (48 per cent)...

28-10-2020
  Confocal fluorescence image of gold nanotures (green) in mesothelioma cells  Credit: Arsalan Azad

Gold nanotubes – tiny hollow cylinders one thousandth the width of a human hair – could be used to treat mesothelioma, a type of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos, according to a team of researchers at the Universities of Cambridge and Leeds.

28-10-2020
  Chris Abell  Credit: Royal Society

The University of Cambridge is saddened to announce that Professor Chris Abell, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research, Professor of Biological Chemistry and Todd-Hamied Fellow of Christ’s College, has died suddenly at the age of 62.

28-10-2020
sunlight through a canopy of trees

The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Climate Change Commission, set up by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority, has launched a public survey on the most pressing issues of climate change across the region and what action should be taken by businesses and individuals.

28-10-2020
TRB's composite battery enclosure

TRB Lightweight Structures (TRB) has created a new production process to deliver continuous-fibre thermoset composite parts at high volume.

28-10-2020
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Zoom. Microsoft Teams. Odro. Hinterview. Six months ago, we had barely heard of these video interview tools, but now they are a part of our everyday language.

27-10-2020
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If part of your business’s two year history doesn’t include GDPR compliance, then you may have a problem.

27-10-2020
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Improve your exam question writing processes with Speedwell's eSystem remote question authoring feature. It's quick and easy to add questions into your question bank from anywhere...

27-10-2020
gloved hand holding a vial and pipette in a laboratory setting

CN Bio, a leading 3D cell culture company that has developed single and multi-organ microphysiological systems (MPS) to improve the accuracy and efficiency of drug discovery, today announced the commercial launch of its Drug Metabolism and Safety Toxicity Testing Services.

27-10-2020
Cambridge Network CEO John Gourd

Cambridge Network and Business Weekly have strengthened an alliance designed to heighten profile and hopefully win fresh business for local companies within the UK and internationally.

27-10-2020
Kameo Recruitment raffle for Cambridge Women's Aid_banner

Kameo Recruitment is running a prize draw to raise money for Cambridge Women’s Aid, which supports vulnerable women and children who are trying to escape domestic abuse. COVID-19 has seen an increase in cases which means, now more than ever, Cambridge Women’s Aid and hundreds of women need help.

27-10-2020
Psyomics'  mental health assessment and diagnosis platform, Censeo

Psyomics Ltd, a UK-based healthtech and University of Cambridge spin-out, has closed a £1.5 million  funding round from existing and new investors to bring its mental health assessment and diagnosis platform, Censeo, to market in the UK. University spinout specialists Parkwalk led the round, joined by fellow existing investors Jonathan Milner,...

27-10-2020
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The long wait is over - Cambridge Cleantech and Oxfordshire Greentech are pleased to announce the 28 climate-positive businesses who will take the virtual stage at Cleantech Venture Week come November 23rd-26th 2020.

27-10-2020
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Two new courses from Cambridge Network, focused on the key roles involved in making organisations more agile through Scrum, kick off this autumn.

27-10-2020

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