Projects to find new treatments for cancer, using whole genome sequencing, have received a £8m funding boost from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), it was announced today.
The Medical Research Council (MRC) and the Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED) have joined forces to support eight new Regenerative Medicine research partnerships. Four of these involve researchers from the University of Cambridge.
The East of England will receive £21.4 million to expand and upgrade A&Es at three Trusts, ensuring they have the physical space to treat patients, manage patient flow and improve infection control, the Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced today.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust’s early intervention mental health service CAMEO will lead a major global study as UK partner, to investigate the causes and impact of schizophrenia on high risk adolescents and young adults, and to try to find effective early treatments.
Following the successful utilisation of Settify by Birketts’ Family Law Team, clients of the firm’s Private Client Advisory Team can now access the same platform to get assistance with their Wills.
Community groups across Cambridge have benefited from Tesco's COVID-19 Community Fund.
Solicitor Chloe Harbutt has joined the private wealth team at city law firm Hewitsons.
An Agri-TechE webinar next month discusses options for livestock, cropping and carbon capture.
The East of England economy has been given a boost of confidence with a national business announcing a hat-trick of decisions to invest in the region.
IQGeo announced a major new contract with TDS Telecommunications LLC (TDS®) in North America for its IQGeo Platform and Workflow Manager software.
Natural England has announced that Cambridgeshire will join its district level licensing initiative to protect the Great Crested Newt. The initiative is designed to better protect the iconic species while also enabling developers and local authorities to more easily deliver on their investment and home-building plans. Great crested newts are...
Team Consulting explains the steps needed to take to evaluate Software Of Unknown Provenance (SOUP) in establishing compliance with BS EN 62304: Medical device software.
How have you, your management teams and your staff fared over the past six months? And how are you, your management teams and your staff feeling about work right now? The answer to both questions will inform what your managers need to do to steer their teams through the next few months, as we try and figure out what this 'new normal' is amid...
Catherine Condie Associates has launched weekly updates, perfect for companies who like to see a snapshot of the latest government press releases with a technology and innovation theme.
KDP was contacted by a leading supplier of gas analysis equipment, which needed to encapsulate an airflow switch in a hazardous environment. The firm's quick response and years of experience in encapsulation ensured that its client’s requirements were met to an exceedingly high standard.
This article focuses on anticipated innovation in relation to cell culture for the production of cultured meat products.
Thousands of people engaged in the wide-ranging ‘First Conversation’ consultation that took place earlier this year, and the Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Service has today (16 September) published the 8,500 responses it received on how the new Local Plan should take shape.
Medovate – a pioneering medical device development company specialising in anaesthesia, airway management, critical care, and surgery – announced it has received CE Mark Approval for its game-changing medical device SAFIRA® (SAFer Injection for Regional Anaesthesia).
Team Consulting's diagnostics team has compiled its top six rules for your journey to a commercially successful diagnostic device.
A study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School says men and women working together on top management teams – not “the-more-(women)-the-better” – boosts firm performance.