A new study co-authored by Professor Raghu Rau of Cambridge Judge Business School finds that $1 in bribes is linked to $6 to $9 increases in the value of bribing firms, but the research punctures some common bribery beliefs.
Cambridge residents will be able to calculate their carbon footprint and at the click of a button find city-specific top tips on how to live a greener life thanks to the new Cambridge Climate Change Charter which launches today (Monday 7 September).
University of Cambridge PhD student Siddharth Swaroop has been announced a recipient of the 2020 Microsoft Research EMEA PhD Award, helping to support his final year of research.
Have you got a big moment coming up? Whether it's an interview, a presentation, or an important meeting, this simple tip will get you ready to perform at your peak, writes Simon Hall...
The COVID-19 pandemic has had huge knock-on effects on economies around the world.
The Court of Appeal has recently confirmed (i) the correct interpretation of the term “out-of-date” in paragraph 11d of the NPPF and (ii) the proper application of local policies which are time-expired or fail to deal with the strategic issue of housing supply.
Trial measures to make it easier for people to travel around Greater Cambridge on foot and bicycle during the recovery from Covid-19 have now been implemented.
Andrew Grant has been appointed as Interim Chief Executive of Cambridge City Council.
Johnson Matthey (JM) is to manufacture regulatory starting materials for Sarepta Therapeutics’ RNA technology-based clinical and commercial programmes.
CyanConnode Holdings plc (AIM: CYAN), a world leader in Narrowband Radio Frequency (RF) Smart Mesh Networks, announces its audited results for the 15-month period ended 31 March 2020.
New research has found that Indigenous knowledge is regularly underutilised and misunderstood when making important environmental decisions.
Two large-scale genetic studies have identified the bulk of genetic variation that influences medically-important characteristics of our blood cells.
Households across Cambridgeshire can now register for the chance to club together to buy and install solar panels at a reduced price.
Local authority-owned law firm LGSS Law Ltd has reported a return to profit in 2019/20.
As you may be aware, there is currently an increase in attacks affecting the education sector.
The Collegiate University of Cambridge will be welcoming a record number of new undergraduates next month.
Could the pop-up shop provide a glimmer of hope for the retail sector? Real estate lawyer at Hewitsons, Alexandra Messham, asks: Can short-term lettings provide hope for the retail sector and are pop-ups, aka the “Airbnb of the retail world”, the way forward?
As the UK leaves the EU, a new framework for regulating medical devices and IVDs will come into place at the start of next year.
Over the August Bank Holiday, Network Rail completed the final section of infrastructure works on the £29 million upgrade of the rail line between ...
Analytik is pleased to announce two latest additions to its team. Based in Swavesey, just outside Cambridge, Analytik provides cutting-edge scientific instrumentation to leading organisations throughout the UK and Ireland.