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Citzens Assembly meeting before the pandemic

A bold vision put forward by residents to cut congestion, improve air quality and transform the way people travel around Greater Cambridge has been supported by the Greater Cambridge Partnership.

10-07-2020
  Estee Torok (centre, in black) with team at Addenbrooke's Hospital  Credit: Estee Torok

Long hours running COVID-19 vaccine and drugs trials have left little time for Estée Török to contemplate her postponed wedding. With over 20 years' clinical research experience in infectious diseases in the UK and south-east Asia, she has a great deal to contribute to tackling the pandemic.

10-07-2020
  Perovskite solar cell with oxide coating  Credit: Rob Jagt

Researchers at Cambridge, Imperial and Singapore have developed a method to print ultrathin coatings on next-generation solar cells, allowing them to work in tandem with silicon solar cells to boost efficiencies.

10-07-2020
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With home working becoming the new normal for many, what considerations are there for those wishing to start up a new business or switch to running their business from home permanently? Sarah Baron of Hewitsons has some answers.

10-07-2020
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New research from the PHG Foundation highlights important issues for the proportionate and effective regulation of genomic data in medical research and healthcare that balance legal protections with utility.

 

10-07-2020
City Fibre worker

The rollout of gigabit-capable full fibre infrastructure to nearly every home and business in Peterborough is picking up pace with CityFibre on track to complete work in half of the city by the autumn.

10-07-2020
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Can digital solutions enable the 'hospital at home'? Read Team Consulting's latest blog by Benjamin Cox and Paul Greenhalgh.

09-07-2020
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Cofinitive says it has seen too many founders leave thinking about their communications too late, which is a huge mistake!  "Leaving it too late means a big backlog of work and huge costs to get launch-ready, and you may even find yourself re-doing things you’ve done before: rebranding to support your new product road-map or developing your...

09-07-2020

Made Smarter and UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) launch two funding competitions for Britain’s most innovative businesses to come together to develop world-leading digital technologies to boost supply chain productivity and resilience to turbo-charge the COVID recovery.

09-07-2020
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The Wellcome Sanger Institute is pleased to launch a new series of virtual seminars, showcasing the diversity of genomic research at the Institute aimed at tackling some of the biggest challenges in human health and disease. From mapping all cell types in the human body, to understanding the evolution of cancer and life on Earth, senior...

09-07-2020

Improved understanding of the biological mechanisms underpinning drug response will enable faster, more efficient drug development.

09-07-2020
fireplace in situ_ Glen Dimplex Heating & Ventilation

Chris Dunn Consulting recently worked with Glen Dimplex Heating & Ventilation to create an online registration system, integrated with the product information database to enable its customers to register all products in a simple and efficient process.

09-07-2020

Watermill Accounting is offering a FREE half an hour consultation to companies who would like to find out if they could be claiming more from their R&D tax claim.  Did you know that almost half (43%) of all money claimed from HMRC in tax credits goes to a top echelon of very large companies?  Could you be claiming more from your R&D tax...

09-07-2020
Kiran Kapur, CEO of Cambridge Marketing College (CMC)

With the Chancellor’s latest announcement boosting apprenticeships, Kiran Kapur, CEO of Cambridge Marketing College (CMC), suggests that uncertainty over career prospects is pushing people to take steps to improve their employability. CMC has found stronger demand for its courses since the coronavirus pandemic, and now also runs a successful...

09-07-2020
Turbo Carbon software for managing and reporting carbon data

UL's 360 software division (previously known as CR360 or Credit360) has launched an online cloud-based software solution that gives almost any organisation the ability to measure and report their carbon footprint in a simple, fast and affordable way.

09-07-2020

Cancer Research UK, the world's largest independent funder of cancer research and Abcam plc, a global innovator in life science reagents and tools, are pleased to announce a new partnership for the development and commercialization of novel custom antibodies to support the acceleration of cancer research.
 

09-07-2020
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In the past few years, being a landlord has become a great deal more difficult. Thanks to regulatory changes, the profitability of renting has dropped significantly. Previously, having a property untenanted for a few months would have been manageable. Now, the tax code changes mean that having a property vacant for even a month can be enough to...

09-07-2020
The Lovewell Family, who took part in the Hospice’s virtual Star Shine Walk with their three young girls, by walking from their home in Sawston to the Arthur Rank Hospice and back in one day!

Arthur Rank Hospice Charity's first virtual Star Shine Walk is a success! 

09-07-2020
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Jeremy Edwards, Independent Financial Adviser from Martin-Redman Partners, talks about the benefits of investing your pension in companies whose practices and values align with your own environmental or ethical beliefs. 

09-07-2020

With lockdown rules easing, there’s a reminder from South Cambridgeshire District Council that it’s everyone’s responsibility to keep caring and not litter.

08-07-2020

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