Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) has announced measures to collaborate with business, public sector and community organisations to help the region recover from COVID-19 and to stimulate further economic growth.
Independent research firm recognises AVEVA as a market leader among the 11 most prominent global APM solution providers.
Researchers evaluate how the new coronavirus rewires human proteins for its own replication, and identify several antiviral drugs ready for clinical trials.
A senior scientist at a Cambridge company has been nominated by his peers for his outstanding contribution to proactively and inclusively supporting colleagues and the wider scientific community.
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) has launched Present, a virtual showcase of some of the best work by students graduating this year from the faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS).
The value of the global composites manufacturing market is set to skyrocket, particularly as demand for clean transportation continues to increase. In the UK alone, it is predicted to be £12.5 billion by 2030. This growth is largely dependent on a workforce with the appropriate skillset, and TRB Lightweight Structures is investing in the...
A blueprint for Northstowe Town Centre has been approved by South Cambridgeshire District Council – including a vision for it to be ‘connected to nature’.
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is to open the doors of another 13 shops, with the first phase of its reopening plan having been deemed a big success.
Tesco has announced an additional £2million for its COVID-19 Community Fund, forming part of its £52million package of support to help local communities tackling the Coronavirus outbreak, with £500 grants available for groups across the area.
On 26 June 2000, the UK and US governments announced simultaneously the completion of the first draft of the entire human genome – the first map of the three billion base pairs that make up human DNA.
Taylor Wessing has advised Boku Inc., a leading global mobile payment and mobile identity company, on its conditional acquisition of Fortumo Holdings, a transaction valued at a maximum enterprise value of $41 million. The acquisition will cement the Group's positioning as a leading mobile payment and mobile identity solutions company.
St Mary's School, Cambridge is delighted to be shortlisted for a prestigious 'Independent School of the Year 2020' award - the Marketing Award for Effective Brand Communication.
The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) Executive Board has approved plans for a new high quality public transport route that will mean thousands of people can leave their cars at home and travel into the city and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus (CBC) more sustainably.
With the welcome news of pubs, restaurants, hotels and hairdressers among businesses allowed to reopen in England on the 4th July, South Cambridgeshire District Council is urging all customer-facing SMEs to complete a short survey to share experiences and concerns about reopening, which the council will use to inform the support it...
Seven major new research and innovation projects will boost economic growth and benefit people across central Scotland, Northern Ireland, south Wales, and three areas of England.
Kate Parkinson, senior associate at BDB Pitmans, has been elected to the executive committee of the Charity Law Association.
Taylor Wessing has received three awards at the LMG European Life Sciences Awards 2020.
A 168-bedroom Hampton by Hilton hotel at the Imperial War Museum (IWM), Duxford has been given planning approval by South Cambridgeshire District Council’s Planning Committee this week.
Faced with ongoing uncertainty about COVID’s global economic impacts, financial organisations are turning in increasing numbers to cutting-edge technologies that blend artificial and human intelligence. The dynamic nature of the virus and of government responses mean that most existing financial models and indeed other typical assumptions have...
Huawei has won planning consent for the first phase of a new optoelectronics R & D and manufacturing centre in Cambridge. It plans to invest £1 billion in the first phase of the project, which includes construction of 50,000 square meters of facilities across nine acres of land and will directly create around 400 local jobs.