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How do we reduce congestion, improve air quality, and provide better public transport in Greater Cambridge? To help answer this question, a group of people will come together for four days this autumn at the Greater Cambridge Citizens’ Assembly and help solve this key issue for the area.

16-08-2019

It is unmistakable that we are living in a climate, energy supply and biodiversity emergency. Most people agree that it is past the time for half-measures. If we are going to tackle the climate emergency, we need to go way beyond current practice for sustainable building design.

16-08-2019
Stormzy and students by Nick Saffella

British musician Stormzy is delighted to announce that he is funding a further two undergraduate students at the University of Cambridge this autumn.

16-08-2019
Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, Mrs Julie Spence OBE, presents the glass bowl to  Clive Ayling, Meteor’s managing director.

Meteor Inkjet, a leading independent supplier of industrial inkjet electronics, software, tools and services has been presented with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

16-08-2019
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Sustainable food systems require a collaborative response and this is a theme for Agri-Tech Week 2019. The week will include seven events hosted by members of Agri-Tech East.  Each is aimed at showcasing different ways that agri-tech is providing an innovative response to the challenges of food production in a time of environmental change and...

16-08-2019

Metro Bank has achieved the top spot in the Competition and Market Authority’s (CMA) latest Service Quality Survey for overall service to its personal current account customers for the second time running.

16-08-2019
  © IWM  Visitors to the 2018 Battle of Britain Air Show enjoying  the historic aircraft on the flightline walk

This year’s Duxford Battle of Britain Air Show will celebrate 50 years since the 1969 classic starring Michael Caine.

16-08-2019
  Butterfly co-mimic pairs from the species Heliconius erato (odd columns) and Heliconius melpomene (even columns). Illustrated butterflies are sorted by greatest similarity (along rows, top left to bottom right)  Credit: J Hoyal Cuthill, photo credits S Ledger and R Crowther

Researchers have used artificial intelligence to make new discoveries, and confirm old ones, about one of nature’s best-known mimics, opening up whole new directions of research in evolutionary biology.

16-08-2019

The first large-scale review into the health outcomes of people living with HIV has found that this group has an increased risk of contracting specific diseases and illnesses, some of which are more commonly associated with ageing.

16-08-2019
Magna officially opens its new electronics facility in Grand Blanc Township, Michigan.

Magna has celebrated the opening of a new electronics manufacturing facility in Grand Blanc Township, Michigan, USA. The facility consolidates three nearby locations into a single state-of-the-art facility that combines 21st-century manufacturing with people-first workplace design and functionality.

16-08-2019
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An event in St Ives, Cambridgeshire, on Friday 6 September aims to inform local businesses about post Brexit regulations and provide support to help you meet any challenges you may face.

16-08-2019
people at work

Communication is a key part of everyday life. You need communication skills in order to speak effectively, pass detailed messages across and to also meet and greet individuals. Having good communication skills can enable you to develop more skills, gain confidence and even become more advanced in your field of work.

15-08-2019

GeoSpock, the spatial big data company, has appointed LEWIS, a global integrated communications agency, to deliver a communications programme designed to raise awareness of GeoSpock in the UK and Singapore.

15-08-2019
from left, PML Managing Director Paul Leivers, PML Director Matt Winney and EACH Cambridgeshire Assistant Corporate Fundraiser Emily Rose.

Members of staff at a Harston construction consultancy, their friends, relatives and business partners have rowed over a million metres in a special charity challenge.

15-08-2019
Left Bill Brogan from St John’s College receives his Award for Outstanding Achievement from TUCO Chair Matt White.

The Catering & Conference Manager at a Cambridge College has recently won a major industry award for his significant contribution to educational catering in the UK. 

15-08-2019
St Mary’s girls get set for exciting future paths

Students at St Mary’s Sixth Form, Cambridge – a leading independent day and boarding school – are celebrating the School’s best A Level results for three years today as they prepare to embark on the next stage of their journey.

15-08-2019
Cambridge labs building

The stratospheric success of the Oxford-Cambridge Arc knowledge economy has driven up prime office rents in the region by 11.9 per cent in a year – compared to 2.2 per cent average growth in the UK outside London.

15-08-2019

Agile Analog, a Cambridge-based Analog IP company, announces it has successfully been awarded funding from Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency, to accelerate their new product development.

15-08-2019

Following the successful launch of Rent to Home in April, The Cambridge Building Society has drawn the two applicants to benefit from the initiative.

15-08-2019

Deloitte offers an alternative path to university with apprenticeship and gap-year programmes...

15-08-2019

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