A vigil and one minute silence will take place today at 11am outside the Guildhall, Cambridge, in honour of Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones, who died in the incident near London Bridge on Friday.
CMR Surgical, the company developing, manufacturing and marketing the next-generation surgical robotic system, Versius®, notes the disclosure by GE Healthcare of its minority participation in the recent $240 million Series C financing round.
Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust’s (ACT) Give a Gift this Christmas Appeal allows supporters to choose a gift to help make Addenbrooke's even better for staff and patients at this special time of year.
People buying or selling a home with Bidwells are set to enjoy “the most welcoming visitor experience in Cambridge” after the 180-year-old property consultants revealed plans for a new Trumpington home for its estate agency business.
The Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) has received a UN Global Climate Action Award in the ‘Women for Results’ category for effective and scalable solutions.
Students from Cambridge Regional College are helping people stay safe online in a team work project with Cambridgeshire Police.
Anglia Ruskin University's School of Psychology and Sport Science will be hosting the 17th European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition (EWIC) at its Cambridge campus from 17 – 19 June 2020.
Are you chairing a panel, and worrying about how to make sure it's a success? Simon Hall offers 12 tips to help you on your way...
Today, Audio Analytic announces exciting new context-sensing technology that recognises acoustic surroundings, enabling devices like smartphones and headphones to adapt to these dynamic environments and deliver a wave of innovative benefits.
Do you want to hone your management skills? Are there people in your organisation with the potential to become your next leaders?
Wayve secures $20M funding to facilitate autonomous vehicle trials in one of the world’s busiest cities.
Eighty-four percent of firms are expecting to maintain or increase investment in training their workforce, according to the 2019 CBI/Pearson Education and Skills Annual Report. Latest data shows that UK employers spent £44.2 billion on training in 2017.
Due to council neutrality requirements in the run-up to the general election, Cambridge City Council's Cambridge 2020 briefing will be held in January next year.
ExCALIBUR (Exascale Computing Algorithms and Infrastructures Benefiting UK Research) is a £45.7m Strategic Priorities Fund (SPF) programme led by the Met Office and UK Research and Innovation to meet the challenge of enabling exascale computer architectures by delivering research and innovative algorithmic development to harness the potential...
An extra consultation on a taxi licensing policy aimed at improving safety for passengers and drivers was confirmed yesterday (Thursday).
Though seemingly trivial, office politics can affect the performance of employees and organisations. The latest podcast in the Cambridge Judge Business Debate series asks: how can we improve them?
The landmark boiler house chimney at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH) will turn purple on 03 December as part of the global #purplelightup movement celebrating International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD).
Since the Brexit referendum, the number of applications for British citizenship has continued to rise. Yet many applicants fall foul of the strict eligibility criteria and the Home Office application process, and face refusal and lost of the application fee. If you are looking to apply to naturalise as a British citizen, what do you need to...
Sieve Studio was selected to film a recent workshop on 'culture change' for global education and training consultants, Excelsior.
Two Cambridge-based companies have been announced as the East of England’s regional winners of the UK’s only truly national early-stage tech scaleup competition, Rising Stars.