The tabletop spectrometers of the PCE-CSM 3x series from PCE Instruments are used for diverse applications in colour measurement. Measuring the colour of plastics and determining the colour difference values to ensure colour consistency of different batches, components and coloured plastic products is one of the typical applications. Ever-...
An app that helps student midwives detect rare eye conditions in newborns has been developed by a lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU).
Resolving Brexit and prioritising the domestic agenda will provide firms with much needed clarity about the UK’s future, according to the latest CBI/Pertemps Network Group Employment Trends Survey.
As you’d expect from a business specialising in innovation, when it came to extending Cambridge Design Partnership's (CDP's) company HQ at rapid pace, they came up with a rather clever plan.
A budding young artist from the Shirley Primary school is this year’s winner of Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner's Christmas card competition.
A leading TV academic believes binge-watching has now finally fallen out of fashion.
The long-awaited Ice Arena has opened in Cambridge, and covers more than just skating. Cambridge TV Training examines the new facility, its environmental impact, uses and popularity.
A group of staff from Bar Hill-based Domino Printing brought Christmas cheer to a Cambridge school for children with special educational needs or learning difficulties.
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.
Intellegens, a Cambridge tech start-up with a unique Artificial Intelligence toolset that can train deep neural networks from sparse or noisy data, has been selected to be part of the ATI Boeing Accelerator programme.
Agile teams are often under significant time pressure. In some cases, this difficult situation forces teams to cut corners and reduce the time for reflection about the Agile feedback loop itself.
In the latest Expert Views video, Andrew Dixon, Head of UK and International Wealth Planning at Kleinwort Hambros, explains how to structure your wealth with sound wealth planning.
Are you struggling to finish tasks on time or find yourself staying in the office late? Time is precious, especially when you have a busy schedule. The trick is to work smarter, not harder and to plan and set yourself realistic deadlines.
While there’s much talk about the efficiencies of digital exams, for many, paper exam delivery is still a significant and integral part of their exam operations, says Speedwell Software.
Business is based on relationships and every interaction is an opportunity to improve clients' experience. Good relationships will help you to maintain trust with your clients and can help you find the right talent for your clients which leads the way for long-term success.
Wind, rain and train delays! Keep your business operating throughout bad weather and travel disruption with these top tips from the HR Dept blog.
Much of the promise of Red Hat® OpenShift® tends to be medium-long term – for example, the benefits of cloud-native development approaches require a re-think of architecture.
Birketts’ Chelmsford office has announced that this year’s 21st annual Race4Business event raised a fantastic final total of £20,000 for Little Havens Hospice which cares for babies, children and teenagers living with complex or incurable conditions across Essex.
Network Rail has today (Weds) announced it is launching a public consultation in early 2020 on proposals for a new railway station for Cambridge South.
Hertfordshire small businesses can now access a free business support programme ‘Get Enterprising’, which gives them fully-funded access to specialist support and opportunities to help them expand and grow.