Modified natural materials will be an essential component of a sustainable future, but first a detailed understanding of their properties is needed. The way heat flows across bamboo cell walls has been mapped using advanced scanning thermal microscopy, providing a new understanding of how variations in thermal conductivity are linked to the...
The Catholic Church and leaders of other religions must “take a moral lead” to help end online child sexual abuse as leaders prepare to gather in Vatican City.
Needles in cars and queuing at tips are symptoms of disposing Christmas trees that do not help when it comes to beating the post-festive blues, however, East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is offering residents of Huntingdon, St Ives and surrounding villages a far more hassle-free recycling method this...
If you haven’t been fortunate enough to be provisioned with access to the new Google beta, you will be soon, say Growth Architects.
Cambridge Network hears many views from its members every week, and frequently gets asked to exchange updates with organisations outside Cambridge. For example, the Bank of England had a detailed briefing session yesterday (Tuesday), which was attended by the Network's Executive Director, Claire Ruskin.
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) has had its commitment to the career development of researchers recognised by the European Commission, retaining the HR Excellence in Research Award.
The leading professional body for the resource and waste sector, which aims to make ‘the best and safest use of resources to protect and enrich life on our planet’, has appointed a Greater Cambridge waste manager as its new President.
The Cambridge Building Society has announced Peter Burrows as its next Chief Executive Officer after a summer-long search.
A world-first hopping robot that can identify, map and kill weeds, and wearable cow-tech that can neutralise the greenhouse gas from cattle burps were just some of the cutting-edge agri-tech launched at REAP 2019 last week.
The Cambridge Beer Festival Winter 2019 opens today (Wednesday) at the University Social Club (USC) on Mill Lane.
Scientists at the University of Cambridge studying perovskite materials for next-generation solar cells and flexible LEDs have discovered that they can be more efficient when their chemical compositions are less ordered, vastly simplifying production processes and lowering cost.
The head coach of the men’s Great Britain gymnastics team will deliver the ninth Excellence in Sport lecture at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) in Cambridge on Tuesday, 19 November (5.15pm).
RSK, a leading integrated environmental, engineering and technical services business, has acquired ATP Architects + Surveyors Limited, a multidisciplinary practice of professional consultants providing architectural, building surveying and project management services to the construction industry.
This week James Ross-Russell of NW Brown Wealth Management looks at Convatec, the global medical products and technologies company, which released third quarter results recently.
Anthias Consulting has co-written a book published by the Royal Society of Chemistry. 'Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry: How Do I Get the Best Results?' is a practical reference guide for analysts at all experience levels.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge’s Bennett Institute for Public Policy, partnering with the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, have launched a major new project to offer central and local government a set of simple, practical, and evidence-informed measures for wellbeing.
As part of an ongoing Let’s Talk initiative, colleagues at Cambridge law firm Stone King hosted a sociable event for members of Charles Stanley’s Cambridge office. The informal evening began with introductions by each firm followed by networking over nibbles and a drink.
Scrutton Bland joins 2000+ businesses and organisations making changes to support disabled customers.
Underwater filming creates great shots, as Billy Pointon finds out at Cambridge TV Training.
TTP plc, a leading independent technology and product development company, today announced that its Desktop Biology™ service has enabled the fast-track development of a novel technology in partnership with DnaNudge Ltd, the developer of the world’s first DNA-based service to “nudge” consumers towards genetically optimal buying...