One hundred percent of business owners and managers contacted say it’s important that companies pay their employees the Real Living Wage, as a way of combatting poverty in the aftermath of the pandemic. The majority say that paying the Real Living Wage is a corporate social responsibility, while others think it’s important for recruitment and...
Owlstone Medical, the global leader in Breath Biopsy® for applications in early disease detection and precision medicine, today announced the publication of a peer-reviewed study in 'Nature Scientific Reports'1. The paper investigates the performance of filters embedded in face masks for supporting the detection of SARS-CoV-2 as an...
Water company showcases delivery of £448m of capital investment and completion of 520 environmental schemes despite challenges of pandemic and winter weather.
Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) and niobium-based battery start-up, Nyobolt, announce an engineering and systems integration partnership designed to support and advance an additional solution for the next generation of high power battery systems.
Markers in our blood – ‘fingerprints’ of infection – could help identify individuals who have been infected by SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, several months after infection even if the individual had only mild symptoms or showed no symptoms at all, say Cambridge researchers.
Following consultation in the spring of 2021, Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire District councils have approved three new housing policies.
The reliability and performance of Xaar’s printheads are proving key for cutting edge jetting provider, Meta Additive, as they revolutionise additive manufacturing in volume metal and ceramic 3D printing (M3DP).
Final year students from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) are showcasing their major projects on the Present website this summer, helping to give their work truly international reach.
The Cambridge Index dropped 615.7 points or 2.1% to close at 28296.8, as eight of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share prices.
Electronic skin patches represent one wearable technology product type that is well suited for physiological monitoring. Placing a connected electronic device onto the skin via an adhesive provides a platform which can house many different types of sensor, most prominently for medical monitoring of the wearer.
The Government has launched a consultation on new trading rules that will help countries out of poverty – and help British businesses and consumers at the same time.
Lucy Cavendish College alumna Gita Khalili Moghaddam (PhD Biotechnology, 2017) is one of five winners of the RAEng Engineers Trust Young Engineer of the Year competition.
SPT Labtech, a laboratory automation solutions company for the life sciences industry, is pleased to announce an evolution in its leadership team to further capitalise on its outstanding organic and acquisition-led growth.
Leading law firm, BDB Pitmans, has advised finnCap and Canaccord Genuity, on another successful share placing by K3 Capital Group PLC (K3) to raise gross proceeds of £10 million. The placing completed on 7 July 2021 and the proceeds raised funded K3’s acquisition of Knight Corporate Finance Group Limited and Knight R&D Limited.
Kleinwort Hambros has announced several senior appointments in the UK and Channel Islands (CI Bank) to continue strengthening the execution of the Bank’s business and growth strategy.
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St Mary’s School, Cambridge, has received national award recognition for delivering outstanding excellence in the visual arts after winning the ‘Art and Craft’ category in the 2021 Education Business Awards.
Basel, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK...– Lonza and CN Bio have entered into a distribution agreement whereby Lonza will supply a selection of hepatic cells to be...
Partnership with Crown Oil sees Kao Data become UK’s first data centre operator to fuel all their back-up generators with HVO (hydrotreated vegetable oil) fuel in place of traditional diesel.
NanoSyrinx, a biotech company developing a new cell engineering tool for novel targeted therapeutic modalities, has raised a further £6.2m of seed financing, co-led by incoming Octopus Ventures and existing investor M Ventures (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), the corporate venture capital arm of Merck.