IMI Europe announces a new location for its 20th Anniversary Digital Print Europe event, with a move to Berlin, Germany.
In this article, communication coach (and all-round show-off) Jon Torrens explains how investing in yourself can seriously help your communication.
Technologies that will allow fire crews to see through smoke and dust, computers to solve previously unsolvable computational problems, construction projects to image unmapped voids like old mine workings, and cameras that will let vehicles ‘see’ around corners are just some of the developments already taking place in the UK.
It's almost time for Cambridge Summer Music to fill the city with sound – showcasing the best of classical, jazz and world music – it’s time to earmark your favourite concerts and secure your seats before they sell out.
TeraView, the pioneer and leader in Terahertz technology and solutions, is pleased to announce that Professor Sir Michael Pepper, TeraView's co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer, has been awarded the Institute of Physics Isaac Newton Medal and Prize - given for world-leading contributions to physics.
Environmentally concerned Cambridge youngsters who set up Britain’s first schools eco-council will travel to Westminster on Monday (15 July).
The objective for true-wireless earbuds is to create a seamless integration with us and our music. They are inconspicuous by design and as they get more compact, it will quickly get to the point where you don’t know if somebody has them in at all. But when it comes to the user experience (UX), nothing is simple.
A recent tweet by President Trump got Cambridge’s accuracy experts twitching. Did you spot the error? Scott Bradbury's Accuracy Consultant Sue Duraikan shares her accuracy tips.
CyanConnode Holdings plc, a world leader in Narrowband Radio Frequency (RF) Smart Mesh Networks, is pleased to announce that it has received a follow-on Nordic order worth €489,000.
Don't miss the opportunity to meet like-minded people from a diverse range of businesses at Creating Cambridge's popular BIG Summer BBQ , which takes place next Friday (19 July) - and help homeless young people in the process.
Could your business benefit from a market analysis around a new product, treatment or service? Local organisations are invited to submit project proposals for Cambridge Judge Business School’s Cambridge Venture Project (CVP 2019).
It may be hot outside, but that hasn’t stopped Cambridgeshire pupils dreaming up cool ways to decorate the mini moos they’ve adopted as part of a spectacular art event coming to the city next Spring.
New CEPT ECC recommendations pave the way for ubiquitous deployment of unlicensed 60GHz technology – including EU Type Approved CCS Metnet 60G mmWave Solution.
Start Codon, a new model of life science and healthcare business accelerator, has announced two appointments to its senior team. Daniel Rooke has joined as Partner and Head of Operations, and Sakura Holloway as Partner and Head of Diligence.
Sarah Austin of independent financial advice firm Martin-Redman Partners comments on the tax-efficiency of certain investments and how to ensure they are best-suited for your attitude to risk, goals and budget.
Privatisation of state-owned enterprises in IMF loan conditions can increase corruption through a ‘vicious circle’ of weaker institutions and increased incentives, says a new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School.
In a debate on cycling and walking in Parliament, Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner called on Highways England to up their game when it comes to considering the needs of active travellers.
Healx, the Cambridge (UK) technology company developing breakthrough treatments for rare diseases, is pleased to announce the appointment of Neil Thompson, PhD, as Chief Scientific Officer (CSO).
Communities with the greatest health challenges across the region are set to benefit from government funding awarded to run applied research projects, which can transform the lives of millions of people managing health issues.
Mark Sinclair, Head of Kleinwort Hambros Cambridge Office, comments on the last quarter and looks ahead to Q3: “Following on from the first quarter, the second quarter in 2019 continued to see global equity and bond markets rally."