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Mark Davis, CEO of Mologic

A group of philanthropic funds and investors led by the Soros Economic Development Fund (SEDF), with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is today announcing the launch of Global Access Health (GAH), a social enterprise that will seek to expand access to affordable state-of-the-art medical technology through decentralized...

19-07-2021
Scaffolding careers

With the announcement in March 2021 by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) that there would be 350,000 construction jobs created by 2028, many might look to turn to scaffolding as a rewarding career option. With currently 36,000 employees in the scaffolding industry, this is set to increase over the next five years.

19-07-2021
Alastair Hill, Co-Founder and CIO, Dotmatics

Dotmatics, a scientific informatics software and services company that is driving the automation of laboratory data workflows for scientific discovery and innovation research, announced support for the AWS for Health initiative from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to improve laboratory efficiency and accelerate the pace of scientific innovation by...

19-07-2021
Lawyer Emma Webster

The Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Bill is currently being considered by Parliament. If passed, what will it mean for your property? Emma Webster, Associate at Cambridge law firm Stone King LLP explains what landlords and tenants need to know.

19-07-2021
Chris Dunn in action

Everyone’s a consultant these days, or so it seems…

If you're interested in becoming a consultant, please check out the latest Cambridge Network blog.

19-07-2021
Cambridge Biomedical Campus  Credit: AstraZeneca

Connect: Health Tech, the University of Cambridge Enterprise Zone, has launched a roadmap, ‘Creating a University Enterprise Zone for Cambridge across the life and physical sciences’, that examines the challenges faced in futureproofing and sustaining the growth of the life sciences cluster to maintain Cambridge as a global centre of excellence...

19-07-2021
Intelligent Finrgerprinting's easy-to-use saliva-based lateral flow test allows rapid detection of the COVID-19 antigen.

Cambridge company Intelligent Fingerprinting, manufacturers of the world’s first and only fingerprint sweat drug test, has now developed an easy-to-use saliva-based lateral flow test for the rapid detection of the COVID-19 antigen.

19-07-2021
Smashtag temperature loggers range

Smashtag has launched a range of wireless Bluetooth temperature data loggers to complement its low cost temperature logger ‘Chill’ and now offers devices suited to more applications and environments. Smashtag Chill is still its leading product and this has also been enhanced by updated Apps for both Android and iOS which provide a full service...

19-07-2021
Cambridge Museum of Technology

Cambridge Museum of Technology, which opened its doors to the public in 1971, celebrates its 50th anniversary with a range of family activities this coming weekend.

19-07-2021

Over 70 attendees came together for the first TWI Innovation and Research: Project Pitching, Partner Matching and Brokerage event.

19-07-2021
Glass timer with sand running out

Julie Moktadir, Head of Immigration at Cambridge law firm Stone King, explains when late applications to the EUSS can be made.

19-07-2021
William Fox and James Stevens

Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT), the fundraising charity for Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals, is pleased to announce the appointment of two new trustees: William Fox, Portfolio Director at wealth management service provider, Cazenove Capital, and James Stevens, CEO of Ely-based nutritional ingredients supplier, Cambridge Commodities...

19-07-2021
Daniel Zeichner visits Xampla

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner visited the lab of University of Cambridge spin-out Xampla last week to see its science in action as the firm turns plant proteins into next generation plastic.

19-07-2021

A recent consultation by the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) indicates a welcome new direction for public and patient involvement (PPI).

19-07-2021
Roem tip time logo

In her regular series for Cambridge Network members - now in its 15th year - software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she describes how to turn on the underscored letter option (Windows 10).

19-07-2021
Krishna Solanki

With the help of Indie Cambridge - the community of ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its exploration of the best independent businesses, people, shops, cafés, restaurants, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Krishna Solanki Designs.

19-07-2021
King's College Cambridge with ducks on the wall

If you're telling a story, don't forget the power of pictures and how much they can enhance it, writes Simon Hall.

18-07-2021
Running kitchen tap_ Anglian Water

Anglian Water is swiftly moving along with the installation of 1.1million new upgraded water meters for homes and businesses across the region as part of a five-year project investing more than £180 million.

16-07-2021
Lab Innovations banner

Anthias Consulting is exhibiting at Lab Innovations on 3 - 4 November at the NEC in Birmingham.

16-07-2021
Archie Barker

100 years and counting with Archie Barker. Archie always wanted to work on aircraft and applied quite quickly for Marshall’s apprenticeship programme. He moved on from Marshall and now works at Bombardier. 

16-07-2021

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