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Stuart Wilkinson, Office Managing Partner at EY in Cambridge

The Software and Computer Services sector has consistently  issued the highest number of profit warnings in East Anglia, according to a report into the last 20 years of profit warnings in the region, released by EY today.   

09-12-2019
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Deaf children in East Africa are enjoying the gift of education thanks to college tutors who volunteer with a charity that improves the lives of young people.

09-12-2019
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Sieve Studio is delighted to be involved in a series of events from city law firm Talyor Vinters. 

09-12-2019

Norfolk-based Chell Instruments has been acquired by AIM quoted company SDI Group with funding provided by Chris Teale at HSBC.

09-12-2019
Students and tutor in a discussion group

If your company is considering a new venture, developing a new product, treatment or technology, expanding into a new market or would like assistance in developing a business or financial plan, and could benefit from some analysis from a bright and resourceful team of students, Cambridge Judge Business School would like to hear from you.

09-12-2019

UltraSoC has announced it will offer an open-source implementation of its industry-leading RISC-V trace encoder via the OpenHW Group.

09-12-2019

It's a big question in life - the balance between working hard and feeling good. So here's a thought from Simon Hall about something which might help...

08-12-2019
St Mary’s School’s production of ‘Mermaid’

Audiences entered an atmospheric fantasy world at the bottom of the ocean last week when Polly Teale’s 21st century adaptation of ‘Mermaid’, a play about growing up, the rise of self-consciousness and the loss of innocence, was brought to life by Senior School students at St Mary’s School, Cambridge in a radical new...

06-12-2019
Left: Photocatalytic panel exposed outdoor. The purple section is treated with a pollutant. Right: Three weeks later, pollutant has been degraded by the photcatalyst  Credit: Italcementi

An international group of scientists, including from the University of Cambridge, have developed a graphene composite that can ‘eat’ common atmospheric pollutants, and could be used as a coating on pavements or buildings.

06-12-2019
Banner for  ‘Guy Martin’s Great Escape’ on Channel 4, this Sunday (8 December), at 9pm.

The Great Escape film is considered to show one of the most iconic motorcycle stunts in movie history. Now, nearly 60 years later, Cambridge engineer Dr Hugh Hunt helps motorcycle racer Guy Martin prepare to recreate the jump – with a little help from physics.

06-12-2019
Child in hospital

A fundamental change in our understanding of the childhood kidney cancer Wilms' tumour is on the horizon, after the discovery of its earliest genetic root by scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and their collaborators. By comparing genome sequences from normal kidney tissue and tumours, the team identified patches of normal-looking...

06-12-2019
Dr. Jane Osbourn, OBE (centre) receives Scrip’s Lifetime Achievement Award

Mogrify Ltd, a UK company aiming to transform the development of cell therapies, received MSD’s Innovation Award at the 15th Annual Scrip Awards, and the Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Dr Jane Osbourn, OBE, Chair at Mogrify.

06-12-2019
Scientist in white coat and protective glasses at work in a laboratory

CMS, a speciality pharmaceutical company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, has signalled its confidence in the UK biotech and life sciences sectors through intended investment in early stage UK biotech and life sciences businesses, with support from AstraZeneca and Cambridge Judge Business School.

06-12-2019
Photograph shows left to right, Professor Antonios Mononis, Director, EAESS Research Laboratory and Dr Panagiotis Chatzakos, Regional Manager, TWI Hellas

Athens based TWI Hellas, the Greece office of international research and technology organisation TWI Ltd, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Research Laboratory of Energy Applications and Energy Saving Systems (EAESS), of the University of West Attica.

06-12-2019

The deadline for Incubyte's competition to win six months of free office space worth £10,800 has been extended to 20th January 2020.

06-12-2019
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Year 7 students from across the region joined the Wellcome Genome Campus to explore the role of DNA .

06-12-2019
  Blood plasma  Credit: Geralt

Proteins in our blood could in future help provide a comprehensive ‘liquid health check’, assessing our health and predicting the likelihood that we will develop a range of diseases, according to research published in 'Nature Medicine'.

06-12-2019
Engine blades_Whittle Lab

A rapid way of turning ideas into new technologies in the aviation and power industries has been developed at Cambridge’s Whittle Laboratory.

06-12-2019
Tuition at Cambridge TV Training

Impington Village College students have been learning practical media skills through a partnership with Cambridge TV Training.

06-12-2019
Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry: How Do I Get the Best Results?  book surrounded by Christmas decorations

Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry: How Do I Get the Best Results? published by the Royal Society of Chemistry is available now and should be on every analyst's wish list this Christmas...

05-12-2019

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