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Analytik reports on pioneering work undertaken by Professor Welland’s group at the Nanoscience Centre in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge (UK) using a LM20 Microfluidizer to help produce high conductivity carbon nanotube films.
TeraView, the pioneer and leader in terahertz technology and solutions, is pleased to announce that it has begun a collaboration with the Russian Museum’s Technology Research Department in St Petersburg, Russia aimed at demonstrating the power and capabilities of terahertz imaging in art restoration.
PHG Foundation's new report outlines opportunities and issues posed by the increasing use of citizen generated data (CGD) to inform health, and especially to improve disease prevention in the UK.
To celebrate both races’ 10-year anniversaries, TTP Cambridge Half Marathon is joining forces with Muscular Dystrophy UK (MDUK) Town and Gown 10k to launch The Cambridge Festival of Running, taking place in October 2021.
Cresset, innovative provider of outstanding software for molecule discovery and design, announces the release of Spark™ V10.6. This release of the scaffold hopping and bioisostere replacement solution further supports the exploration of new...
Tim Middleton, Partner, and Elizabeth Egan, Paralegal at BDB Pitmans, explain the details of the government's Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) holiday - and the implications for prospective house buyers.
Birketts’ Family Team is warning 2021 could see a surge in demand for legal advice after figures showed there were more than 100,000 divorces in England and Wales in 2019.
Students at St Mary's School, Cambridge received a lovely video message from Simone Biles, the highly acclaimed Olympic gymnast from the USA, who was one of the women the school celebrated as part of Black History Month.
The Junior School Festival of Ideas 2020 inspired pupils at St Mary's School, Cambridge, with talks including 'the future of business' by Dr Ennaceur, 'the future of medicine' by Dr Rona Smith, as well as a talk by Dr Jay on 'the future of medical trials'.
Mum Josie Heal, 40, from West Cambridge, is set to join Santa and his elves for a festive run next month in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).
Wenyan Lu, Head of Mandarin at St Mary's School, Cambridge, became the 1st Prize Aspire-igen winner of the SI Leeds Literary Prize 2020 for her novel 'The Funeral Cryer'.
Speechmatics’ technology is now available for Genesys Engage and Genesys PureConnect to deliver accurate speech recognition technology at scale.
Today, Tech Nation, the growth platform for tech companies and leaders, launches a new report that reveals insights into the international talent landscape and provides an update on the Global Talent Visa for Digital Technology.
The importance to UK growth of investment in the health and wellbeing sector, which includes Life Sciences, a key economic driver in the East of England, has increased against a backdrop of COVID-19 uncertainty and a shift in investor priorities, according to EY’s latest UK Attractiveness Survey, which tracks the UK’s appeal as a destination...
With England halfway through its second national lockdown, the CBI is calling on the Government to take three steps today to power recovery tomorrow.
Items from Three Men in a Boat and Morons From Outer Space are among ten lots that are available to bid on right now as Griff Rhys Jones teases what’s in store when his mega Celebrity Bottom Drawer auction for EACH kicks off in just over a week.
UKRI has announced 10 university-led research projects - including one from Cambridge - that will receive £8 million in funding from the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund. The investment is part of the Enabling Research competition in the Smart Sustainable Plastic Packaging Challenge (SSPP). It aims to help tackle plastic waste in the UK....
GlycoVue, which combines glucose-responsive smart polymers with advanced holography and AI-enabled smartphone technology for diabetes self-management, has won the £20,000 first prize in the 2020 Cambridge Enterprise Postdoc Business Plan Competition.