Students who completed their studies at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) in 2020 will finally have the chance to officially graduate this month, as hundreds prepare to join ceremonies online.
UK small and medium-sized businesses selling on Amazon have created 175,000 jobs in the UK and last year achieved £3.5bn in export sales.
Researchers at Queen's University Belfast are using microfluidics to fabricate particles for the encapsulation of drugs and biologics for imaging, treatment and cell targeting.
Businesses should use the COVID-19 pandemic to pivot to better service rather than making excuses, says Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School.
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: Laird Hatters.
TWI is taking part in an Industry roundtable later this week, organised by Innovate UK to discuss how the UK can prosper from Net Zero. TWI industrial members are encouraged to attend to help define Innovate UK’s Net Zero priorities.
Have you missed going to conferences? Networking in person and chatting over coffee? It’s been a while since most of us have been able to due to the Covid crisis – and while we’re eager to get back to hearing expert tips, meeting peers, and checking out what’s for lunch, some may still be hesitant about the prospect.
Marshall Centre made it to the finals in four categories and its team was delighted to be awarded silver for Health and Wellbeing while General Manager, Dan Edwards, received a bronze award in the Leader of the Year category.
The art of storytelling explained... in one formative love story with a twist, writes Simon Hall.
Olena Vengerska has joined Salus Wellness Clinics as a fully qualified Beauty Therapist.
The lines between home life and work-life have become blurred so, the office is never more than a few clicks away. It can make it difficult for people prone to overworking or who use overworking as an unhealthy coping mechanism, to switch off.
A Stone King event next week will look at changes to DfE school requirements, including the ending of social distancing guidelines.
A call has gone out to businesses in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to share their first-hand experiences of Britain’s new trading relationship with the European Union.
What is innovative policing? And how can the Cambridge business community support and sustain it?
A 19th Century dispute between Zulu performers and a London showman provides the starting point for the latest Arrowood novel from Dr Mick Finlay of Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) – who draws upon his academic research in psychology, specialising in social issues, to form the basis for his books.
A regional travel agency continues to provide unwavering support for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) despite its industry being among the hardest hit by the pandemic.
The University of Cambridge is in talks with the United Arab Emirates about a potential strategic partnership. These ongoing conversations have emerged from a shared commitment to creating a more sustainable future by helping to solve some of the greatest challenges facing our planet.
Impact Women’s Network will be delving into ‘Storytelling with Data’ in the next #ImpactWednesday on 4th August 9:30-10:30am.
Meteor Inkjet Ltd, leading supplier of electronics, software, tools and services for industrial inkjet, further expands its product portfolio with drive electronics and software for Ricoh’s TH5241 industrial inkjet printhead.
Todd Research, one of the UK’s leading experts in X-ray security technology, is offering a thorough health check for X-ray scanners that have been dormant throughout lockdown, as well as guidance on what to consider before a scanner is switched on again. X-ray scanners are designed to be in constant operation and, if they are turned off for a...