The results of a series of lab experiments demonstrate why Xaar’s TF Technology ink recirculation, invented more than a decade ago, still sets the benchmark for industrial inkjet recirculation techniques today to deliver a wider window of operation for users.
Birketts’ staff are celebrating an incredible work milestone for their longest-serving colleague, Angie Long, who has worked at the firm for 50 years this week.
South Cambridgeshire businesses that were forced to close their doors during this month’s national lockdown can now apply for new Government grants that are being distributed by the District Council.
It has been a difficult year for many UK manufacturers, with the COVID-19 pandemic and dual challenge of keeping staff safe while coping with significant market and supply chain volatility. Despite these challenges, multi-award-winning manufacturer of industrial coding, marking, and digital printing technology, Domino UK, is celebrating...
A new video contact system giving parents the ability to have precious virtual contact with their babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) was launched earlier than planned due to coronavirus.
For many businesses, the culture of the company is more important than ever. It is a powerful tool that can help to maintain a high level of productivity with its employees.
High volume recruitment may not seem like a hot topic right now, but plenty of businesses around East Anglia have had to continue recruiting throughout lockdown, and some of them have had to do so on a massive scale.
18 November 2020, London, New York: AlgoDynamix, the leader in behavioural based forecasting for financial markets, announced today the launch of powerful new Quantum Computing capabilities.
The bane of both customers and patients, one module per platform has become the typical approach of many digital service providers. This approach only increases cost, lead time, and complication. But Priority Digital Health (PDH) isn’t like any other digital service provider.
NEW YORK and MAINZ, GERMANY, November 18, 2020 — Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE today announced that, after conducting the final efficacy analysis in their ongoing Phase 3 study, their mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine candidate, BNT162b2, met all of the study’s primary efficacy endpoints.
Team Coaching Boutique (TCB) would like to welcome its two new Senior Associates, Deborah Russell and Elena Hinova.
Blue Smile was delighted by the help received from a local company, DS Smith, to make it possible for children struggling with difficult emotions to have Covid-safe access to the play materials they use during their 1:1 sessions.
Timestrip®, the developer of smart indicator technology, has released two new ranges designed to be used with the latest coronavirus vaccines now becoming available. The indicators track temperature and time, and will ensure that vaccines are fresh when administered to patients.
The roll out of digital signalling – set to improve safety and slash delays – has been accelerated through £1.2 million of new government funding announced by Rail Minister Chris Heaton-Harris today (November 18).
Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC), the venture capital investor enabling visionaries to build global, category-leading companies in the Cambridge ecosystem, is pleased to announce that it has co-led a £7.1M Series A investment in Seldon, the Open Source DevOps company providing enterprises with the tools to manage, serve and...
University of Cambridge sensor technology spin-out Sorex Sensors has announced the appointment of Martin Frost CBE to its board as a non-executive director. He is a co-founder and former CEO of surgical robotics company CMR Surgical, which he helped take from start-up to global commercialisation in just six years.
Top 100 law firm Birketts has advised one of the UK’s leading hospitality businesses, Chestnut, on its acquisition of high profile Essex-based inn, The Cricketers, for an undisclosed sum.
Targeted action to boost skills and develop physical and digital infrastructure is vital if the East of England is to build back better from the economic ravages of coronavirus, says a new report from the CBI.
Researchers have developed environmentally friendly materials that could harvest enough energy from indoor light to power wireless smart devices.