Jonathan Shieber of Tech Crunch writes about Bit Bio's technoloigy and its latest funding round.
John Carroll of Endpoints News writes about Bit Bio's recent funding round.
As part of its ongoing series of free webinars, Cambridge law firm Stone King, a top three firm for charity law in the UK, is hosting three in one week to support charities.
A vibrant, well-connected and sustainable new neighbourhood with up to 1,200 much needed new homes and community facilities is set to be created on the eastern edge of Cambridge in the coming years.
A Tech Nation webinar next Wednesday (17 June) takes a virtual delve into the data behind the country's most exciting industry and explores why the tech sector in the East of England continues to thrive.
South Cambridgeshire’s small businesses have just over a week left to apply for a share of around £1.25 million in Government grant funding, to help them recover from the impacts of Coronavirus.
Analytik reports how the renowned Quadram Institute (Norwich, UK) has invested in a ZetaView Nanoparticle Tracking Analyser to help its team develop a new approach for vaccine delivery based on engineering the natural ability of resident gut bacteria to generate nanoparticle sized Outer Membrane Vesicles (OMVs).
If ever there was a data point that confounded the collective investment community, it was the May figure for the US non-farm payrolls. Released in the first week of June, it was supposed to confirm the expectations of another dramatic loss in jobs across the world’s largest economy – 7.5 million job losses to be exact. The figure came out as 2...
Histon Road in Cambridge will be closed to all inbound motor vehicles from 29 June as work to transform public transport, walking and cycling journeys along the road moves to the next phase.
Allia works with Jimmy’s and New Meaning Foundation to design, build and install much needed community housing in the city.
Stories are at the heart of the best communication. In this short video, Communication Coach Jon Torrens explains how to use them.
Researchers have identified two brain phenomena that may explain some of the side-effects of ketamine. Their measurements of the brain waves of sheep sedated by the drug may explain the out-of-body experience and state of complete oblivion it can cause.
The redevelopment of Waterbeach Barracks and Airfield reached another milestone this week with the approval for the Design Code which ensures the quality of the vision will be delivered throughout the first phase of development, and provides the template for review and update across later phases of development.
Dr Gosia Trynka, Group Leader at the Wellcome Sanger Institute, has been awarded the 2020 Leena Peltonen prize by the European Society for Human Genetics (ESHG). This prize is given every two years to an outstanding young researcher in the field of human genetics.
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is looking for new council members.
"The market for 5G will reach about $720 billion by 2030," says Dr Luyun Jiang, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, who discusses the findings of its new report '5G Technology, Market and Forecasts 2020-2030'.
Tech Nation, the growth platform for tech companies and leaders, announces the new Net Zero growth programme. The programme is designed to support tech companies that are building a greener, cleaner, and more sustainable future, and helping the UK reach its goal of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Three leading NHS Trusts in Cambridgeshire are collaborating on a COVID-19 vaccine trial which has been developed by the University of Oxford.
In this short video, Communication Coach Jon Torrens explains how to engage your audience by showing your motivation when you speak.
An unstoppable force meets an immoveable object: The figures reflecting the Coronavirus impact on the real economy are staggeringly bad – they represent an immoveable object. Yet global equities are up over 20% from their March 23 trough – technically a new “bull market” – on hitherto unimaginable levels of monetary and fiscal stimulus, which...