News


The vertical farming market will exceed $1 billion by 2030, according to a new report by IDTechEx.

07-09-2020
Arm image_resized

The Arm Cortex-R82 is the highest performance Cortex-R processor, with 64-bit support and Linux-capability. Its real-time processor enables data processing where it is stored for next-generation enterprise and computational storage solutions, combining higher performance and access to greater memory with extensive Arm Linux and server...

07-09-2020
Nurse in PPE with hospital patient

A new international study has shown that treating severely ill Covid-19 patients with the steroid hydrocortisone improves their chances of recovery.

07-09-2020
backhanded acceptance of bribery money_illustration

A new study co-authored by Professor Raghu Rau of Cambridge Judge Business School finds that $1 in bribes is linked to $6 to $9 increases in the value of bribing firms, but the research punctures some common bribery beliefs.

07-09-2020

Cambridge residents will be able to calculate their carbon footprint and at the click of a button find city-specific top tips on how to live a greener life thanks to the new Cambridge Climate Change Charter which launches today (Monday 7 September).

07-09-2020
University of Cambridge PhD student Siddharth Swaroop

University of Cambridge PhD student Siddharth Swaroop has been announced a recipient of the 2020 Microsoft Research EMEA PhD Award, helping to support his final year of research.

07-09-2020
river scene

Have you got a big moment coming up? Whether it's an interview, a presentation, or an important meeting, this simple tip will get you ready to perform at your peak, writes Simon Hall...

06-09-2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has had huge knock-on effects on economies around the world.

 

04-09-2020
houses under construction

The Court of Appeal has recently confirmed (i) the correct interpretation of the term “out-of-date” in paragraph 11d of the NPPF and (ii) the proper application of local policies which are time-expired or fail to deal with the strategic issue of housing supply.

04-09-2020
aerial shot of Cambridge city

Trial measures to make it easier for people to travel around Greater Cambridge on foot and bicycle during the recovery from Covid-19 have now been implemented.

04-09-2020
Andrew Grant

Andrew Grant has been appointed as Interim Chief Executive of Cambridge City Council.

04-09-2020
test tubes

Johnson Matthey (JM) is to manufacture regulatory starting materials for Sarepta Therapeutics’ RNA technology-based clinical and commercial programmes.

04-09-2020

CyanConnode Holdings plc (AIM: CYAN), a world leader in Narrowband Radio Frequency (RF) Smart Mesh Networks, announces its audited results for the 15-month period ended 31 March 2020.

04-09-2020

New research has found that Indigenous knowledge is regularly underutilised and misunderstood when making important environmental decisions.

04-09-2020
Annie-Cavanagh_red-blood-cells_CC-BY-NC-4.0_HERO

Two large-scale genetic studies have identified the bulk of genetic variation that influences medically-important characteristics of our blood cells.

04-09-2020
Solar Together logo

Households across Cambridgeshire can now register for the chance to club together to buy and install solar panels at a reduced price.

04-09-2020

Local authority-owned law firm LGSS Law Ltd has reported a return to profit in 2019/20.

04-09-2020
cartoon 'It is not rocket science'

As you may be aware, there is currently an increase in attacks affecting the education sector.

04-09-2020
Senate House, University of Cambridge

The Collegiate University of Cambridge will be welcoming a record number of new undergraduates next month.

04-09-2020
a UK Highh Street

Could the pop-up shop provide a glimmer of hope for the retail sector? Real estate lawyer at Hewitsons, Alexandra Messham, asks: Can short-term lettings provide hope for the retail sector and are pop-ups, aka the “Airbnb of the retail world”, the way forward?

04-09-2020

Pages