In Team Consulting's first blog of this series, it discussed how connecting your medical device to digital services in the cloud can introduce risks such as exposure of data, unauthorised control and denial of service...
Congratulations are in order for Isla Heras, a pupil at St Mary's Junior School, Cambridge who did a sponsored walk every day during half-term to raise money for HoverAid, a charity which takes doctors and medical supplies to remote parts of Madagascar. She dressed up in fancy dress each day and, together with her Mum, raised over £900, an...
In her regular series for Cambridge Network members - now in its 15th year - software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she explains how to magnify part of a picture on your slide (Microsoft PowerPoint).
Project DELTA aims to diagnose up to 50% of cases of oesophageal cancer earlier, leading to improvements in survival, quality of life and economic benefits for the NHS.
Cambridge Network's Virtual Jobs & Careers Fair this Thursday 16 July promises practical assistance and support for anyone looking for a job or a change in career.
A team of scientists is investigating drug combinations in a bid to prevent pulmonary fibrosis in the lungs that causes irreversible damage in some COVID-19 patients.
Spirea Limited, a spin-out from the University of Cambridge founded to deliver the next generation of antibody drug conjugate (ADC) therapeutics for the treatment of multiple cancers, has today announced that it has closed a seed investment round, led by Meltwind and Start Codon.
Avacta Group plc, the developer of Affimer® biotherapeutics and reagents, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a collaboration with Integumen plc to evaluate recently generated Affimer reagents that bind the SARS-COV-2 spike protein for the detection of the coronavirus in waste water, to provide a real-time alert system to warn of...
The London markets may have felt the absence of new issuers in Q2 2020, but those already listed flocked to the market to raise capital amid the COVID-19 lockdown, according to EY’s latest market tracker IPO Eye.
It doesn’t take a genius to notice that people aren’t quite themselves, and despite the fact we are unlocking, there remains a huge amount of nervousness.
The Press has been speculating again recently about the Ministry of Justice and a possible change to the law concerning the rules on Will signing during the pandemic. Alexandra Francis of Hewitsons explains.
A two-day virtual event to introduce buyers from the US, Europe and the UK to Cambridge’s unique facilities for hosting conferences and events has taken place, attended by Meet Cambridge.
It’s an unprecedented time for diagnostics – Team Consulting highlights the need to maintain its current high profile beyond the pandemic.
Howes Percival has acted for Bossick Enterprises Ltd and Bossick Hotels Ltd in relation to the acquisition of The George Hotel in Easingwold, North Yorkshire, which is a 18th century coaching inn, which has 15 bedrooms, a bar and an AA rosette restaurant and courtyard.
The events of this year have been unexpected to say the least. Coronavirus aside, even at a political level the last minute change in Chancellor before the Budget in March presented a surprise and so did the announcement of a further statement.
Cambridgeshire companies typically do well at the Queen’s Awards each year. Find out why your company should enter at a Cambridge Network webinar.
Now that the COVID-19 restrictions are easing and we are advised that we are able to return to our places of work, do we really need centralised offices?
Business development vs sales is a hot topic right now as the world sinks into recession.
New look Catherine Jones of Cambridge is open for business, after over 100 days of lockdown!
BioMed Realty, a Blackstone portfolio company, has completed the lease-up of its landmark scheme at the Babraham Research Campus in Cambridge, underlining the strength of Britain’s life sciences sector.