Bit Bio, a Cambridge-based synthetic biology company combining data science and biology to code cells for the wellbeing of humanity, has announced the close of a $41.5 million Series A investment, bringing the company’s total funding to $50 million.
Local businesses and residents are being asked to donate their unwanted computer equipment and devices so that more households in Cambridge can get online.
The NIHR/UKRI COVID-19 rapid response initiative was established in February to address urgent needs in the face of the growing pandemic.
New webinars hosted by Cambridge Network in its ongoing series look at the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis, and consider the future for financial markets - and investors. Both sessions feature experts from Network member companies.
People from across society are being invited to share their stories of lockdown as part of a digital archive being produced by Anglia Ruskin University (ARU).
The Cambridge Index dropped 1313.3 points or 5.5% to close at 22374.4, as nine of the top ten Index heavy weights posted weekly losses to their share prices.
IT services at Milton Keynes University Hospital (MKUH) are now running at ground breaking speeds of five Gigabytes per second (Gbps), thanks to a future proofing digital transformation delivered by CityFibre and local ISP, Boxx Communications.
Meet Cambridge’s conference and events venues are acknowledging the support of the UK’s official body, the Meetings Industry Association (mia), for its expert guidance and lobbying for the sector during the current Coronavirus pandemic by renewing their membership.
Nine grant winners - including two from the University of Cambridge - have been revealed as the latest recipients in UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI's) Digital Security by Design programme, which aims to help the tech infrastructure of UK organisations and digital devices be more resilient to cyber attacks.
National Parks UK has selected Rubber Cheese as their digital partner to develop a new responsive website to help everyone be more outside.
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 shares an intuitive keyboard shortcut to mark your email as though you haven't read it yet (Microsoft...
Men's Health Week is celebrated annually during the week leading up to Father’s Day. The purpose is to raise awareness of health issues that disproportionately affect men and encourage them to do something about it.
Novahub provides managed WiFi infrastructure and services to a large exhibition and events venue used by large corporate organisations across a range of sectors for events such as product launches and promotions, training days and team building experiences.
2,6-DPPEAQ, a highly stable redox active material for aqueous flow batteries available in the UK.
Feedback plc, the specialist medical imaging technology company, announces that it has conditionally raised £5.05 million through a placing and intends to provide qualifying shareholders with the opportunity to subscribe to raise a further £540,000.
AT247 delivers significantly accelerated absorption of insulin compared to best in class treatments NovoRapid® and Fiasp®.
AstraZeneca has reached an agreement with Europe’s Inclusive Vaccines Alliance (IVA), spearheaded by Germany, France, Italy and the Netherlands, to supply up to 400 million doses of the University of Oxford’s COVID-19 vaccine, with deliveries starting by the end of 2020.
Dante Labs, a pioneer and leader in genomic testing, Cambridge Cancer Genomics (CCG.ai), a software developer specialising in data-driven precision oncology, and Nonacus, a provider of genetic testing products for precision medicine and liquid biopsy, today announced that they have signed a collaboration agreement.
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) has been chosen to provide educational training to seven police forces as part of a major overhaul of police officer training in England and Wales.
From today (Monday 15 June), all outpatients and visitors at Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie Hospitals will be required to wear a face covering when inside the hospital premises. In addition, all clinical and non-clinical staff will also be required to wear a medical grade mask.