Cambridge scientists have developed a new way to fortify shellfish to tackle human nutrient deficiencies which cause severe health problems across the world. The team is now working with major seafood manufacturers to further test their microencapsulation technology, or “Vitamin Bullets”.
The Cambridge Index advanced 883.81 points or 4.0% to close at 22803.9, as eight of the top ten Index heavy weights posted weekly gains to their share prices.
Community-led sports centres and independent pubs in South Cambridgeshire are eligible for £10,000 in non-repayable grants from the District Council, to help them and their local communities recover from lockdown.
CW (Cambridge Wireless) and Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority (CPCA) launch a new series of events introducing 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digital Twin technologies to business leaders in the region.
Smashtag has launched the latest version of its wireless temperature logger, targeted at short multiple trip users and automated data capture applications such as containers arriving into warehouses. The new logger is constantly broadcasting its signal to devices so data can be downloaded easier and at any time via the app. The data is sent up...
With 15 categories for companies, organisations and individuals, the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2020 will be another celebration of the region's amazing talent.
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 set a date using English words and formulas (Microsoft Outlook).
Bringing in business development consultants to work alongside your existing people can be a great way of igniting new opportunities.
You know that your Excel skills need a bit of work, but you don't have the time to book a whole day out for training. These three hour sessions (beginners & intermediate) delivered live online via Zoom are the perfect way to quickly get up to scratch.
Bamboo Systems, a provider of transformative ARM servers designed to power the next generation of net-zero data centers, today announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Bamboo Systems to its 2020 Emerging Vendors list in the data center category. This annual list honors new, rising, channel-focused technology suppliers that...
Join Cambridge Cleantech for a webinar tomorrow (Tuesday 21 July) on opportunities and challenges for cleantech companies considering a US expansion.
Cambridge Intelligence has released the latest major version of ReGraph, the graph data visualization toolkit for React developers.
Now more than ever, with the changing political and economic landscape, UK-based businesses need to drive competitive advantage by being innovative in bringing new products, systems and services to market, and creating their own Intellectual Property (IP).
Sphere Fluidics, a company developing single cell analysis systems underpinned by its patented picodroplet technology, and Heriot-Watt University, a specialist, pioneering Scottish University, today announced they have been awarded a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) grant from Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency.
The number of profit warnings issued by East of England listed businesses in the first half of 2020 (H1 2020) increased four-fold year-on-year, with 75% citing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to EY’s latest Profit Warnings report.
The ThinkCyber startup co-founded by Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus Tim Ward (PGDE 2016) was awarded a Fast Start UK business disruption grant to further develop its security awareness software Redflags.
Children and families can take part in an exciting online programme of free activities this summer.
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is to reopen a further 18 shops, with those that unlocked doors on Monday 6 July recording buoyant first day sales.
Newly-arrived pupils who speak English as an additional language (EAL) often make ‘mixed’ linguistic and academic progress during their first years in British schools, which need a proper framework to give them sustained support, a study suggests.