XJTAG launches a million dollar product giveaway at Productronica to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the IEEE 1149.1 Standard for boundary scan.
Patients experiencing mild to moderate mental health issues could be managed effectively by GP practices, suggests new research from the University of Cambridge. This could also help reduce the stigma faced by these individuals. However, specialist treatment may still prove more cost-effective in the long term, say the researchers.
Cash savings platform, Insignis Cash Solutions, has moved office to St John’s Innovation Centre.The relocation comes as a result of the company’s phenomenal growth over the past year. The new facility will provide staff with much-needed space to accommodate astronomical growth.
The much talked about drone registration and education scheme, that requires all owners and flyers of drones to register and take an online test, opened for business this week.
RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2019-2029, the global annual survey of the RFID industry by analysts IDTechEx, reveals that in 2019 the number of passive RFID tags sold will increase by 13% over 2018.
Leading law firm, BDB Pitmans, is pleased to announce that it is relocating its Cambridge office from 51 Hills Road to 50-60 Station Road, in the heart of Cambridge’s re-developed city quarter. The new premises will be operational immediately.
With the help of Indie Cambridge - the community of ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its weekly exploration of the best independent shops, cafés, restaurants, people, businesses, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Backstitch.
Episode 15 of the business podcast Scaling, Failing & Prevailing talks to Jérome Joaug.
The 2019 Cambridge Music Festival - now underway - offers a hugely varied repertoire from Handel’s coronation anthems performed by the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, with the Academy of Ancient Music, to music that explores sound almost for its own sake with Gérard Grisey’s Talea, haunting and mysterious, performed by Explore Ensemble.
An unprecedented insight to the diverse range of species on the British Isles will be made possible by Wellcome funding to the Darwin Tree of Life Project.
EY has announced the promotion of Stuart Wilkinson to new Office Managing Partner in Cambridge to lead the office and continue its growth in the East region. He takes over the reins from Nick Gomer who is retiring from the business after 40 years.
Last Thursday (7 November) marked the beginning of a new era for sport at both Homerton College and St Mary’s School, Cambridge, with a special turf-cutting ceremony to launch their ambitious new Long Road development.
The Oxford-Cambridge Arc has the potential to create up to 1.1 million new jobs by 2050 if the required new infrastructure is delivered, according to new research from Savills. An additional 9.6 million sq ft (891,869 sq m) of office and R&D floorspace, plus the delivery of 69 million sq ft (6.410 million sq m) of warehouse accommodation...
Mundipharma joins AstraZeneca and LifeArc in providing funding for the continued development of the ‘Accelerate@Babraham’ initiative .
Cambridge Museum of Technology is delighted to have been named joint Large Museum of the Year at the Museums in Cambridgeshire Awards 2019.
Abcam plc (AIM LSE: ABC), a global leader in the supply of life science research tools, today announces that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Expedeon Ltd, Innova Biosciences Ltd and TGR BioSciences (the “Proteomics and Immunology business”) from Expedeon AG for a cash consideration of €120 million.
Cambridgeshire based commercial drone operator Ely Aviation has just closed the book on its most successful year yet.
42 Technology and Western Power Distribution (WPD) have today announced the successful completion of the first UK field trials for FuseOhm, a breakthrough in low-cost monitoring that could allow all Distribution Network Operators (DNOs) to monitor the performance of every low voltage electricity substation routinely for the first time.
One of Cambridge Network's founding directors, David Cleevely CBE FREng, has been appointed as Chair of the Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Committee, which oversees the highly successful Enterprise Hub. David will replace Ian Shott CBE FREng, the founding chair of the Enterprise Committee.
An undergraduate team behind Helia – one of the world’s most energy-efficient cars – aims to inspire the next generation of engineers when they take the electric car on tour around schools next summer.