A £2.7 million project to use artificial intelligence to adapt and personalise live radio, with the aim of transforming life for people living alone with dementia, will be trialled in Cambridgeshire by Anglia Ruskin University music therapists.
Prof David Rubinsztein at the University of Cambridge has been awarded more than £500,000 from leading dementia research charity, Alzheimer’s Research UK. The new funding will support research into a way to tackle diseases like Alzheimer’s by boosting the brain’s waste disposal system.
In her regular series for Cambridge Network members, software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she explains how to show totals above a table column that match specific criteria (Microsoft Excel)...
Prospects of bank support are affected by non-financial factors as well as by financial performance, says Forward Financials Limited.
Organisers believe Parklife 2019 – the free day of activities for all the family at Milton Country Park, which took place on Sunday (19 May) – was the busiest to date.
D&A Creative works with Allia to create a suite of marketing materials.
Sarah Austin of Independent Financial Advice firm Martin-Redman Partners comments on pensions for children, and some of the benefits and drawbacks they bring.
Adder Technology, a global specialist in connectivity and IP KVM, will showcase the multi-award winning ADDERLink™ INFINITY 4000 Series (ALIF4000) at InfoComm 2019;
Cambridge Filmworks has teamed up with the CRUK Cambridge Institute to produce a suite of new films about their research and cutting edge work in the fight against cancer.
In these days of email and instant messaging, writing well-structured messages to inform, guide and influence readers can be a minefield. Furthermore, email etiquette across countries can vary widely. Read Babel's blog for pointers to take into consideration when writing an email to a non-native recipient.
Greenwoods GRM LLP was delighted to advise on the Supreme Court case of R (on the application of Derry) (Respondent) v. Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (Appellant)  UKSC 19.
Mental Health Awareness Week has been in the media a lot this week, and it's great when you see companies helping to break down the stigma attached. This week Prior Scientific introduced two new mental health first aider into its workforce to help look after the wellbeing of its people.
Washable, wearable ‘batteries’: based on cheap, safe and environmentally-friendly inks and woven directly into fabrics, have been developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge.
Integrated marketing agency KISS has appointed Kathryn Sparrow as Account Director as part of its ongoing growth plan to meet new business requirements across the tech and science sectors.
The role of renewable energy within the farming mix is to be discussed at an Agri-Tech East meeting, ‘We’ve Got the Power; On-Farm Solutions to Energy Demands’ on 23 May, which is comparing experiences and considering new developments.
This interview is from the Personal and Business Growth podcast / vlog website, with James Woodworth. James has been with Salus Wellness for a long time and has a full private practice offering the Thrive Programme.
Arthur Rank Hospice is urging the Cambridgeshire community to ‘Help Us Be There’.
Twenty innovative start-ups will receive a bespoke package of support to help them achieve their goals.
CD coaching's Carole Douillot is offering a free life and career coaching session as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
A fantastic two years of fundraising by Ridgeons has resulted in a bumper donation of £51,253.78 to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).