Ellan Rankin from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) has won a major national award, which comes with the opportunity to publish a book with Hodder Children’s Books, an imprint of Hachette Children’s Group.
The A10 between Ely and Cambridge is a vital corridor for business in the region, but it is also notorious for being constantly congested and unpredictable.
COVID-19 is comparable to climate and extinction emergencies, say scientists from the UK and US – all share features such as lagged impacts, feedback loops, and complex dynamics.
Cambridge engineers have begun a three-year research programme to help speed up the manufacture of metallic 3D printed parts and products, by using computer-generated holography.
Despite a one year delay to its implementation the impact of IR35 has already been widely felt, with the engineering industry already being turned on its head...
Vin Bange speaks with WIRED on data collection in pubs and bars, and the NHS Test and Trace scheme.
International law firm Taylor Wessing has advised Perpetual Altruism on the launch of its new digital collectible auction house, Cryptograph.
As part of District Council plans for a green recovery as we emerge from lockdown, South Cambridgeshire’s communities are being further supported to tackle the climate crisis with £100,000 additional funding for grass roots projects.
Cerevance, the Cambridge Science Park based pharmaceutical company, has reconfigured its workplace to enable employees to return to work safely.
An intensive care specialist at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Charlotte Summers has spent the past few months dealing with the biggest challenge of her career. And after long, exhausting days, the weekly Clap for Carers caught her by surprise.
A team of three PhD students has been awarded business-led innovation funding by Innovate UK. Jennifer Ward George, Victor Parchment, and Alex Tsompanidis will work together on an inventive software platform known as SOAP to help control the spread of COVID-19 in displaced communities and refugee camps.
There have been some amazing examples of agencies and businesses offering free support during the coronavirus crisis.
David Rapley, the visionary property pioneer behind Cambridge-based Rheebridge, is on the lookout for a new generation of property investment opportunities, following the successful sale of its 50% shareholding in award-winning Laragh House Developments.
The BBC has set out plans to transform its local services in England as it seeks to serve audiences better, respond to lessons learnt during the COVID-19 crisis and make savings to tackle its financial challenges.
Cambridge Network and Belbin are offering jobseekers a helping hand, as everyone who signs up to attend the Network's Virtual Jobs and Careers Fair on Thursday 16th July can benefit from the insights of a Belbin Self-Perception report.
Small Cell Forum (SCF) has announced the winners of the SCF Small Cell Awards for 2020, recognising and celebrating excellence, innovation and achievement in every aspect of the global small cell industry as it transitions to the 5G era.
Domino Printing has announced the appointment of Alberto Sanson as Chief Information Officer (CIO), following the retirement of Dick Wallin who led the company’s IT team for the past 20 years.
Form the Future is refreshing its website and wants to hear from its primary audience, young people, to explore and learn from their ideas. Next Friday 10th July, its team is hosting a virtual Website Hackathon.
Photographs for an online gallery at this year’s Open Cambridge weekend (11th – 13th September) are now being accepted in an open call to the public.
Marshall Advanced Composites has received an order worth £890,000 from Honeywell for 21 sonobuoy launch carousel assembly units.