A body of British citizen scientists, medical clinicians, academics, manufacturers and engineers has developed an alternative model of ventilator to support the Government’s drive to equip the NHS.
If you’re one of the thousands of employees who are being advised to work from home, Management Learning & Coaching Ltd may be able to help with some tips and ideas that have helped it run its business successfully for over 16 years.
Proposals are invited for short-term projects addressing and mitigating the health, social, economic, cultural and environmental impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak.
TWI has been approached by NHS England and The Royal Academy of Engineering to ask for volunteers to assist in a range of engineering requirements to enable to continued delivery of frontline healthcare services in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cambriege MP Daniel Zeichner will hold his first online school assembly for students across Cambridge during the coronavirus pandemic tomorrow (Friday 3 April) at 10am.
With the UK entering the ‘delay’ phase of their coronavirus plan and restrictive travel and quarantine measures being imposed, Stone King's Head of Immigration and Partner, Julie Moktadir, has addressed key concerns that organisations with sponsorship licences may have.
Three new female partners have swelled the senior ranks at Tees Law, a Top 200 law firm with offices in Bishop’s Stortford, Brentwood, Cambridge, Chelmsford, Royston and Saffron Walden. Letty Glaister, Eleanor Burroughs and Kay Piper’s promotions to the partnership mean that female lawyers now comprise the majority of the firm’s partners. In a...
With many people now working from home due to the coronavirus outbreak, employers face new challenges with managing workplace mental health. The HR Dept's latest blog addresses some of these issues.
The Scott Bradbury team have launched two new interactive accuracy challenges for April on their website. The monthly challenges are part of the usual offering from the training provider but these tests have been designed in an online format.
Leading medical device development companies have been asked by the UK Government to develop and manufacture ventilators at massive speed.
Intellegens, AI company with unique deep learning toolset for sparse data, and Optibrium™, leading providers of software and services for drug discovery, today announced they have reached a further significant milestone in their contribution to the Open Source Malaria (OSM) initiative.
A message to clients, both current and prospective, from Benjamin Sear, Managing Director at Indepdendent Financial Advice firm Martin-Redman Partners.
CRFS, a leading manufacturer of spectrum monitoring and geolocation systems, today announced the launch of its Spring Webinar Series. Subject experts from the company will be conducting interactive webinars covering a range of topics of interest to current and potential users of RF spectrum monitoring and geolocation equipment.
Illumine Training is committed to putting together value-adding virtual workshops that build on the many modules it already has. The team will adapt the material to your needs, respecting the demands of virtual delivery.
US2U Consulting is pleased to celebrate its 14th birthday - although this year, like the rest of the world, its team will be doing so in unusual circumstances!
This week Tech Nation surveyed leaders from 116 scaling tech companies to understand how the sector is being affected by the global pandemic and to help inform the Government on measures that can be taken to protect and support the thriving tech industry.
The Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) has launched the Digital Twin Hub (DT Hub), a new online community to promote best practice in digital twins for infrastructure and as a testbed for the Information Management Framework for the built environment to enable the future National Digital Twin.
TRB Lightweight Structures is working in collaboration with Hitachi Rail – a global transport specialist at the forefront of innovation in the rail industry – on major rail projects in the UK.
Five leading medical device companies - all based in Cambidge - have come together to help meet the need for ventilators during the coronavirus crisis.
Parliament needs new tech tools so MPs can scrutinise ministers, quiz experts and pass laws whilst observing social distancing. Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner has joined over 100 MPs from across the political divide to call for a digital parliament