The latest podcast from Cambridge Judge Business School focuses on technology at work at a time when many people are working at home. The podcast, which was recorded remotely, looks at the roles of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and other automation, and their short- and long-term effects on the workplace and skills development...
The Cambridge Index dropped 190.7 points or 0.8% to close at 23,169.0, as eight of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly losses to their share price.
Birketts has advised high-tech recruitment expert firm ECM Selection on the successful management buy-out by the new directors, Mr Dan Archer and Dr Keith Tan.
La Playa insurance, the Cambridge based boutique specialist insurance adviser, has joined forces with four other firms nationally as a founding member of Partners&, creating a new advisory business in the insurance marketplace.
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 describes how to round a number up or down to the nearest half (Microsoft Excel).
Few would dispute that business development is vital for your company's long term success. But ask 10 people in your company what business development is and, more importantly, how you do it, and you're likely to get 10 different answers.
This year, the Milner Symposium 'Building Collaborations to Transform Therapies' had to change tack and move from a physical to a virtual format. So did the documentation.
Two support packages will give greater job protection to thousands of researchers, scientists and technicians working at UK universities during coronavirus (COVID-19).
A Code of Practice has now been published to reinforce the importance of both landlords (Ls) and tenants (Ts), taking a collaborative approach to limit the damage resulting from the pandemic. At the moment it is merely voluntary and published as guidance only, however the guidance supplies details of best practices and should serve as a helpful...
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) has announced measures to collaborate with business, public sector and community organisations to help the region recover from COVID-19 and to stimulate further economic growth.
Independent research firm recognises AVEVA as a market leader among the 11 most prominent global APM solution providers.
Researchers evaluate how the new coronavirus rewires human proteins for its own replication, and identify several antiviral drugs ready for clinical trials.
A senior scientist at a Cambridge company has been nominated by his peers for his outstanding contribution to proactively and inclusively supporting colleagues and the wider scientific community.
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) has launched Present, a virtual showcase of some of the best work by students graduating this year from the faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS).
The value of the global composites manufacturing market is set to skyrocket, particularly as demand for clean transportation continues to increase. In the UK alone, it is predicted to be £12.5 billion by 2030. This growth is largely dependent on a workforce with the appropriate skillset, and TRB Lightweight Structures is investing in the...
A blueprint for Northstowe Town Centre has been approved by South Cambridgeshire District Council – including a vision for it to be ‘connected to nature’.
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) is to open the doors of another 13 shops, with the first phase of its reopening plan having been deemed a big success.
Tesco has announced an additional £2million for its COVID-19 Community Fund, forming part of its £52million package of support to help local communities tackling the Coronavirus outbreak, with £500 grants available for groups across the area.
On 26 June 2000, the UK and US governments announced simultaneously the completion of the first draft of the entire human genome – the first map of the three billion base pairs that make up human DNA.