Top 100 UK law firm Birketts has appointed Deborah Carrivick as a Partner in its renowned Private Client Team.
As people are urged to stay at home again under new National Lockdown restrictions, South Cambridgeshire residents and businesses struggling during the pandemic are reminded of the support available to them via the District Council.
Researchers from Cambridge’s Construction Information Technology (CIT) Laboratory will lead on the digitalisation of the European road network as part of a collaborative project to improve road safety, increase capacity and reduce maintenance costs.
The latest lockdown has demonstrated more than ever that it’s imperative schools, councils, charities and learners in general have access to laptops and PCs. Can you help Veritas Digital Services’ Laptops4Learning campaign and donate redundant devices?
A renowned expert in optics and the biomechanics of the eye has joined Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) as Deputy Dean for Research and Innovation at its Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care (HEMS).
Patients across the UK who are admitted to intensive care units due to COVID-19 are set to receive a treatment that can reduce the time spent in hospital by up to 10 days, an international study supported by the National Institute for Health Research has found.
R4DAR Technologies, based at St John's Innovation Centre - which specialises in geo-location sensor technology exploiting next generation imaging radar - is one of 28 winners of a £2 million transport location data competition run by the Geospatial Commission in partnership with Innovate UK.
The University of Cambridge has been awarded £3m from the AHRC's Capability for Collections Fund to invest in equipment and refurbishment that will enable researchers from across the UK and worldwide to undertake...
Furloughed Stansted Airport staff have put their skills to good use in the community during the pandemic, amassing more than 7000 volunteering hours since March 2020.
Leading regional law firm Birketts has appointed new Senior Associate Jonathan Insley to its Employment Team.
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is calling on postdoctoral researchers, research associates and other early career researchers to join its new Early Career Researcher Forum.
There are few businesses that have not been adversely affected by the pandemic, which has resulted in previously well run, profitable and solvent businesses facing an uncertain future, largely through no fault of their own.
Since founding in 2019, Biofidelity has received much recognition for its ground-breaking work developing cancer diagnostic tests that can be carried out in labs across the world. With funding established and plans to expand the team, their workplace needed to be adapted to accommodate future growth.
The latest lockdown sees the UK placed under the most restrictive measures which, sadly, will affect a great proportion of the equestrian community. Here is what you need to know about the latest regulations and how it will affect you:
If you run your own business or have a leadership role in an organisation, it makes sense to have a social media strategy - because posting with a purpose and speaking with an authentic voice can help individuals and brands stand out from the crowd.Here’s how to get serious with your social media strategy.
The Tympa System, a world-first all-in-one hearing assessment device, wins a 2020 GOOD DESIGN award.
Local BBC radio has been the friend, agony aunt and shoulder to lean on for many listeners throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. And now as schools return to online learning once more, it’s time to be there again by relaunching the Make a Difference: Give a Laptop campaign to help provide access to laptops and devices for children and young people...
Avacta Group plc, the developer of innovative cancer therapies and diagnostics based on its proprietary Affimer® and pre|CISION™ platforms, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a licence agreement with POINT Biopharma Inc., to provide access to Avacta’s pre|CISION technology for the development of tumour-activated...
Competition for investment is set to intensify after the UK markets closed last year with a flourish of activity, which is predicted to continue in 2021, according to EY’s latest market tracker IPO Eye.
Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner has welcomed the news that the sale of Arm will be investigated by the Competitions and Markets Authority which is a move that he has consistently called for since the announcement of the tech company’s $40 billion sale from SoftBank to Nvidia.