Working with Strem Chemicals UK to market their exciting new materials, Strem's colleagues at DZP Technologies have released a unique one-part aqueous silver conductive adhesive which forms a flexible bond after curing at 120°C called SA0850. The conductive bond has excellent chemical stability once cured.
Law firm Hewitsons has further strengthened its Residential Property team with the appointment of Senior Associate Simon Cooper.
The childhood home of Patrick Steptoe, one of the three IVF pioneers who achieved one of the greatest scientific breakthroughs in recent times - the birth of the world’s first ‘test-tube’ baby – has been commemorated with a Blue Plaque.
The next event on Tuesday 14th May is hosted by the Cyber Security & Networking Research Group, Anglia Ruskin University, British Computer Society (BCS) Cybercrime Forensics Special Internet Groups, UK Cyber Security Forum Cambridge Cluster and OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) Cambridge Chapter.
The University of Cambridge Department of Engineering has launched a new information engineering course for second year undergraduate students with a focus on autonomous driving.
Have you ever wondered what the first flower looked like or why bananas don’t have seeds? These are just two of a range of topics that will be covered in Cambridge University Botanic Garden’s ‘talking tent’ at its annual Festival of Plants.
If you need to get your message across as powerfully as possible, and are struggling with how, try thinking about more than just words - so writes Communications Consultant Simon Hall in his latest blog...
How well do you think you know yourself? There's one simple question it's vital to answer if you want to get the best from your brilliant brain, writes Communications Consultant Simon Hall.
A talk which will give a fascinating insight into the causes, diagnosis and the future of dementia is being opened to the public.
Royal Mail reveals Johnson Matthey's (JM’s) three-way catalytic converter as one of ten new unique stamps to mark Britain’s long and proud history of engineering excellence.
Antenova Ltd, manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules for M2M and the Internet of Things, is now shipping its latest positioning antenna – Raptor, which achieves an extraordinary level of accuracy in the GNSS bands – pinpointing location to within centimetres.
After 22 years of success at technology manufacturer Domino Printing Sciences—including managing the sale of the FTSE250 company to Brother Industries in 2015—CEO Nigel Bond, 61, has passed on the management baton following his retirement at the end of March 2019. Robert Pulford, previously Managing Director of Domino’s Digital Printing...
A student nurse has won £5,000 to develop an app to help healthcare workers deal with the trauma they face on shift on a day-to-day basis, as part of Anglia Ruskin University’s The Big Pitch competition.
Staff at law firm Hewitsons are gearing up for a two-day, 125-mile charity bike ride – the third annual Tour de Hewitsons.
Taking a simple fitness MOT test could help older people in South Cambridgeshire keep doing the things they enjoy.
Arecor Limited, the specialty pharmaceutical company leveraging its innovative and proprietary formulation technology, Arestat(TM), to develop superior treatments for a range of disease areas including diabetes, today announces that it has signed a collaboration with a new major global pharmaceutical partner.
Aniken Graphics, a joint venture between Hamillroad Software, a UK based prepress software company, and Apex International, a global leader of anilox and metering products, is proud to announce Phototype Engraving Company, Inc. as a contracted partner for Bellissima DMS in the United States market.
So you’ve just passed your theory and practical flight tests and you’re now in possession of your shiny new Permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO) from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). So what comes next?
Babraham Investor Conference (BIC) is a must attend one-day conference for investors focusing on early-stage and scale-up life science and med-tech companies from across the UK and Europe. It takes place on Wednesday 15th May 2019 at the Babraham Research Campus, Cambridge, UK.
News summary here and embargoed until 3rd May 2019. It's sensitive and I want to see what happens when the summary is a reasonable length to see where the summary is placed relative to the image. The summary continues here and I do hope it looks good with those sailing dinghies in the evening sun.