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Meet Cambridge , the official conference and events bureau for Cambridge, has celebrated two years of successful fundraising for a regional mental health charity, with an official cheque presentation ceremony.
Cambridge engineers whose inventions have had a lasting impact on society have featured in a new book titled 'The Life Scientific: Inventors'.
A new partnership between ThoughtRiver and Taylor Vinters has seen an automated customer review service be established.
This week Alastair Macdougall of NW Brown Wealth Management looks at the Liontrust Special Situations fund, an open-ended investment vehicle that operates within the UK All Companies sector.
A Cambridge College has held an event to showcase a selection of wines from China, with a tasting session led by an international specialist in the field.
The UK’s Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) is welcoming an increased focus on “enforcing” children’s rights, including measures to help protect them online.
Legal & General Surveying Services have launched SmartrSurvey, a first of its kind digital survey platform - with The Cambridge confirmed as the first lender to formally use the innovative system with its borrowers.
A remarkable World War II-era RAF Watch Office has been restored at Alconbury Weald near Huntingdon.
Repositive announced that its directory of over 5,300 preclinical cancer models is now available on Scientist.com, the world’s largest marketplace for outsourced R&D.
Understanding the motivational drivers for candidates is crucial when planning your recruitment process. Busy Bee Recruitment suggests a couple of the top job perks that could be offered:
Sarah Austin; Independent Financial Adviser of Martin-Redman Partners, discusses “Talk Money, Talk Pensions Week” which was held by the Money and Pensions Service last week with the aim of improving the 'financial wellbeing' of the public.
Kleinwort Hambros has today announced the launch of EVA, an interactive tool for exploring investment solutions with prospects and clients.
The Cambridge Index dropped 985.5 points or 3.6% to settle at 26760.3, as Index heavyweights such as Johnson Matthey and DS Smith posted weekly losses to their share prices.
A study commissioned by the Belgian government has found that if the UK were to leave the EU in a no-deal Brexit, 1.2 million jobs will be lost across Europe. And the UK will pay the largest price, losing almost 500,000 jobs.
A new nanomaterial developed by scientists at the University of Bath and University of Cambridge could solve a conundrum faced by scientists probing some of the most promising types of future pharmaceuticals.
When Jamie attended a holiday course he made a short video about Wicken Fen, pond dipping and the environment, and became the envy of his classmates!
The 2019 Breath Biopsy Conference – Owlstone Medical's community meeting for breath researchers – took place in Cambridge on 13th and 14th November.