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He picked up the burnt end of the branch and made a mark on the stone. Day 52 if the marks on the stone were accurate. He couldn't be sure. Day and nights had begun to blend together creating...

29-06-2020

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03-03-2020

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03-03-2020
The Life Scientific: Inventors book cover

Cambridge engineers whose inventions have had a lasting impact on society have featured in a new book titled 'The Life Scientific: Inventors'.

27-11-2019
St John’s College Hosts First Chinese Wine Tasting

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.

27-11-2019
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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.

27-11-2019
Men working with pens and notepads; laptop and set of scales on desk

A new partnership between ThoughtRiver and Taylor Vinters has seen an automated customer review service be established.

27-11-2019

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.

27-11-2019
A World War II-era RAF Watch Office restored at Alconbury Weald

A remarkable World War II-era RAF Watch Office has been restored at Alconbury Weald near Huntingdon.

27-11-2019

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...

27-11-2019
EU flags outside Brussels buildings with IWF logo inset

The UK’s Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) is welcoming an increased focus on “enforcing” children’s rights, including measures to help protect them online.

27-11-2019
The Meet Cambridge team presents a cheque to CPSL Mind, left to right: Laura Rayyan, Judith Sloane, Zoe Doherty (CPSL Mind), Kelly Vickers, Amy Beschizza and Natalie Silgram

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...

27-11-2019
inside the Judge Business School

Could your company benefit from a team of bright, motivated and committed young professionals who are able to bring their considerable skills and experience to bear on a real technology policy...

26-11-2019
A still from Jamie's video showing a ranger with a net kneeling by the side of a piece of water at Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire

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!

26-11-2019
2020 Breath Biopsy Conference banner

The 2019 Breath Biopsy Conference – Owlstone Medical's community meeting for breath researchers – took place in Cambridge on 13th and 14th November.

26-11-2019
thumbnail_Sophie Jackson, Dr Shreepali Patel and Professor Topun Austin with the AHRC award

A filmmaker from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) has won a prestigious national award for the best film on the topic of mental health or wellbeing.

26-11-2019
Cancer Diagnostic Technology European Summit 2020 Banner

Papers are invited for the Cancer Diagnostic Technology European Summit 2020.

26-11-2019
William Gyngell with his artwork on airplanes

A student at Cambridge Regional College took a VIP tour of an aircraft hangar at Stansted after impressing airline staff attending a jobs fair.

26-11-2019
Girl stares at mobile phone and looks upset

Dr Lilia Giugni, Research Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School and co-founder and CEO of GenPol, shares five insights everyone should know...

26-11-2019
Open door underneath an EXIT sign

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...

26-11-2019

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