New data released from Redgate’s annual State of Database DevOps report uncovers surprising new trends emerging for the healthcare sector.
Prototype Projects says: "We make prototypes but when a customer needed a boost in production, we delivered the goods. We've now produced over 1,000,000 parts which, given our remit as a prototyping company, is something of an achievement!"
TTP plc, a leading independent UK technology and product development company, has announced the opening of a brand new dedicated manufacturing facility at its HQ in Cambridge.
The 33 smallest islands of Greece are an idyllic place to examine the important link between competition and tax rise ‘pass-through’, says a new study co-authored by Christos Genakos of Cambridge Judge.
Newly-merged law firm HCR Hewitsons is celebrating promoting five of its lawyers to partner level.
For some, TikTok changed everything, propelling both individuals’ and companies’ organic content further, reaching new audiences they’d never imagined. However, in busy organisations - always strapped for time and staffing! - the idea of adding another platform to the roster is enough to bring you to tears. The answer, my friends, is Instagram...
After a year of unprecedented demand for counselling support, Evolve is looking for more new counsellors to work with their clients. Counsellors will work with both charitable and business clients, supporting their staff and providing mental health training and support as businesses try to find a new 'normal' after the upheaval of the pandemic...
When Magna International’s ICON Radar debuts on the Fisker Ocean next year, it will mark the first application of digital radar for driver-assisted technology.
Johnson Matthey (JM), as part of leading European consortium GAIA, has helped deliver a fuel cell power density of 1.8 W/cm2 @ 0.6V. This represents a 20 per cent increase versus state-of-the-art technology. This market-leading result marks a significant step forward for fuel cell technology and JM’s net zero aspirations.
Foxton residents have overwhelmingly voted in favour of a new Neighbourhood Plan that has been drawn up by members of the community. The plan sets out how the group wants to shape future development in the village – while also working to protect the local environment.
Healthwatch Cambridgeshire - local health and care champion for our area - is supporting local NHS and care organisations in a new community listening project. It is recruiting a team of ten Health Champion volunteers across Cambridge, South and East Cambridgeshire to help them improve how well services work for people. Volunteers will get an...
CN Bio, a leading Organ-on-a-chip Company (OOC) that designs and manufactures single- and multi-organ microphysiological systems (MPS), announced it has secured the licensing rights to a novel tool for modelling the gut microbiome, GuMI, from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Northeastern University.
In a show of its strategic growth ambitions, Cambridgeshire-based social media agency OST has announced a trio of promotions that reflect the ongoing evolution of the company as it establishes itself as one of the UK’s leading B2B agencies.
Is it time to say goodbye of some of the older PCs in your organisation?
For many it may be hard to comprehend that the benefits you offer your employees can play a positive part in the fight against climate change, but they can.
Nobel prize winning CRISPR technology to be applied in development of genetically engineered animal models.
The global pandemic weighed heavily on the real estate investment markets in 2020. According to JLL, travel restrictions resulted in greater domestic and inter-regional rather than cross-border investment over 2021, focusing on ‘desirable long-let, core type investments. This ‘flight to safety’ trend is a shift from a global market hungry for...
Xaar officially opened its new global headquarters in Cambridgeshire with a ceremony presided over by Chairman Andrew Herbert, CEO John Mills, CFO Ian Tichias and General Manager of the printhead business unit Graham Tweedale, alongside members of the team.
Academia and industry experts from the UK are exploring ways of converting carbon dioxide and waste into sustainable fuels and chemicals to meet net zero targets.
Anglian Water has launched a routemap which sets out in detail how the company will reach net zero carbon by 2030.