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Employers are being urged to take part in the Cambridgeshire wide annual travel to work survey.

15-10-2021

Software & IT Services (SITS) continues to be a strong sector. Research undertaken by the Prism team shows that M&A activity in the sector during the first six months of this year has increased by over 40% in the UK and by 22% worldwide, compared to the previous six months.

15-10-2021

Top 30 chartered business & accountancy firm Price Bailey has announced nine senior-level promotions in October, including two new Directors and seven Senior Managers.

14-10-2021
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Depression may be induced by genetics but environmental factors play a very important role. The latest research indicates that gut bacteria play a crucial part in the development of depression.

14-10-2021
Top prize for AlgoDynamix at Capgemini and Efma Financial NewTech Challenge 2021

AlgoDynamix wins top prize in the Wealth Startup category at Capgemini and Efma Financial NewTech Challenge 2021. The challenge features top Financial NewTech solutions and collaborative projects transforming the financial services industry.

14-10-2021

The CBI and 41 trade associations spanning the UK economy have issued a joint statement outlining how action by the Chancellor at the Budget to reform the current business rates system could unleash a wave of business investment across key government priorities, including net zero and levelling up.

14-10-2021
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For the first time, DNA mutations in liver cells have been identified that impact metabolism and insulin sensitivity in patients with liver disease. These mutations are specific to liver disease that is associated with obesity, type 2 diabetes, and chronic alcohol consumption.

14-10-2021
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Cells carrying mutations can out compete early tumours in the mouse oesophagus, so they never make it into cancers, new research has shown.

14-10-2021
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An essay on how digital natives may be best equipped as managers to respond to crises, written by Cambridge Judge PhD candidate Ariel de Fauconberg, is a Top-10 finalist in the student category of the Peter Drucker Challenge contest.

14-10-2021
Julie Moktadir, Head of Immigration at Stone King

Amid worker shortages, the government has introduced a temporary visa scheme for HGV food drivers and poultry workers, which opened this week (11 October).

14-10-2021
Dawn Oliver, the firm’s senior partner

Two new partners lead the latest promotions round at Harrison Clark Rickerbys (HCR) – real estate Worcester-based lawyer Nathan Guest, head of the firm’s plot sales team, and Katherine Hague, from the Cambridge private client team.

14-10-2021
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Birketts has built on its existing reputation for construction and engineering expertise with the hire of new Legal Director, Patrick Cooney.

14-10-2021

A 0.4% month-on-month (m/m) rise in GDP in August was a welcome improvement on the previous month’s small contraction, which was revised down. The August rise left the economy only 0.8% short of its pre-pandemic size. However, the economy faces headwinds which will make the remaining shortfall harder to make up.

13-10-2021

Cambridge Quantum (CQ) today announced the release of the world’s first toolkit and library for Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP). The toolkit is called lambeq, named after the late mathematician and linguist Joachim Lambek.

13-10-2021
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Arthur Rank Hospice Charity is delighted to have achieved gold accreditation in the Best Employers 2021 Awards.

13-10-2021
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Cambridge Cleantech is delighted to announce the final shortlist for its high-profile investment event Cleantech Venture Day, which will take place online on Thursday 21st October 2021. 

13-10-2021
Living Sport Winter Workplace Challenge powered by GoJoe

To keep employees active and benefiting from the great outdoors, Living Sport is inviting Cambridgeshire organisations to participate in its month-long event in November, to encourage more activity in the darker winter months.

13-10-2021
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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 issue that can provide tangible benefits to your organisation?  Local companies are invited to propose projects to Cambridge Judge Business School.

13-10-2021
CGI of new innovation park

A full planning application has been unanimously approved by South Norfolk Council for a new sustainable business park near Wymondham, just outside Norwich, creating flexible space for workshops and offices for the employment of over 300 people in modern, energy efficient and low carbon surroundings.

13-10-2021

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