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In her regular series for Cambridge Network members - now in its 15th year - software training expert Karen Roem offers handy tips to help you 'Tame your computer'. This week she transform your documents into interactive presentations, reports or newsletters (Word for Microsoft 365)....

10-05-2021

In an exceptional year, 2020 saw Jagex donate more than £445,000 to its charity partners thanks to the amazing support from its player communities in RuneScape and Old School RuneScape – the largest donation the company has been able to make in its 20 years of operation.

10-05-2021

Johnson Matthey (JM), a global leader in sustainable technologies, announces a further strategic development in the commercialisation of eLNO® , its portfolio of leading nickel rich advanced cathode materials.

10-05-2021
Cambridge scientists are among the new Fellows announced by the Royal Society.

Cambridge scientists are among the new Fellows announced by the Royal Society.

10-05-2021
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Ready to get back in the office? Or should it be, is your office ready for your return?!  After months of working from kitchen tables, beds or the sofa, there are a few practical things to consider for making your office return Covid-safe for you and your teams. 

10-05-2021
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The Onespacemedia team is thrilled to have been awarded silver at the 2020/21 SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards for 'Website of the Year'.

10-05-2021
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If you’re planning to hire an EU national or if you’re an EU national looking to work in the UK, the following rules now apply regarding Settled Status.

10-05-2021
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Villiers Park event will explore how Cambridge employers can approach talent acquisition differently to access a more diverse workforce.

10-05-2021
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It sounds too good to be true, but it isn't. In the world of communications, you can achieve more by doing less. And here's how, writes Simon Hall...

10-05-2021
Pastonian 'Poddy' Podcast launches

St Mary's School alumna Helena C. joins host Emma Hanbury, the school's Development and Alumnae Relations Manager, to discuss all things life and St Mary's on the very first episode of its new podcast - Pastonian Poddy.

08-05-2021

As employers, many of us will have been in the position that we’ve made a job offer to what we believe is the perfect candidate but two days later they come back to us to say that they’ve been offered a better role internally or more money with their current employers.

08-05-2021

In partnership with the UK-Israel Tech Hub at the British Embassy, Taylor Wessing has launched the VC Club – an exclusive invite-only platform that will facilitate bilateral relationships between VCs and investors from both countries. 

07-05-2021
Team's virtual stand

Team Consulting says: "We miss seeing our friends at industry events. Though we’d much rather be meeting you in person, we thought we’d bring Team Consulting to your desktop instead."

07-05-2021
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PA Consulting (PA), the consultancy that’s bringing ingenuity to life, announces the organisations participating in its ninth annual Raspberry Pi competition, with representatives from Anglia Ruskin University, Rolls-Royce, and Nationwide among the panel of judges.

07-05-2021
Empty pores visible in a polymer film, where droplets were printed, trapped and released.

Cambridge engineers have demonstrated – for the first time – the digital inkjet printing and self-organisation of microdroplets on fluid surfaces to create structures of functional materials. 

07-05-2021
Dr Stella Pachidi, University Lecturer in Information Systems at Cambridge Judge Business School

Dr Stella Pachidi of Cambridge Judge Business School, who focuses on digital business and artificial intelligence, is named by publication Poets & Quants to its 40 Under 40 list of talented young professors teaching in MBA programmes around the world.

07-05-2021
  One of the letters is dated December 17th, 1913, from ‘Grand Hotel, Auckland, NZ’ and the other is dated July 21st, 1914, in an envelope post marked ‘London July 24 ‘14’ with both addressed to ‘James Dixon Esq, Suva, Fiji.’  The first letter starts 'New Zealand isn't so bad, I wandered into a shop and found a few passable and possible books.... to prevent quarrelling, I send a book to each. But as an antifeminist I believe in the family as a unit... But I trust that not even Mrs Dixon has read all. And, o

Two autograph letters signed by English poet, Rupert Brooke, sold for £9,058 at the Cheffins Library Sale yesterday (Thurs), at the firm’s sale rooms in Cambridge. The letters, which had a pre-sale estimate of £4,000 - £6,000, were bought by a UK-based trade buyer online.

07-05-2021
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Audio Analytic is excited to have contributed a lecture to Harvard Professor Vijay Janapa Reddi’s course on Tiny Machine Learning (TinyML), alongside other industry experts from Google, Qualcomm, Microsoft and more.

07-05-2021
Associate Danielle Francombe (left), interviews Emily Ball on her legal apprenticeship

Associate Danielle Francombe interviews Emily Ball who is completing a legal apprenticeship at Stone King.

07-05-2021
Laboratory training

Did you know Anthias Consulting can provide any of its analytical training courses onsite, just for your company?

07-05-2021

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