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Business confidence in the East of England rose 12 points to 24% during April – the highest level recorded since February 2020 – according to the latest Business Barometer from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.  

30-04-2021
.Monika is a Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist and a registered practicing Critical Care Nurse. She combines over 20 years of experience as a nurse with cutting edge science-based functional and lifestyle medicine. As a Nutritional Therapist she helps people get their health back using food, supplements (when needed) and lifestyle changes.

Monika Juszczak has joined Salus Wellness this month.

30-04-2021
cyber attack banner _Breathe Technology

You may be aware the DfE has again issued a warning to schools, regarding the high levels of Cyber Attacks on schools and MATs. A recent letter from Jon Gilbert, Chief Information Security Officer, explains the increased levels of Cyber Attacks.

30-04-2021
Chisholm-Trail-Close-up-photo-of-the-new-jetty

A jetty that will make it easier and quicker for people to ride or walk across Cambridge has opened today (Friday) as part of the flagship Chisholm Trail.

30-04-2021
Adam King

Cambridge, UK and Doune, Scotland - Award winning HARVEY maps for keen mountain walkers are now available digitally through Outdooractive, enabling Pro+ subscribers’ access to specialist Superwalker and British Mountain maps as a new option together with route planning, navigation and safety features, all in one robust...

30-04-2021
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Targeting a pathway that is essential for the survival of certain types of acute myeloid leukaemia could provide a new therapy avenue for patients, the latest research has found.

30-04-2021
BiologIC Technologies helps implement high-throughput heat inactivation of patient samples at Cambridge UK COVID-19 Test Centre. (Photo: Business Wire)

BiologIC Technologies, a pioneer in Industry 4.0 technologies for the bio-revolution, has collaborated with AstraZeneca and Electrolux Professional to implement a high-throughput solution for heat inactivation of patient samples at the Cambridge Lighthouse Laboratory. This solution renders the virus non-infectious, enhancing the safety,...

30-04-2021
IDTechEx future of transport graphic

Learning to drive is a coming-of-age moment many kids (and parents sick of being taxi services) dream about. But all of this - the tears, the tests, the parallel parking - could become relegated to the realm of nostalgia alongside VHS tapes and flip phones. This is due to the massive focus on automation sweeping the personal transport industry...

30-04-2021
Qualcomm RAN 5G platforms banner

Vodafone and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc have announced plans to join forces to develop the technical blueprint for more equipment suppliers to help build the 5G networks of the future using Open Radio Access Network (Open RAN) technology. The move aims to lower the entry barrier for many companies and drive diversification of network equipment...

30-04-2021
Rupert Brooke letters lead Cheffins Library Sale

Two autograph letters signed by English poet, Rupert Brooke, will lead the Cheffins Library Sale next week (Thursday 6th May), at the firm’s sale rooms in Cambridge. They have an estimate of £4,000 - £6,000.

30-04-2021
Children playing  in a street_ courtesy of Playing Out (playingout.net)

Cambridgeshire communities interested in closing their road to hold a playing out event for children are urged to get in touch with the Greater Cambridge Partnership and Cambridgeshire County Council.

30-04-2021
ARU's Chelmsford campus

Anglia Ruskin University has appointed leading energy firm Vital Energi to deliver a range of energy saving measures across its buildings and achieve its ambitious sustainability goals.

30-04-2021

Sophie Scotcher of HCR Law looks at the importance of making a 'clean break' order after divorce, to avoid financial fallout later.

30-04-2021

Older people with vision loss are significantly more likely to suffer mild cognitive impairment, which can be a precursor to dementia, according to a new study published in the journal ‘Ageing Clinical and Experimental Research.’

30-04-2021
Julie Moktadir, Stone King's Head of Immigration

Cambridge law firm Stone King has prepared a number of packages and tools to assist businesses with their immigration law concerns.

30-04-2021
Craft beer production items

The concept of ‘craft’ is often narrowly applied to describe nostalgic approaches to work. But a new study led at Cambridge Judge Business School instead suggests that craft is better understood as a timeless alternative approach to any type of work in this era of machine learning.

30-04-2021
SmartChat enables text and image-based information to be shared to field officers using either TETRA radios or smart devices, without risking security by using commercial messaging applications.

Sepura has launched SmartChat, a secure operational messaging solution that joins smartphone, tablet and office-based staff with field officers equipped with TETRA terminals.

30-04-2021
 Consultant embryologist, Stephen Harbottle

A leading fertility clinic has expanded to offer services to more patients.

30-04-2021
Catherine Arnold

A woman who was awarded an OBE for her services to British foreign policy has taken over as chair of Cambridge Global Health Partnerships (CGHP).

30-04-2021
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The Covid-19 pandemic has seen the cancellation of exams across the globe; turmoil for institutions and uncertainty for students about when or even if they’ll be able to take the exams they’ve worked hard for.

29-04-2021

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