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  Human cells with acute myelocytic leukemia, shown with an esterase stain at 400x  Credit: National Cancer Institute

Scientists have made a promising step towards developing a new drug for treating acute myeloid leukaemia, a rare blood disorder. In a study published in Nature, Cambridge researchers report a new approach to cancer treatment that targets enzymes which play a key role in translating DNA into proteins and which could lead to a new class...

27-04-2021
New nursery under construction

A new University of Cambridge nursery building for the children of staff and students is under construction to the south of the city, near Hills Road.

27-04-2021
Mills&Reeve map excerpt

Sable&Hawkes delivers a new graphic illustration for Mills&Reeve.

27-04-2021
Developing a low cost approach to producing sustainable packaging for PA’s client Pulpac

PA Consulting, the consultancy that’s bringing ingenuity to life, announces another record financial performance for the year ending December 2020. With its diverse teams of experts combining innovative thinking and breakthrough technologies, PA delivered for its clients, people and communities through a most challenging year.

27-04-2021
Cambridge Index 26 April 2021

The Cambridge Index advanced 668.5 points or 2.3% to close at 29263.9, as seven of the top ten Index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.

27-04-2021
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Kleinwort Hambros is pleased to announce Shawanda Corbett, Ayo Akingbade and Olu Ogunnaike as the winners of its second Emerging Artist Prize, which recognises the work of contemporary artists from across the UK.

27-04-2021
Rebecca Orde

With the help of Indie Cambridge - the community of ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network explores the best independent businesses, people, shops, cafés, restaurants, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Rebecca Orde Ltd - Property Project Management.

26-04-2021
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Most delegates say that networking is the most imoprtant reason to attend a conference.  Now Covid19 has forced us to adapt to virtual events, networking can be easier than at their live counterparts.

26-04-2021
St Mary's students Bronze Duke of Edinburgh practice expeditions

St Mary's students and supporting staff have been making the most of the great outdoors in preparation for their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Awards in the first school trip since the pandemic began.

26-04-2021
cover_ The latest UK Powerhouse report from Irwin Mitchell and the Centre for Economic and Business Research (Cebr)

A new economic report published today has confirmed that Cambridge is expected to lead the nation’s post-Covid-19 recovery in 2021 with the fastest employment levels in the UK.

26-04-2021
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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 describes a fabulous new keyboard shortcut to help you refine Google searches.

26-04-2021
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Birketts has advised YFM Private Equity’s £80m Buyout Fund II (YFM) on its acquisition of Essex-based specialist property services company RGE Services Limited (RGE).

26-04-2021
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At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, Anthias Consulting quickly adapted to online delivery of its analytical training and consultancy services and launched its first live Virtual Classroom training course in April 2020.

26-04-2021
Conor Barwise

Conor Barwise is the organisation king who oversees all project activity with a steely determination to deliver top results.

26-04-2021
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National property consultancy, Carter Jonas, recently launched a Live Local Plan Monitor: an interactive online platform that analyses adopted local plans, emerging plans, consultations and housing land supply. The tool was recently extended to include the Eastern Region.

26-04-2021
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What's the number one reason why business change fails? Given the plethora of articles on change management processes, you would be forgiven for thinking that failures occur due to issues with tools, techniques, and systems. But the harsh truth is that business change fails most often because of people and not process. 

26-04-2021
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CIIPM’s next virtual training course will be IP & Commercialisation, Part 2 – IP in the Ecosystem, on 25-26 May.

26-04-2021
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New research into the early stages of the 2020 lockdown suggests that corporate employment in Greater Cambridge continued to grow at a “significant rate” despite the wide-reaching effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

26-04-2021
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South Cambridgeshire’s COVID and Environmental Health teams will be working with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) this week to give businesses extra support with their COVID-secure measures.

26-04-2021
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Crayfish.io's webinar series 'China - let's talk business' continues this week with a session focused on the intellectual property protections in China for busineses entering this market.

26-04-2021

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