Melanoma Focus provides information and support to patients and professionals and has seen up to a ten-fold increase in calls to its free Melanoma Helpline run by expert skin cancer nurse specialists over the last year.
A Cambridgeshire charity is among the latest organisations to receive funding from the Country Land and Business Association (CLA) Charitable Trust to support their work.
Tony Danker, CBI Director-General, today (Monday) outlines findings from a new, landmark economic plan seeking to establish a competitive, dynamic and future-focused UK following the shocks of Brexit and COVID-19 and in the run up to COP26 in Glasgow.
Volunteers from the East of England will soon be able to receive a third ‘booster’ Covid-19 vaccine as part of a new clinical trial launching this week.
Foresight Group, an award-winning listed infrastructure and private equity investment manager, announces the first close of the Foresight Regional Investment III LP (the “Fund”) at £65m. The Fund is cornerstoned by the Greater Manchester Pension Fund, with strong support from Clwyd and Merseyside Pension Funds.
Medovate – a dynamic medical device development company specialising in anesthesia, airway management, critical care, and surgery – has announced its first agreement in the Middle East with Omneya Medical Co. to distribute SAFIRA™ (SAFer Injection for Regional Anesthesia) in Kuwait.
Allia has been working with impact ventures for many years (70+ ventures and over £90 million raised by alumni). Yet the organisation is still iterating on how it can make the Impact Accelerator more and more relevant to founders and the ecosystem as a whole.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc helps lead the IoT ecosystem forward by introducing the company’s first, purpose-built Internet of Things (IoT) modem solution equipped with 5G connectivity and optimised for Industrial IoT (IIoT) applications.
With the help of Indie Cambridge - the community of ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its exploration of the best independent businesses, people, shops, cafés, restaurants, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Small and Green.
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) lecturer Dr Véronique Chance is about to put her body as well as her soul into her art as she prepares to tackle a 240-mile run as part of the Estuary 2021 arts festival associated programme.
Sew Positive, the mental health charity tackling social isolation through creativity and sewing, is running two free events in Haslingfield next month in conjunction with Cambridgeshire Skills and Cambridgeshire County Council.
Healthwatch has begun its search for a successor to Val Moore – its Chair for the past six years. Val has served two three-year-terms and so she will be stepping down from the post in September.
Legal tech enables non-legal colleagues to self-serve, freeing in-house legal from time-consuming first reviews and speeding up the contracting process.
Cambridge Beer Festival is encouraging everyone to support their local pubs next week (24–29 May).
Teenagers aged 14 to 17 can register free for eight outdoor activity sessions at Milton Country Park, where they can try their hand at bush craft, yoga, survival skills, water sports on the lake and much more, for the benefit of their wellbeing.
Residents of Cottenham, Histon and Impington now have more of a say over future development in their villages, following the adoption of two new Neighbourhood Plans.
How has the pandemic changed your views of the workplace? Has the traditional nine-to-five in the office, laboratory or factory gone forever? And have we modified our expectations about how and where we work? The Cambridge community is coming together to investigate these questions and to explore the new challenges organisations may face in the...
A new partnership aims to ensure that transformative diagnostic and healthcare technologies reach patients fast.
Guaranteeing every child the opportunity to participate in certain types of physical activity could support their academic attainment and help to close the achievement gap between wealthy and less-advantaged pupils, new research indicates.
Arm's silicon partners shipped a record 7.3 billion Arm-based chips (up 22% y-o-y) in the last calendar quarter of 2020, equating to more than 900 chips per second and 70 millon chips a day. Arm partners also shipped a total of 25 billion Arm-based chips in 2020 (up 13% y-o-y), bringing the total deployment of Arm-based chips to-date to more...