More children in Cambridgeshire are getting into their first-choice school.
New concerns surround timeline of Facebook data harvest
Cambridge sixth-formers got a taste of what it is like to be a technology consultant at an activity day at TTP Group in Melbourn.
Help was on hand for the teams competing in April’s robotics competition, RoboCon 2018, at Hills Road Sixth Form College.
Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry hosts competition for young people
The schools at Northstowe are moving a step closer to construction following the appointment of Kier as the design and build contractor.
Students at the Stephen Perse Foundation became fashion designers for a Project Runway-style competition using only recycled materials.
Cambridge Regional College and Cambridge Cleantech also help students design renewable house.
We can all recite some horror stories of bad management – no matter what career path you have chosen. But what makes a good leader? STEPHEN MUNDAY of The Cam Academy Trust has a few ideas.
Heidi Allen tells students all about the joys of being a parliamentary member
Cambridgeshire headteachers have joined with thousands of others in England to sign a letter to the chancellor protesting against “inadequate funding” for schools.
Top poet hosts creative workshop at Coleridge Community College.
Bennett Institute for Public Policy (BIPP) unveil at Churchill College
Up to 886,000 could be killed, citizen science project concludes
Monsters and Me, one of Homerton College’s events to mark its 250th annivesary, with Prof Geoff Ward and Dr Beth Singler, will mark 200 years of Frankenstein.
Dr Athan Fox outlines new car battery production process
The partnership with University of Cambridge college will help women advance in science and business leadership
No plans for investments in extractor fossil fuel companies
Disgruntled student says she graduated with ‘Mickey Mouse’ degree
Take a careful look, as the pictures you see on this page could well be the same images you see night after night as you put your little darlings to bed with a reading from their favourite book.
The vice chancellor of Anglia Ruskin University gives his response to the Prime Minister’s review of university funding.
Keeping food out of landfill is the equivalent of taking one in four cars off the road
Small garden birds fare well thanks to favourable conditions
The life science marketing specialists from Histon-based BioStrata write for the Cambridge Independent.
The new Cancer Research UK Centre of Excellence in Cambridge and London aims to improve treatment and survival rates
Cambridge City Council unanimously approves plans for permanent public tribute
The veteran broadcaster joined world experts in calling for action for nature at the building in the city which bears his name
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