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Cambridge Consultants rolls lubricant and shaver into one gadget

22 June 2020
Cambridge Consultants rolls lubricant and shaver into one gadget

Cambridge Consultants rolls lubricant and shaver into one gadget

22 June 2020

Beauty technology offers easy hair removal experience


14 Cambridge University academics join campaign to reopen schools now to save pupils’ mental health

21 June 2020
14 Cambridge University academics join campaign to reopen schools now to save pupils’ mental health

14 Cambridge University academics join campaign to reopen schools now to save pupils’ mental health

21 June 2020

Cambridgeshire parents’ open letter to Education Secretary says pupils’ human rights ignored by lockdown and social distancing measures


Grape Britannia celebrates first anniversary as English Wine Week uncorked

20 June 2020
Grape Britannia celebrates first anniversary as English Wine Week uncorked

Grape Britannia celebrates first anniversary as English Wine Week uncorked

20 June 2020

Arbury Road grape specialist picks top five summer wines - with prize draw for birthday week


Free Makespace mask kit for you to make at home

20 June 2020
Free Makespace mask kit for you to make at home

Free Makespace mask kit for you to make at home

20 June 2020

Amazon, TTP and Arm sponsor volunteer-led project


Sainsbury’s goes Chop Chop for cycle delivery service

19 June 2020
Sainsbury’s goes Chop Chop for cycle delivery service

Sainsbury’s goes Chop Chop for cycle delivery service

19 June 2020

Up to 20 items available for delivery


Outspoken’s Anna wins Bikeability national top cycle instructor title

19 June 2020
Outspoken’s Anna wins Bikeability national top cycle instructor title

Outspoken’s Anna wins Bikeability national top cycle instructor title

19 June 2020

Incredible record of delivering training to hundreds of pupils across region


Supporters celebrate modular homes opening for Cambridge’s homeless

18 June 2020
Supporters celebrate modular homes opening for Cambridge’s homeless

Supporters celebrate modular homes opening for Cambridge’s homeless

18 June 2020

Open day for six units which now await first residents from Jimmy's


Softbank adds your Amazon payment direct to your mobile bill via Bango

17 June 2020
Softbank adds your Amazon payment direct to your mobile bill via Bango

Softbank adds your Amazon payment direct to your mobile bill via Bango

17 June 2020

One click, no form-filling for fuss-free payments on your phone


Cambridge Judge study helps reimagine churches for today’s communities

17 June 2020
Cambridge Judge study helps reimagine churches for today’s communities

Cambridge Judge study helps reimagine churches for today’s communities

17 June 2020

Dr Timur Alexandrov of Cambridge Judge Business School, and Geoffrey Hunter of the Diocese of Ely, lead project to expand role in daily life


‘I can’t breathe’ mural on Mill Road bridge ‘for victims of racism’

17 June 2020
‘I can’t breathe’ mural on Mill Road bridge ‘for victims of racism’

‘I can’t breathe’ mural on Mill Road bridge ‘for victims of racism’

17 June 2020

Graffiti artist Kyle Warwick says: ‘We all have a lot of re-thinking to do’

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‘Beautiful science’ in ‘operating system of life’ underpins $41.5m investment in Bit Bio

15 June 2020
‘Beautiful science’ in ‘operating system of life’ underpins $41.5m investment in Bit Bio

‘Beautiful science’ in ‘operating system of life’ underpins $41.5m investment in Bit Bio

15 June 2020

‘Our moonshot goal is to develop a platform capable of producing every human cell type,’ says CEO/founder Dr Mark Kotter


Coronavirus and climate change solutions require fairer society, says XR campaigner

15 June 2020
Coronavirus and climate change solutions require fairer society, says XR campaigner

Coronavirus and climate change solutions require fairer society, says XR campaigner

15 June 2020

Green solutions must also address social and economic injustice, writes EMILY ASHTON

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British Flower Week is blooming marvellous for Cambridge’s independent florists

14 June 2020
British Flower Week is blooming marvellous for Cambridge’s independent florists

British Flower Week is blooming marvellous for Cambridge’s independent florists

14 June 2020

Green-fingered traders showcase plants and encourage home gardeners


Huntingdon Community Radio banned from Virtual Strawberry Fair broadcast over #blacklivesmatter stance

13 June 2020
Huntingdon Community Radio banned from Virtual Strawberry Fair broadcast over #blacklivesmatter stance

Huntingdon Community Radio banned from Virtual Strawberry Fair broadcast over #blacklivesmatter stance

13 June 2020

Organisers say Cambridge 105 festival coverage won’t be heard in Huntingdon


Good gut bacteria helps immune system resist Covid-19, says Microbiotica

12 June 2020
Good gut bacteria helps immune system resist Covid-19, says Microbiotica

Good gut bacteria helps immune system resist Covid-19, says Microbiotica

12 June 2020

Collaboration with Cambridge University Hospitals and Cancer Research UK will trigger host of new treatments


Police to continue voluntary mask policy after June 15 changes

10 June 2020
Police to continue voluntary mask policy after June 15 changes

Police to continue voluntary mask policy after June 15 changes

10 June 2020

Cambridge MP calls guidance ‘muddled’ as research suggests they must be used to halt spread of Covid-19

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Lord Williams congratulates Cambridge eco-challenge pupils

10 June 2020
Lord Williams congratulates Cambridge eco-challenge pupils

Lord Williams congratulates Cambridge eco-challenge pupils

10 June 2020

Winners of design-a-composter competition announced


Social distancing for seated Cambridge #blacklivesmatter protest

05 June 2020
Social distancing for seated Cambridge #blacklivesmatter protest

Social distancing for seated Cambridge #blacklivesmatter protest

05 June 2020

First mass protest since lockdown began starts at 2pm today on Parker’s Piece


‘Zoom could be the MySpace not the Facebook of history’, says Cambridge Judge senior faculty

05 June 2020
‘Zoom could be the MySpace not the Facebook of history’, says Cambridge Judge senior faculty

‘Zoom could be the MySpace not the Facebook of history’, says Cambridge Judge senior faculty

05 June 2020

How human dynamics are affected by the virtual platform which has imposed itself on our lives


Your turn to be good: help Cambridge Samaritans

04 June 2020
Your turn to be good: help Cambridge Samaritans

Your turn to be good: help Cambridge Samaritans

04 June 2020

Crowdfunding appeal opens to enable helpline volunteers to continue their work


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