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Mike Scialom is business correspondent at the Cambridge Independent and associate editor at IQ magazine, and also covers local human interest stories, art and public events on an ad hoc basis.

Bicycle Therapeutics opens new headquarters on Granta Park

27 May 2022
Bicycle Therapeutics opens new headquarters on Granta Park

Bicycle Therapeutics opens new headquarters on Granta Park

27 May 2022

Sir Greg Winter among speakers as Portway Building premises team looks to accelerate development of synthesised medicines


Former King’s music teacher adds extra sparkle to pre-school sessions

26 May 2022
Former King’s music teacher adds extra sparkle to pre-school sessions

Former King’s music teacher adds extra sparkle to pre-school sessions

26 May 2022

Davina Shore writes children’s songs as part of a positive musical training experience


Facebook founder ‘running away to metaverse’, says whistleblower Frances Haugen at Minderoo event

26 May 2022
Facebook founder ‘running away to metaverse’, says whistleblower Frances Haugen at Minderoo event

Facebook founder ‘running away to metaverse’, says whistleblower Frances Haugen at Minderoo event

26 May 2022

‘A libertarian internet or an authoritarian internet?’ Cambridge audience hears how Mark Zuckerberg’s mindset matters


12 pallets on way as last ‘Mums4Ukraine’ lorry sets off for Poland

25 May 2022
12 pallets on way as last ‘Mums4Ukraine’ lorry sets off for Poland

12 pallets on way as last ‘Mums4Ukraine’ lorry sets off for Poland

25 May 2022

Stourbridge Community Ukrainian Response also part of aid and provisions to war-hit north


Multi-virus Diagnostics for the Real World tests approved for Covid and influenzas

25 May 2022
Multi-virus Diagnostics for the Real World tests approved for Covid and influenzas

Multi-virus Diagnostics for the Real World tests approved for Covid and influenzas

25 May 2022

Sidelines centralised labs, could be used in GP surgery


Jo Cox portrait unveiled at Pembroke College following Baroness Warsi memorial lecture

21 May 2022
Jo Cox portrait unveiled at Pembroke College following Baroness Warsi memorial lecture

Jo Cox portrait unveiled at Pembroke College following Baroness Warsi memorial lecture

21 May 2022

Artist Clare Drummond says ‘the entire process was very emotional’


MP secures ‘Gove promise’ to act on leaseholder insurance claims misery

21 May 2022
MP secures ‘Gove promise’ to act on leaseholder insurance claims misery

MP secures ‘Gove promise’ to act on leaseholder insurance claims misery

21 May 2022

Daniel Zeichner says: ‘I will be holding him to his word’ on post-Grenfell costs hikes


The coup d’état of democracy by fake news explored by fiery Brazilian speakers

21 May 2022
The coup d’état of democracy by fake news explored by fiery Brazilian speakers

The coup d’état of democracy by fake news explored by fiery Brazilian speakers

21 May 2022

Faculty of Education hosts May 24 events with filmmaker, authors and political exiles

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Prix Galien UK award for Cyted

19 May 2022
Prix Galien UK award for Cyted

Prix Galien UK award for Cyted

19 May 2022

Best Medical Technology win for Cytosponge


Cambridge’s Cleantech Venture Day start-ups aim for pitch glory

19 May 2022
Cambridge’s Cleantech Venture Day start-ups aim for pitch glory

Cambridge’s Cleantech Venture Day start-ups aim for pitch glory

19 May 2022

Three city-based companies presenting to investment-centred audience for 2022 event


Deadline for applications to IGNITE programme looming

19 May 2022
Deadline for applications to IGNITE programme looming

Deadline for applications to IGNITE programme looming

19 May 2022

Entrepreneurship training programme has incredible record of graduates


Brazilian author Márcia Tiburi among speakers for ‘The Week of Fake News’ in Cambridge

18 May 2022
Brazilian author Márcia Tiburi among speakers for ‘The Week of Fake News’ in Cambridge

Brazilian author Márcia Tiburi among speakers for ‘The Week of Fake News’ in Cambridge

18 May 2022

‘Fascism seeks to destroy our capacity to think’ says philosopher ahead of all-day event at Department of Education on May 24


Cambridge campaigners to defend abortion rights in solidarity with US protesters

18 May 2022
Cambridge campaigners to defend abortion rights in solidarity with US protesters

Cambridge campaigners to defend abortion rights in solidarity with US protesters

18 May 2022

Saturday protest outside Guildhall begins at 1pm as 1973 Wade v Roe ruling faces being overturned


Fossil Free Research Oxbridge students and academics protest unrepentant oil giants’ links in university education

17 May 2022
Fossil Free Research Oxbridge students and academics protest unrepentant oil giants’ links in university education

Fossil Free Research Oxbridge students and academics protest unrepentant oil giants’ links in university education

17 May 2022

Campaigners at BP Institute say no energy transition is possible while investments continue

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Whistleblower Frances Haugen brings ‘The Facebook Files’ to Cambridge

16 May 2022
Whistleblower Frances Haugen brings ‘The Facebook Files’ to Cambridge

Whistleblower Frances Haugen brings ‘The Facebook Files’ to Cambridge

16 May 2022

Event on Friday will examine big tech’s role in national security, foreign interference and trust in democracy


World’s first zero-emissions cement developed in Cambridge

16 May 2022
World’s first zero-emissions cement developed in Cambridge

World’s first zero-emissions cement developed in Cambridge

16 May 2022

Tedchnique uses existing methods differently rather than waiting for carbon storage or hydrogen options

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China’s 100% lockdown means ‘months of complete chaos’, says Arm co-founder

15 May 2022
China’s 100% lockdown means ‘months of complete chaos’, says Arm co-founder

China’s 100% lockdown means ‘months of complete chaos’, says Arm co-founder

15 May 2022

Tudor Brown says ‘dynamic zero-Covid’ policy will ‘fuel public discontent and deal a devastating blow to the Chinese economy’


Ken Banks revels in extraordinary pursuit of life as a social innovator in new book

13 May 2022
Ken Banks revels in extraordinary pursuit of life as a social innovator in new book

Ken Banks revels in extraordinary pursuit of life as a social innovator in new book

13 May 2022

Author found fame and fortune with technology for social good – and has gone on to discover family values


Neil McManus appointed to managing director role at Marshall Aerospace

12 May 2022
Neil McManus appointed to managing director role at Marshall Aerospace

Neil McManus appointed to managing director role at Marshall Aerospace

12 May 2022

Third senior management change in a year at Cambridge engineering, aerospace, motoring and defence group


Royal Society elects 11 Cambridge-based scientists as new fellows

12 May 2022
Royal Society elects 11 Cambridge-based scientists as new fellows

Royal Society elects 11 Cambridge-based scientists as new fellows

12 May 2022

It’s ‘super-cool’ to be elected to the rarified pinnacle of scientific recognition, says Sir Mene Pangalos


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