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Allia breaks the ice for launch of new climate accelerator in Cambridge

Allia breaks the ice for launch of new climate accelerator in Cambridge

Allia breaks the ice for launch of new climate accelerator in Cambridge

20 January 2022

Six Cambridge start-ups included in first cohort of new programme


Cambridgeshire’s council tax set for maximum rise amid £16m budget gap

Cambridgeshire’s council tax set for maximum rise amid £16m budget gap

Cambridgeshire’s council tax set for maximum rise amid £16m budget gap

19 January 2022

Leaders claimed they had no option but to consider the 4.99 per cent rise in order to close the authority’s £16m budget gap this year.

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How AI is set to cross the threshold from human aid to human replicant

How AI is set to cross the threshold from human aid to human replicant

How AI is set to cross the threshold from human aid to human replicant

06 January 2022

Reviews by technologists at Cambridge Consultants suggest evolution of artificial intelligence is at tipping point

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Knocked for six by the pandemic: The Trumpington resident ‘only surviving thanks to the generosity of my friends’

Knocked for six by the pandemic: The Trumpington resident ‘only surviving thanks to the generosity of my friends’

Knocked for six by the pandemic: The Trumpington resident ‘only surviving thanks to the generosity of my friends’

01 January 2022

How many Cambridge residents are now in crisis mode?

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Cambridge’s night-time economy hit by Omicron

Cambridge’s night-time economy hit by Omicron

Cambridge’s night-time economy hit by Omicron

31 December 2021

But shopping centres are not as badly hit as some nationally.

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TTP Group’s transition to employee ownership trust ‘secures culture’

TTP Group’s transition to employee ownership trust ‘secures culture’

TTP Group’s transition to employee ownership trust ‘secures culture’

15 December 2021

Technology company now ‘a uniquely attractive destination for the most capable scientists and engineers’


WorldSkills gold for Marshall Aerospace apprentice is a source of pride

WorldSkills gold for Marshall Aerospace apprentice is a source of pride

WorldSkills gold for Marshall Aerospace apprentice is a source of pride

10 December 2021

Jeremy Franks struck gold in the Aeronautical Engineering Mechanical category


Cambridge congestion charge plans face big battle

Cambridge congestion charge plans face big battle

Cambridge congestion charge plans face big battle

10 December 2021

Anthony Browne MP’s survey finds 64 per cent oppose idea.

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Debate over whether Greater Cambridge Partnership should fund an upgrade to electricity grid

Debate over whether Greater Cambridge Partnership should fund an upgrade to electricity grid

Debate over whether Greater Cambridge Partnership should fund an upgrade to electricity grid

30 November 2021

Chief executive Rachel Stoppard said the delivery of additional jobs and homes set out in the Local Plan risks being ‘held up for many years’.

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Cambridgeshire set for blistering summers and winter flooding, warns crucial report

Cambridgeshire set for blistering summers and winter flooding, warns crucial report

Cambridgeshire set for blistering summers and winter flooding, warns crucial report

29 October 2021

A warning that Cambridgeshire faces summers with temperatures soaring to 40C and beyond, and wet winters with 50 per cent more rain, has been issued.

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CMR Surgical’s decision to build manufacturing site in Ely is ‘great news’

CMR Surgical’s decision to build manufacturing site in Ely is ‘great news’

CMR Surgical’s decision to build manufacturing site in Ely is ‘great news’

14 October 2021

Versius surgical robot production call praised by Combined Authority mayor


Rutherford Punting Cambridge granted alcohol licence after anti-social behaviour concerns withdrawn

Rutherford Punting Cambridge granted alcohol licence after anti-social behaviour concerns withdrawn

Rutherford Punting Cambridge granted alcohol licence after anti-social behaviour concerns withdrawn

12 October 2021

A punting company in Cambridge will be allowed to continue selling alcohol on its tours after concerns over anti-social behaviour were withdrawn.


Protesters outside Cambridge Jobcentre say Universal Credit cut ‘penalises poor’

Protesters outside Cambridge Jobcentre say Universal Credit cut ‘penalises poor’

Protesters outside Cambridge Jobcentre say Universal Credit cut ‘penalises poor’

06 October 2021

Campaigners against £20-a-week cut say: ‘It’s going to be very bad for everybody’s mental health’

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Cambridge Cleantech Venture Day – get your discount here!

Cambridge Cleantech Venture Day – get your discount here!

Cambridge Cleantech Venture Day – get your discount here!

04 October 2021

Tenth anniversary celebrations for sustainable future organisation on October 20 and 21


Newly independent Martlet Capital starts £22m deeptech fund as Marshall launches Futureworx

Newly independent Martlet Capital starts £22m deeptech fund as Marshall launches Futureworx

Newly independent Martlet Capital starts £22m deeptech fund as Marshall launches Futureworx

29 September 2021

New accelerator for engineering, motors and aerospace group – while Robert Marshall announces MarQuity fund


BioMed Realty invests £850m in two Cambridge lab sites

BioMed Realty invests £850m in two Cambridge lab sites

BioMed Realty invests £850m in two Cambridge lab sites

23 September 2021

Sites on Fulbourn Road and Granta Park as Blackstone company aims high


Restrictions on vehicles in Cambridge win support despite impact

Restrictions on vehicles in Cambridge win support despite impact

Restrictions on vehicles in Cambridge win support despite impact

22 September 2021

Unanimous support for restrictions on private motor vehicles to remain in place has been given by the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s joint assembly.

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Space To Work adds a dose of wellbeing to its desk hire facilities at Cambridge RUFC

Space To Work adds a dose of wellbeing to its desk hire facilities at Cambridge RUFC

Space To Work adds a dose of wellbeing to its desk hire facilities at Cambridge RUFC

18 September 2021

Rugby Club setting offers more pastoral workplace setting


Ransomware-as-a-service pandemic must be interrupted, says Cambridge cybersecurity specialist Darktrace

Ransomware-as-a-service pandemic must be interrupted, says Cambridge cybersecurity specialist Darktrace

Ransomware-as-a-service pandemic must be interrupted, says Cambridge cybersecurity specialist Darktrace

16 September 2021

‘No organisation immune’ following spate of sophisticated attacks on large global corporations


‘Greater Cambridge Partnership strategy is a staggering waste of money on half-baked ideas’

‘Greater Cambridge Partnership strategy is a staggering waste of money on half-baked ideas’

‘Greater Cambridge Partnership strategy is a staggering waste of money on half-baked ideas’

07 September 2021

Opinion | By Edward Leigh, Smarter Cambridge Transport

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