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Spike in Covid-19 cases for area of Cambridge as infection rate rises above UK average in Cambridgeshire

Spike in Covid-19 cases for area of Cambridge as infection rate rises above UK average in Cambridgeshire

Spike in Covid-19 cases for area of Cambridge as infection rate rises above UK average in Cambridgeshire

17 April 2021

Meanwhile, Trumpington has one of the highest numbers of under-50s vaccinated in the country.


Record year for investment and strong annual results for The Cambridge Building Society despite pandemic

Record year for investment and strong annual results for The Cambridge Building Society despite pandemic

Record year for investment and strong annual results for The Cambridge Building Society despite pandemic

02 April 2021

We talk to CEO Peter Burrows and CFO Richard Brockbank about its achievements in 2020.

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Pandemic has accelerated drive to agile working ‘by years’, says COEL’s Daniel Fordham

Pandemic has accelerated drive to agile working ‘by years’, says COEL’s Daniel Fordham

Pandemic has accelerated drive to agile working ‘by years’, says COEL’s Daniel Fordham

25 March 2021

The Cambridge company is a finalist in the SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards.


‘Cambridge is an engine of job creation - but don’t take it for granted’ says Cambridge Ahead

‘Cambridge is an engine of job creation - but don’t take it for granted’ says Cambridge Ahead

‘Cambridge is an engine of job creation - but don’t take it for granted’ says Cambridge Ahead

16 March 2021

A special report on research into the growth of the region from Cambridge Ahead and the Centre for Business Research.


Inside Mantle’s new Cambridge business centre at Nine Hills Road

Inside Mantle’s new Cambridge business centre at Nine Hills Road

Inside Mantle’s new Cambridge business centre at Nine Hills Road

21 December 2020

CEO Guy Baker explains why he was happy to sign a 10-year lease in the middle of a pandemic.


Why investors cannot get enough of the Cambridge tech market

Why investors cannot get enough of the Cambridge tech market

Why investors cannot get enough of the Cambridge tech market

09 December 2020

An interview with Stewart Frost, of J P Morgan Private Bank, on the outlook from investors.

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Antarctic Atlas: risking everything for a map

Antarctic Atlas: risking everything for a map

Antarctic Atlas: risking everything for a map

26 November 2020

Hanging out with a penguin colony and skiing down glaciers are all part of the job for Antarctic map maker Peter Fretwell.


Chris Hoole of Appleyard Lees: Helping brands protect their creativity with the power of IP

Chris Hoole of Appleyard Lees: Helping brands protect their creativity with the power of IP

Chris Hoole of Appleyard Lees: Helping brands protect their creativity with the power of IP

07 October 2020

We talk to the dual-qualified solicitor and chartered trade mark attorney about his move to the Cambridge office.


Cambridge indie label Trapped Animal launches record club for fans

Cambridge indie label Trapped Animal launches record club for fans

Cambridge indie label Trapped Animal launches record club for fans

13 July 2020

With bands struggling for cash after all live gigs were cancelled, one local record label is helping fans support artists and enjoy new music


Medwise.ai helps clinicians find Covid-19 answers using artificial intelligence

Medwise.ai helps clinicians find Covid-19 answers using artificial intelligence

Medwise.ai helps clinicians find Covid-19 answers using artificial intelligence

09 July 2020

The Cambridge company has won a £40,000 grant from Innovate UK


Ludum software designed to boost performance for rowers and coaches

Ludum software designed to boost performance for rowers and coaches

Ludum software designed to boost performance for rowers and coaches

12 June 2020

How Endurance Sport Research’s Float app and Ludum software can help data analysis in rowing


Coronavirus: How Cambridge city centre will adapt as cars make way for street diners

Coronavirus: How Cambridge city centre will adapt as cars make way for street diners

Coronavirus: How Cambridge city centre will adapt as cars make way for street diners

25 May 2020

Some Cambridge city’s streets could be closed to traffic in an attempt to get Cambridge’s bars and restaurants back in business following the lockdown


How Bourn Hall Clinic, the world’s first IVF clinic, was launched 40 years ago

How Bourn Hall Clinic, the world’s first IVF clinic, was launched 40 years ago

How Bourn Hall Clinic, the world’s first IVF clinic, was launched 40 years ago

24 March 2020

As a new biography of IVF pioneer Robert Edwards is launched, we talk to Alan Dexter about how financial backing was secured for the clinic.


Cambridge Mask Company’s military grade masks sell out amid coronavirus pandemic

Cambridge Mask Company’s military grade masks sell out amid coronavirus pandemic

Cambridge Mask Company’s military grade masks sell out amid coronavirus pandemic

23 March 2020

The masks are sold for personal use and protect against Covid-19, says the company.


Expedeon AG to rebrand as 4basebio and focus on DNA manufacture after Abcam concludes 120m euro deal

Expedeon AG to rebrand as 4basebio and focus on DNA manufacture after Abcam concludes 120m euro deal

Expedeon AG to rebrand as 4basebio and focus on DNA manufacture after Abcam concludes 120m euro deal

04 January 2020

An interview with CEO Dr Heikki Lanckriet.


The Rising Festival 2020: A Q&A with speaker Harriet Fear on rising to the top

The Rising Festival 2020: A Q&A with speaker Harriet Fear on rising to the top

The Rising Festival 2020: A Q&A with speaker Harriet Fear on rising to the top

03 January 2020

The former diplomat, who is now chair of Cambridge Ahead, tells us about her career.


Martin Frost: Why I’m standing down as CEO of CMR Surgical - and Per Vegard Nerseth is the right man to succeed me

Martin Frost: Why I’m standing down as CEO of CMR Surgical - and Per Vegard Nerseth is the right man to succeed me

Martin Frost: Why I’m standing down as CEO of CMR Surgical - and Per Vegard Nerseth is the right man to succeed me

19 December 2019

He has led the robotics company from start-up to billion-dollar status and it is set to transform minimal access surgery.


Lab 21 becomes Cambridge Clinical Laboratories and pledges to offer revolutionary diagnostic tests

Lab 21 becomes Cambridge Clinical Laboratories and pledges to offer revolutionary diagnostic tests

Lab 21 becomes Cambridge Clinical Laboratories and pledges to offer revolutionary diagnostic tests

27 November 2019

Milton-based business that serves NHS and private hospitals has been acquired from Novacyt Group by Cambridge Pathology BV.


How The Cambridge Building Society’s new chief executive, Peter Burrows, aims to make a difference

How The Cambridge Building Society’s new chief executive, Peter Burrows, aims to make a difference

How The Cambridge Building Society’s new chief executive, Peter Burrows, aims to make a difference

19 November 2019

As he takes over from Stephen Mitcham, he pledges to continue schemes to help more people get on the housing ladder.


Inside Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing with Tim Minshall and Sir Mike Gregory

Inside Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing with Tim Minshall and Sir Mike Gregory

Inside Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing with Tim Minshall and Sir Mike Gregory

03 November 2019

Part of the Department for Engineering at the University of Cambridge, the IfM is a bristling hub of technology.


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