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Greater Cambridge region boasts impressive corporate employment economic strength and stability - analysis
November 21, 2023

The Greater Cambridge region’s corporate economy has significantly outperformed the UK average during the year ending in mid-February 2023, a new analysis of official data has revealed.


Government, tech leaders and Cambridge University collaborate on UK’s fastest AI supercomputer
November 20, 2023

A partnership between Dell, Intel, the University of Cambridge, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) has resulted in phase one of the UK's fastest artificial intelligence (AI) supercomputer being delivered.


Cambridge University and Google deepen AI partnership
October 30, 2023

The University of Cambridge and Google have deepened their long-standing artificial intelligence (AI) partnership, with the latter sponsoring a new research centre at the university.


‘World first’ 3D printed post office opens in India
October 17, 2023

A first of its kind in the world 3D printed post office has opened in Bengaluru, southwest India.


Developer says new Cambridge science district will create thousands of jobs
October 10, 2023

The developer behind a new science district planned on an old landfill site in Cambridge has said the project will create thousands of jobs.


Cambridge remains world's most intensive science and technology cluster
September 24, 2023

The city of Cambridge is still the world’s most intensive science and technology cluster, a new report has revealed.


Royal Academy of Engineering elects 73 new fellows
September 23, 2023

The Royal Academy of Engineering has elected 73 leading figures from the field of engineering and technology into its fellowship.


Work begins on new South Cambridge Science Centre
September 18, 2023

Work has begun on the new South Cambridge Science Centre (SCSC) at a brownfield site in Sawston, south of the city.


Cambridge firms chip in on UK’s new Semiconductor Advisory Panel
August 23, 2023

Earlier this month, the UK’s new Semiconductor Advisory Panel met at Imperial College London and members from several Cambridge chip firms were among those present.


UK employers turning to counteroffers to retain key staff amid skills shortages
August 16, 2023

A significant proportion of UK employers are turning to counteroffers to retain key staff amid ongoing skills shortages, new research from The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) shows.

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