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7 Job Interview Tips for 2023

Job interviews can be intimidating and nerve-wracking, especially if you've not had a face-to-face one for some time. ...


Cambridge engineer named Young Woman Engineer of the Year

A woman from Cambridge has been named Young Woman Engineer of the Year by the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET).


New Cambridge-led research could improve performance of EV batteries

New research by a team led by the University of Cambridge could lead to EV battery performance improvements.


Organisations must prioritise culture over salary to win talent war

With the battle for top talent as hot as ever, organisations must prioritise workplace culture over salary if they want ...


Autonomous robots now being used for Co-op deliveries in Cambridge

The streets of Cambridge are now being navigated by autonomous delivery robots, as part of a new scheme by Cambridgeshire County Council.


Return of Cambridge robotics competition a positive step for STEM

The FIRST® LEGO® League Challenge – a global science and technology tournament delivered by The Institution of ...


AI hiring tools do not reduce interview bias, say Cambridge researchers

Artificial Intelligence (AI) hiring tools that are designed to reduce interview bias do not work as well as their ...


Cambridge’s Grafton Centre to be turned into science hub

The new owner of Cambridge’s Grafton Centre has revealed plans to transform the shopping mall and create much-needed ...


Data-driven invention company Iprova opens new Cambridge office

A company that harnesses the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to augment and enhance humans’ ...


Cambridge start-up secures £23m for its software-based approach to GPS

A Cambridge start-up has secured up to £23m of investment for its software-based approach to GPS positioning following ...

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