Professor Gary Packham has been appointed dean of Anglia Ruskin University’s Lord Ashcroft International Business School.
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Shai Vyakarnam, the director of Cambridge University’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning at Judge Business School, has decided to leave and pursue a similar role at Cranfield University – his alma mater.
Cambridge-based life science company Kymab is leading a UK consortium working to develop an antibody-based medicine to fight Ebola infection in a fast-track programme.
Anglia Ruskin University has invested £160k in a Bloomberg trading room at its Chelmsford campus to help students get a feel for high rolling City-style financial dealings.
Cambridge University’s Judge Business School is broadening its sphere of influence to effectively ride shotgun over young spin-outs and help steer more of them through hostile territory.
Anglia Ruskin University has been named Entrepreneurial University of the Year at the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
The Cambridge Stress Test Series – reports on the potential global impact of threats including pandemics, cyber sabotage, regional conflict and social uprising – has been launched by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies at the university’s Judge Business School.
Cambridge technology entrepreneurs and academics have joined forces in a bid to create an historic roadmap to entrepreneurship success.
Contractors behind the newly opened Cambridge UTC (university technical college) have left behind more than a building, their project manager believes.
Cranfield University has a new research and teaching facility - a Boeing B737-400 airliner.
A ground-breaking study involving The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) in Norwich is likely to be a major first step forward in the study of influenza, cystic fibrosis and other human disease such as heart conditions and diabetes.
The Department of Engineering's Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) at the University of Cambridge has unveiled a 3D printing laboratory.
Cambridge UK social entrepreneur Ann Cotton has been globally recognised for her work to support community-owned, integrated education programmes for girls and young women in rural Africa with the award of the coveted WISE Prize for Education.
The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) in Norwich will lead research into the development of bioinformatics to support the identification and characterisation of viruses through metagenomics.
UK Chancellor George Osborne has hailed a Cambridge led initiative to combat cancer, dementia and other diseases and conditions through a £25 million clinical research venture which includes a focus on personalised medicines.
Professor Alan Barrell, a passionate ambassador internationally for Cambridge and the East of England, has received an honorary Doctor of Business Administration from Anglia Ruskin University.
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