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Millions spent on new Cambridge cancer lab

Millions spent on new Cambridge cancer lab

A new laboratory focusing on the discovery and dev...

Huawei hiring big to build Cambridge IoT powerhouse

Huawei hiring big to build Cambridge IoT powerhouse

Chinese ICT giant Huawei intends to invest tens of...

Computer kids urged to join California code rush

Computer kids urged to join California code rush

Parents, teachers and youngsters in Cambridge and ...

Neul sold to Huawei for $25 million

Neul sold to Huawei for $25 million

Chinese technology heavyweight Huawei has bought C...

Hauser and Horizon back Axol with near £1m new cash

Hauser and Horizon back Axol with near £1m new cash

Cambridge UK stem cell technology startup Axol Bio...

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The Internet of Things runs on ARM

75 per cent of C-suite business leaders are actively researching opportunities created by the Internet of Things (IoT) according to a comprehensive new report by the Economist Intelligence Unit, The Internet of Things Business Index: A quiet revolution gathers pace, sponsored by ARM.

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Cambridge cancer cluster growing its influence

Every once in a while a number of exceptionally talented people get together and something extra-special happens.

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Xaar crowned Business of the Year

Digital inkjet technology world leader Xaar plc was named Business of the Year at Business Weekly’s gala 2013 Awards presentation dinner at Queens’ College, Cambridge in the most fiercely contested competition in its 24-year history.

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Global influencer network spawned by Nerve

World-leading science & technology pioneers have teamed with international business builders to forge a new global influencers’ network following the Nerve conference in Cambridge UK.

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American States pile into Cambridge business forum

At least 11 US States have signed up for the Transatlantic Business Forum in Cambridge UK in June where export issues impacting on industrial and technology companies will be explored by Anglo-American experts.

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