Adapt Low Carbon Group in Norfolk has signed a landmark agreement with the British Chinese Young Entrepreneur Incubator to create an investment vehicle to invest up to £100m into UK low carbon businesses with a desire to expand into China and wider East Asia.
Cyan Holdings, the Cambridge UK smart metering technology company, has begun to convert opportunities into deals in the burgeoning Brazil CleanTech market.
Professor Gary Packham has been appointed dean of Anglia Ruskin University’s Lord Ashcroft International Business School.
Aseptika in Cambridge UK has accelerated development of its medical wearable Smartwatch, the BuddyWOTCH, which is aimed at a market worth an estimated $2 billion.
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 inkjet technology group Xaar has seen its UK share price rocket after revealing a strong bounceback from a China crisis that sent its stock into a tailspin in October and cost 160 people their jobs.
A £500,000 airport-themed education centre designed to boost skills across science, technology, engineering and maths subjects (STEM) is underway at Stansted Airport.
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.
Not many companies see pre-tax profits shoot through the roof and their share price head south within minutes but that fate befell Domino, the Cambridge inkjet printing technology world leader, today.
A multi-million pound upgrade of its facilities is set to trigger a new era of research and development innovation at TWI in Cambridge.
Crescendo Biologics in Cambridge UK has secured a further equity investment from Astellas Venture Management (AVM) to support the discovery and development of new Humabody antibody fragment therapeutics in oncology.
A new genomics powerhouse, spun out of the world famous Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, has been launched in the Cambridge UK technology cluster with a £12.5 million financing.
Hopes of a pre general election vote winning bag of sweets Autumn Statement were, as far George Osborne had economic capacity to deliver, was broadly satisfied.
Cambridge entrepreneurs are at the heart of a new initiative designed to accelerate the development of smart cities in the UK and globally.
An interesting Autumn Statement, and by that I mean not what was generally expected in the areas where we thought there may be changes.
Cambridge UK design hothouse TTP has put the jet into inkjet printing: It has created digital inkjet technology capable of printing with standard industrial paints – and it has already been tested on cars and aircraft.
- Cambridge hand in law firm’s new San Francisco office
- Endurance given go-ahead for Ely development
- Echo of Gecko as ARU opens Bloomberg trading room
- Some gifts for the family
- The Autumn Statement & the SME – Limited Options
- Autumn Statement continues the onslaught on tax avoidance
- Linaro takes space at Harston Mill
- Cambridge helps put driverless cars into overdrive
- Cambridge move gives Abzena springboard to global growth
- New wearable tech really is power dressing
- Procter & Gamble turns to Eagle for bioinformatics software
- Health & Safety masterclass a ‘get out of jail’ card
- In-demand Cambridge faces clicks and mortar challenge
- Mills & Reeve advises University on £231.5m HM Treasury-backed bond
- Countrywide Farmers takes 13,000 sq ft at Newmarket Business Park
- Stansted-US flights boosted by Cambridge tech glory
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