Technology clusters cannot afford to stand still in the most intensely competitive environment ever witnessed in the world of commerce.
New research from Bidwells confirms that house prices accelerated faster in the last three months of 2013 and the first quarter of 2014 than at any other period in almost a decade.
Medical technology from a Cambridge startup is set to help Big Pharma companies develop more effective cardiovascular drugs.
OLED lighting continues to gather momentum and is on track to become a serious competitor to LED lighting by 2016, according to a report from cintelliq, a niche technology consultancy based at St John’s Innovation Centre in Cambridge.
US corporation HP has told Business Weekly that Autonomy and Aurasma – key technology businesses based in Cambridge and London UK – have been spared the axe in a massive global jobs cull.
Eagle, the Cambridge UK bioinformatics software and services business, has made several key appointments as it rolls out major initiatives in genomics research.
People who suffer from colour blindness are expected to benefit from the trial of new UK technology.
A Cambridge company whose bug-busting technology is cleaning up hospitals and other medical environments across the UK and worldwide has revealed its fifth profit upgrade this financial year following a strong second half performance.
Technology Strategy Board (TSB) chief executive, Iain Gray is the new Director of Aerospace at the University of Cranfield.
Wireless technology business Cyan Holdings has conditionally raised £3.5 million from a share placing.
Horizon CombinatoRx, a division of Cambridge UK medical technology business Horizon Discovery, has been contracted by Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development and Commercialization (OPDC) to perform in vitro cell line screening of certain OPDC development candidates.
Cambridge technology consultancy Sagentia today revealed the full extent of a constant battle against currency headwinds as it reported falling profits for the six months to June 30; its UK share price opened two per cent lower.
A Cambridge UK telemedicine company whose technology helps vets around the world diagnose and treat animals faster and more effectively is investing in global growth.
Cambridge wireless technology company CSR saw its share price head sharply south on early UK trading after posting second quarter and first half results that left shareholders unsure whether to laugh, cry or put an alcoholic stimulant on their corn flakes.
Wincanton Records Management (WRM) has launched a new IT Consumables Sales department in Essex.
International legal expertise from law firm Cripps has opened the way for a French company to invest in the UK CleanTech market via a Cambridge acquisition.
- Acquisition adds Suffolk punch to property offering
- Mathematical modelling company takes Chesterford space
- Marshall Mildenhall site sold to UK manufacturer
- Gas Safety Trust supports Cranfield biomass study
- New £5m molecular farming facility in £26m research spree
- TSB grants boost Audio Analytic research collaborations
- Birketts advises insurance software provider on sale
- Cyan signs MOU for Indian smart meter deals
- Horizon scales globally as revenues soar 36 per cent
- Diagnostic targets earlier detection of Down’s syndrome
- Cough cold remedy not to be sneezed at
- Abcam outguns profit targets
- ARM chips with everything as shipments surge
- $1.5m Ubisense power play in US
- Cambridge duo in £30m advanced materials research drive
- TGAC announces new Director of Science
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