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Cambridge legal eagles flying high

Legal-logoThe Cambridge technology cluster is creating a new legal elite –  international in their reach and able to keep pace with the demands of globally growing, increasingly acquisitive corporate clients – the 2014 Legal 500 Guide, just published, confirms.

Hot money on a Horizon Mayfair monopoly

Horizon CEO Dr Darrin Disley is in the running for the Scrip Executive of the Year prizeHorizon Discovery is flying the flag for the Cambridge medical technology cluster in one of the bio industry’s top awards competitions.

Sareum in psoriasis drug breakthrough

Sareum's CEO Dr Tim MitchellA transatlantic collaboration between scientists at Sareum in Cambridge UK and colleagues at the US research institute SRI International, holds potential for a novel psoriasis therapy.

Sepura scales into new Cambridge HQ

Sepura CEO Gordon Watling Sepura, the communications technology company, is relocating its headquarters to Cambridge Research Park to cater for major expansion globally from a UK base.

September windfall takes Cambridge deals to $44bn in 18 months

President Barack Obama's US tax crackdown sparks Cambridge acquisitionsAutumn in the Cambridge UK technology cluster blew in with a fresh windfall of mega-deals – with September transactions topping $2.62 billion to increase the 18-month total to $43.77bn and hoist the monthly average over that time to a new high of $2.43bn.

Cambridge creates climate change innovation centre

BAS-penguinsAn innovation centre focusing on technology that can help combat climate change and challenging environments is being created in Cambridge UK and will carry planet-wide significance.

ARM and 1248 launch IoT gateway in Valley tech expo

1248 co-founder and CEO Pilgrim Beart Cambridge UK technology neighbours 1248 and ARM Holdings today unveil a new Internet of Things gateway at ARM’s 2014 TechCon in Silicon Valley.

Cambridge and London in tech battle of Britain

Cambridge Wireless CEO Dr Soraya JonesSix Cambridge technology startups slug it out with seven London rivals in the UK’s Discovering Start-Ups final on October 22.

Consort Medical paying £233m for Aesica

Consort CEO Jon GlennCambridge medical technology business Consort Medical plc is paying £233.1 million for fellow UK company Aesica Holdco, headquartered in Newcastle – a move that will take its Bespak business into new trade hotspots.

250 jobs as Stansted expansion takes off

Stansted-departure-2014Phase one of Stansted Airport’s brand new international departure lounge was officially opened by M.A.G chief executive Charlie Cornish and Stansted Airport’s managing director Andrew Harrison at a special event to mark the launch of the World Duty Free Group’s new flagship store and entrance into the multi-million pound development.

RealVNC’s Harter is new Cambridge Network chair

Andy Harter, chief executive of multi Queen’s Award winning technology company RealVNCAndy Harter, chief executive of multi Queen’s Award winning technology company RealVNC, is new chair of the Cambridge Network.

Amino wins US MidWest tech contract

Amino CEO Donald McGarvaOne of America’s most innovative telecoms solutions providers has turned to Cambridge UK technology for a major rollout across the MidWest.

Now or never for Cyan

Cyan chairman John CroninCambridge UK clean technology business, Cyan Holdings, has issued a rallying cry to shareholders with today’s interim results – chairman John Cronin claiming the fuse has been lit to a potential explosion of business in India, Brazil and China.

Bango raising £6 million growth capital

Bango CEO Ray AndersonMobile payments technology business Bango is raising £6 million to underpin a new phase of growth, CEO Ray Anderson has revealed.

Horizon takes world lead with $48m Sage Labs acquisition

Darrin-Disley-2014Horizon Discovery has taken a world lead in gene editing and translational genomics technology by agreeing to acquire the influential Sage Labs Inc in St Louis for up to $48 million in a cash plus share deal.

Biology award for Cambridge scientist

Kate-McAllisterUniversity of Cambridge neuroscience PhD student, Kate McAllister has won The New Researcher Prize from The Society of Biology.

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