Cambridge-California networking technology business Solarflare has triggered an engineering jobs boom in the UK’s innovation capital and taken more space to accommodate the headcount surge. It represents an investment over 10 years of £2.96 million ($4.75m).
Plans to provide an unmanned version of e-Go aeroplanes’ microlight aircraft has been launched through a new partnership between the Cambridge company and Bedford UK neighbour Blue Bear Systems Research.
Average house prices in Cambridge and London have increased by over three times the national mean in the last 12 months – and Cambridge has achieved the sharpest climb of all UK cities beyond the acknowledged 2007 peak.
Cambridge duo Aseptika and Speechmatics took two of the five main prizes at the Discovering Start-ups final for UK wireless innovators yesterday - success which opens up a potential world of new business for the companies.
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.
Grant programme, Supply Chain innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy (SCORE), recently awarded 4C Offshore a grant for £22,000 to develop an innovative web delivery system for its vast amount of insights into the offshore sector.
National commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton has appointed Betsy Wong as director and head of property management for the East region. She will be based in Cambridge.
Bidwells has strengthened its management team with the appointment of Catherine Spitzer as chief operating officer. She will be based at Bidwells House, Cambridge.
The formation of a solar panel company could result in 150 jobs and a £100 million economic boost for Essex in the next five years.
eg technology, a leading Cambridge-based engineering design company, has outgrown its existing premises at Burleigh House in Cambridge.
Communications technology company Sepura has deepened its coffers with a major new credit facility as it also continues to hoist revenues through international sales.
Consort Medical company Bespak has won a significant development contract with a major global player for its autoinjector technology for drug delivery.
Global electronics heavyweight Samsung has turned to Cambridge technology to help maximise payback from a raft of digital content.
GW Pharmaceuticals in Cambridge has won a key European approval for a cannabis-based drug to fight Dravet’s syndrome – a rare and lethal form of childhood epilepsy resistant to current treatments.
China Mobile – the world’s largest mobile network operator – has expanded its deployment of Cambridge company CCS’ small cell backhaul technology with a new installation in its Fujian Mobile branch.
ARM Holdings reports accelerating royalty growth and strong demand for its technology and will hit market expectations for the final quarter of 2014, says CEO Simon Segars.
- ARM scales up again in Cambridge
- Urgent action needed to solve UK housing shortage
- If it’s Huawei it’s the highway, US tells Cambridge techs
- Cambridge-London alliance accelerates IoT delivery
- Time to show windpower world we mean business
- Honorary business doctorate for Alan Barrell
- Peiperl accepts Cranfield University role
- Massachusetts cleantech incubators join forces with OrbisEnergy
- Architects design first step in West Norfolk regeneration masterplan
- Getting switched on to energy industry
- Nissan dealer opens new Cambridge showroom
- Freewheeling Bicycle Therapeutics raises $32 million
- Qualcomm alert as fresh predators circle CSR
- CSR jobs at risk after Qualcomm takeover
- AZ and University build historic Cambridge research ecosystem
- Cambridge-Sydney alliance seeks drugs to fight killer bugs
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