The unparalleled growth of the Cambridge technology and life science clusters have driven record numbers of jobs in the East of England of the UK.
Cambridge UK innovations specialist Elektron Technology plc is up for sale. Offers for the business are being invited up to a May 2 deadline.
A fresh surge in export business across a broad sweep of territories is driving higher revenues and greater profitability for Cambridge UK digital radio technology specialist, Sepura plc.
Vital information on soil – which influences a range of UK industries – is going online in a new, one-hit resource.
UK manufacturers need to get a grip of the new industrial landscape globally and adapt their strategies accordingly, Cambridge experts have warned.
Catherine Bacon has moved from Mills & Reeve to join Birketts’ private client team in Cambridge.
Having published continually since the days of Henry VIII, and acting as it does as a department of the University of Cambridge, Cambridge University Press may not be considered as a revolutionary, but its approach to digital publishing is leading the way.
Janette Pallas has returned to St John’s Innovation Centre as Head of Consultancy Services.
The University of Cambridge’s Professor Christopher Dobson has been awarded the 2014 Heineken Prize for Biochemistry and Biophysics – recognising his achievements in helping to identify the root causes of disorders including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.
Professor Prem Sikka of Essex Business School has been awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA). The award recognises the professor’s distinguished service to the accounting academy.
Anglia Ruskin University scientists have developed a tool for surgeons to reduce knee replacement operations, which could potentially save the NHS millions of pounds a year.
One of Britain’s leading print and design companies is planning further expansion from its base in Hertfordshire after securing new banking facilities from Clydesdale Bank.
A Scottish onshore and offshore electrical material supply company has opened for business on Gorleston’s Beacon Park – creating an additional nine jobs and enabling it to service southern North Sea clients from Norfolk, rather than from Aberdeen.
Anglia Ruskin University researchers in Cambridge UK has been granted €463,000 to lead Biz4Age, an 18-month European project focusing on innovation for healthy ageing.
A capsule that could provide a side-effect-free remedy for iron deficiency has been developed by a scientific team featuring University of Bedfordshire iron expert Dr Sebastien Farnaud.
Rail operator Abellio Greater Anglia is opening a new, off-peak half-hourly service between the technology cluster in Cambridge and the UK’s Stansted Airport as part of a £20 million investment in its East of England services.
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