A transatlantic technology collaboration between ARM in Cambridge UK and NASDAQ-quoted LogMeIn promises to accelerate the commercialisation of products in the mega-connected world created by the Internet of Things.
Essex University faculty and students have pioneered a new wave of education in an initiative that owed more to grampus than campus.
A Cambridge-Belgium technology collaboration has created a device which helps people whose speech has been impaired by crippling conditions to find their voice.
The launch of a pioneering alliance between the powerhouse technology clusters of Cambridge UK and Singapore in Asia brought an instant payback.
The University of Cambridge and University College London (UCL) will share in a £50 million bonus haul from the UK government designed to unearth new technology and encourage entrepreneurship to advance medical innovation.
BlinkPipe was started in late 2010 by Dave Gwilt and Alex Nancekievill, two Cambridge University alumni, who both have MBAs from London Business School.
Waitrose is piloting East of England technology that can validate the provenance of British food products – potentially right down to the local region where it was grown.
Just as some of the best boxers in history have emerged from ghettoes in poorer districts, so scores of startups are being born against the most austere economic back-up anyone in the UK can remember.
New energy monitoring technology from Sentec in Cambridge in collaboration with global sensors specialist Selex has won a significant industry accolade. Their invention, GridKey – a low voltage substation monitoring system – has won the UK Energy Innovation award for the ‘Best Smart Grid Technology’.
The prototype e-Go aircraft, made in Cambridgeshire, will make its debut at AeroExpo in the East of England later this month, co-founder Tony Bishop has revealed.
A video production company in Cambridge has plugged into a global boom by switching news providers onto their own video channels using virtual studios.
Matthew Hancock MP for West Suffolk and Minister for Skills, visited manufacturing giant Marshall of Cambridge to be updated on the work the company is undertaking and to be briefed particularly on its many and varied training initiatives.
Great Yarmouth based energy services company Proserv has won a multi-million dollar contract in Angola, underpinning the company’s fast-evolving subsea status and increasing demand for its sampling system innovations.
Bookings for new summer direct flights and holiday packages to Jersey departing from Cambridge Airport are exceeding all expectations, according to tour operator CI Travel.
Cambridge UK clean technology company iSotera is among three East of England companies to share £1.75 million support from the Low Carbon Innovation Fund (LCIF).
Autonomy boss Robert Youngjohns believes he’s winning the battle to stop the rot at the Cambridge and London UK technology business and turn it “from a good to a great software company.”
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