Cutting edge technology from Cambridge Cognition and other Cambridge enterprises is playing a significant role in The Medical Research Council’s £53 million Dementias Research Platform UK (DPUK).
Innovation directors from PepsiCo and Kellogg’s are joining technologists, landowners and growers at the REAP (Realising our Economic and Agricultural Potential) conference on November 12 in Cambridge, UK.
Cambridge Epigenetix, a UK life sciences business, has appointed Dr Fedja Bobanovic as CEO and completed a $5.5M Series A financing led by New Science Ventures.
Weston Homes has paid over the £15 million asking price for a Cambridge city site with planning consent for 143 homes.
The Babraham Institute in the Cambridge UK technology cluster is hosting a science showcase event focusing on its signalling research programme, which aims to encourage academic-industrial collaborations.
Cambridge chip maker ARM has launched new technology that amounts to a ‘killer’ play in the advancement of mobile computing and the Internet of Things.
Acrylicon, one of the world’s fastest growing industrial flooring specialists, has moved its UK headquarters to The Knowledge Centre at Wyboston Lakes in Cambridgeshire.
An Essex manufacturer is targeting a £10m jump in turnover after launching a new solution for the rail sector.
Cambridge is getting closer to giving the world a second blockbuster drug – almost a decade after giving birth to the UK’s first.
The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) in Norwich will lead research into the development of bioinformatics to support the identification and characterisation of viruses through metagenomics.
One of the world’s largest off-road vehicle manufacturers has taken Cambridge UK technology to drive productivity in the US.
The continuing importance of Europe to companies in the Cambridge UK technology heartland has been emphasised by a major contract win for set top box and IPTV specialist Amino Technologies.
Russian technology clusters and startups are looking to strengthen links with Cambridge, it emerged at Moscow’s Open Innovations forum held last week.
Cambridgeshire food and drug retailers are suffering in a bitter and ongoing supermarkets price war as German giants put the squeeze on their UK competitors.
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.
- Cambridge house prices 32.5 per cent ahead of 2007 peak
- Cambridge stars in wireless startups showdown
- MRC hands £25 million to Cambridge for disease research
- 4C Offshore receives grant for data streaming tool
- LSH appoints new director in Cambridge
- New COO at Bidwells
- Solar venture could create 150 jobs in Essex
- eg technology expands into new premises
- Sepura raises €35 million as revenues soar
- Global injector drug deal for Consort Medical
- Bango fits the bill for Samsung
- Cambridge drug hope for lethal child epilepsy
- CCS expands deployment with China Mobile
- Bullish ARM aims to end 2014 with a charge
- ARM scales up again in Cambridge
- Urgent action needed to solve UK housing shortage
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