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Life science investor interest highest for 10 years

Andy-RichardsInvestor interest in the Cambridge UK life science cluster is running at its highest level for more than a decade, according to serial biotechnology entrepreneur Andy Richards.

Educational demand drives CUP growth

Peter-PhillipsGlobal demand for English language teaching and general education literature has driven a 12th successive year of growth at Cambridge University Press despite stiff currency headwinds.

Growing engineering firm moves into fuel cells

53-Pembroke-avenueHuxley Bertram, a bespoke engineering and automation company serving international markets across industry, medical and other technology segments, has expanded with a move to new UK headquarters.

Antitope and UCL collaborate on key antibody

Antitope-labCambridge UK Medtech business Antitope Limited and University College London are collaborating to humanise an anti-LRG1 antibody as part of an MRC-funded translational research and product development programme being undertaken by the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology.

Cambridge hosts ‘downtown to boomtown’ decider

Cambridge-BID-teamCambridge will host the final of a competition for young UK entrepreneurs showcasing ideas to turn shabby High Streets into thriving retail hubs.

ARM takes SimPrints cash haul to half a million

SimPrints co-founder and Gates Cambridge Scholar, Daniel StoristeanuSuperchip giant ARM Holdings has fortified its ‘pay-it-forward’ strategy to help Cambridge UK technology startups by pumping an additional £100k into healthcare fledgling SimPrints.

Agri-tech harnessed for greater farming yields

Produce-WorldAn East of England agri-tech partnership is sharing in £18 million UK government funding to harness Big Data to boost farming yields and operational facilities.

ARM spearheads historic Information Age showpiece

Science-MuseumCambridge technology great ARM Holdings is backing an exciting new Information Age Gallery at The Science Museum in London. The showpiece opens to the public on October 25.

Hinchingbrooke office building acquired

Hinchingbrooke-Unit-12Barford + Co has announced the acquisition of an investment at 12 Ramsay Court, Hinchingbrooke Business Park, Huntingdon on behalf of a private client.

Cambridge CleanTech masterclass for German delegation

CCTech-GarrattA German delegation from Potsdam is coming to Cambridge UK for a science & technology masterclass focusing on CleanTech.

Bug-busting technology takes to the road

Greg-Law-2014A Cambridge UK company developing bug-busting software has launched a new generation version that takes the technology onto the road and into customers’ sites.

Vectura cashing in on transition success

Chris-Blackwell-2014Seasoned Cambridge market watchers are used to seeing companies in the technology sector pivot – sometimes pirouette.

East of England leads UK for industrial construction deals

Michael-DallThe East of England accounted for nearly half the total value of industrial construction contracts across the UK in July.

Ale’s well that ends well as brewery hires Shakespeare

Rachel-ShakespeareA Norfolk craft brewery has turned to a wordsmith called Shakespeare to add some froth as head of marketing. Rachael Shakespeare that is.

Software startups at fever pitch

Adelina-ChalmersA new initiative from the Cambridge UK technology cluster is handing software startups an inside track to growth.

Cambridge materials revelation looks all white

CyphochilusThe physical properties of ultra-white scales on a South East Asia beetle could be utilised to make whiter paper, plastics and paints according to Cambridge UK researchers.

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