Star neuroscientist, Professor Trevor Robbins has brought another international accolade to the Cambridge UK medical technology cluster.
The UK government is launching a new European Internet of Things funding competition designed to support young, early stage companies in the Shoreditch and Cambridge tech clusters.
Cambridge UK medical imaging technology pioneer, Objective Imaging Limited, has started production of a revolutionary new tissue scanner – the Glissando - thanks to funding from The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has heaped praise on Cambridge cluster technology stars ARM and Neul on his visit to CeBIT in Germany – calling the duo “amazing.”
Two teams of University of Cambridge students in the UK have won a prestigious international competition to commercialise innovative breast cancer technology.
Aviation Minister, Robert Goodwill, has officially opened Stansted Airport’s new and improved 22 lane security search area – the first phase of Stansted’s £80 million project to transform the iconic terminal building and improve the passenger experience.
Norfolk’s flagship aircraft maintenance company, KLM UK Engineering, has taken on 13 apprentices in earn-while-you-learn roles.
“I needed someone to give me a kick up the backside.” And with that thought in mind David Jaggard, the managing director of IT consultancy Fluid, decided to apply to the GrowthAccelerator scheme.
The transformation of a 1980s office building into a high quality care and nursing home is progressing at speed as contractor, Wates, prepares to embark on the second phase of the development on Pegs Lane in Hertford.
NHS England has awarded Care UK contracts for healthcare services at HMP Brixton and HMP Pentonville – bringing the number of offender institutions the Essex business works in to 21.
A one-day conference for engineers, designers and computer scientists working to develop intelligent systems and devices is to take place on May 22 in Cambridge.
Vapourtec in Suffolk has developed the UV-150, a pioneering photochemical reactor that will lead to more efficient, precise, consistent, safe and scalable photochemical synthesis.
A high technology radar from Blighter Surveillance Systems in Cambridge UK is being targeted at the US homeland security and commercial airport markets.
Tidal Transit, a company that transports technicians to and from the Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm (SSOWF) located between 17 and 23 miles off the coast of Norfolk in the North Sea, is playing an additional role in support of SSOWF's health and safety initiatives.
Construction has started on a 42,000 sq ft R & D building pre-let to Takeda Cambridge Limited at 430 Cambridge Science Park. Work is due to be completed in April 2015.
Cambridge’s new temple to cleantech – the Future Business Centre on King’s Hedges Road – is almost 70 per cent let, sole agent Januarys reports.
- Neptunus on the ball for Six Nations rugby fans
- XJTAG expands engineering capability with new technology
- £5.35m paid for Peterborough warehouse
- Fairline Boats leverages Miami and Istanbul showcases
- Cambridge technology tackles beer contamination
- Expansion follows acquisition for oneagency.co
- Birketts strengthens shipping legal services team
- Antenova targets €40 billion market
- Former Park and Ride site on the market in Cambridge
- Plastic Logic co-founder joins global greats
- Premium retailers to make a Marque in Cambridge
- Online psychology venture celebrates fresh success
- Royston Labels buys production facility
- Nuclear breakthrough for Hayward Tyler
- AVEVA mines new opportunity in Chile
- Cooper Lomaz appoints business development specialist
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