Professor Henning Sirringhaus, a co-founder of Cambridge UK technology pioneer Plastic Logic, has received one of the greatest honours bestowed by peers in the world of materials science.
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A Cambridge MBA alumnus has started a dotcom business that matches parents and students with private tutors online in a bid to leverage the power of one-on-one learning for future generations.
Babies are the focus of a new mind-over-nappies research initiative at the University of Essex.
Mathematicians from the University of Essex have joined forces with the Port of Felixstowe to develop new ways of improving the complex process of handling millions of containers every year.
Millions of animals could be spared lab experimentation in future thanks to medical technology innovation from liver disease experts at Cambridge University.
Researchers at the world famous Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge hope to commercialise new coating technology that could enable buildings to have anti-reflective self-cleaning windows and boost the efficiency of solar cells.
Key influencers from Cambridge and China meet in Beijing next month to discuss how private enterprise can help to realise the hopes expressed in the Third Plenum.
University of Cambridge scientists have successfully transmitted information using miniscule fragments of diamond. Their work could lead to the development of new computing and sensing technologies.
A professor at the University of Bedfordshire claims to have decoded a 600 year old manuscript – said to be ‘the most mysterious’ document in the world.
University of Cambridge scientists have helped map the genome of the oldest known human remains from North America – a child who died some 12,600 years ago in Montana.
The Open University Business School (OUBS) in Milton Keynes is working with police forces and agencies across the UK to help them cope with reduced resources and enhance the service they offer the public.
Cambridge technology trailblazers have been told that the UK is world leader for return on research.
UKTI, supported by the Ellis Goodman Foundation, is offering UK SMEs a unique opportunity attend the ‘Fundamentals for Success in the US Market’ executive business programme at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.
The University of Cambridge is collecting iris and fingerprint patterns from 1.2 billion Indian citizens over the next three years in what it claims to be the largest biometric programme in history.
Medical technology company, Selcia is spearheading a venture to develop new drugs for a devastating tropical disease that threatens almost 70 million people in Africa.
Cambridge product innovator Plextek Consulting has secured unspecified funding from the UK government to develop assistive learning tools for STEM subjects – specifically designed for people with learning difficulties and disabilities.
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