British manufacturing icon Lola Composites has been reborn almost a year after falling into administration – and the new owners are already hiring at the heart of the Cambridge technology cluster.
Global sales have doubled of a tracking system that combines geographic information systems technology from Ubisense in Cambridge UK with the power of Google Maps for Business.
Cambridge University and corporates in Europe’s leading technology cluster have been given the green light to apply for £85 million of new funding designed to accelerate research crucial to the UK’s hi-tech future.
Cambridge innovators have devised a game-changing solution to eradicate costly system downtime in manufacturing, Information Technology and other business segments that rely on maintaining a constant power supply.
Cambridge inventor Lyndsay Williams has helped US technology giant Apple ringfence Intellectual Property governing a new SmartPen device.
Cambridge technology power brokers have notched a critical milestone that accelerates progress towards effective Machine2Machine connectivity across billions of devices worldwide.
Matt Meyer is CEO of Taylor Vinters, a globally influential next generation law firm with offices in Cambridge, London and Singapore. Taylor Vinters is positioning itself as an elite law firm operating internationally in the areas of technology, investment and private client business.
Personalised medicines technology from Horizon Discovery in Cambridge UK has won further favour with Californian drug discovery business Crown Bioscience Inc, which has extended a key collaboration.
Cambridge inhaler technology has started a European-wide rollout with global markets next on the commercial roadmap.
World-leading design innovators are coming to Cambridge this summer to explain how 3D printing using lunar soil could create housing for space explorers on the Moon’s surface.
New Cambridge University technology could open the path to creating holographic biosensors.
Transatlantic technology business Metaswitch Networks has set up a new product development facility at Cambridge University’s West Cambridge site.
Sci-fi fans buzzing at the development of a Star Wars-style Jedi speeder bike can rub shoulders with the inventor at the Nerve disruptive technology summit in Cambridge this summer.
While technology giant Intel continues the search for a new CEO, its Cambridge-based arch rival ARM has had the succession in hand for some time and has already inked in its roadmap to future growth under new leadership.
Springboard IoT – Europe's first hardware accelerator highlighting new technology plays for the Internet of Things – has kicked off in Cambridge UK.
Cambridge UK industrial business Johnson Matthey has bought a stake in the future of chemicals innovation with a £107 million international acquisition.
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- May Gurney in three-in-a-bid romp
- Rio target for Cambridge radar technology
- Cambridge oxygen device can cut child mortality
- Neul in Google’s Africa white space trial
- Cambridge Consultants opens in Singapore
- ProteinLogic wins NHS MedTech award
- Cambridge crowdfunding concept takes off
- Cambridge Cognition in £15m AIM IPO
- Wireless procurement on trial at Old Bailey
- IP attorney doubts power of dispute mediation move
- Production expands for cancer fighting product
- Takeda grows Latin American presence
- Osborne too cash-strapped to aspire
- ARM takes Business of the Year glory
- Small cell pioneer raises £4.5 million
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