Cambridge duo Optibrium and NextMove Software, developers of software and chemoinformatics solutions for drug discovery, are to collaborate on the integration of NextMove Software’s Matsy technology with Optibrium’s StarDrop software suite.
Cambridge technology company RealVNC has secured a landmark customer win in the medical sector.
Two global influencers in medical technology have strengthened the board of Cambridge UK diagnostic device manufacturer Sphere Medical.
Software from Cambridge plant engineering specialist AVEVA is being used to extract oil and gas from a large Norwegian field in an initiative that will also massively reduce carbon emissions.
ViewRanger, the Cambridge-created app for adventure, is being featured in the Motorola Moto 360 Experiences campaign highlighting the new Moto 360 smart watch.
Brady, the Cambridge UK commodity trading software specialist, has clinched a major new deal in Bahrain.
EDF Energy, the UK's largest producer of low-carbon electricity, has hand-picked Cambridge clean technology to help slash consumption in the home. It chose Green Energy Options (geo) as winner of an innovation contest launched by EDF in partnership with IC tomorrow.
Former Ford, M & S and Lloyds Banking Group big-hitter Sue Harris has strengthened the board of Cambridge life science research tools provider Abcam.
Global chemistry company Solvay has utilised sustainability software from CRedit360 in Cambridge UK to introduce a consistent, group-wide approach to sustainability reporting following its acquisition of Rhodia.
Mobile payments technology from Cambridge UK is driving Samsung’s first foray into direct carrier billing in Africa. Bango is providing the DCB expertise for Samsung GALAXY Apps through a triple alliance with Telkom South Africa.
Philip Hand, a drug industry veteran with more than 20 years’ experience in medical diagnostics, has joined Intelligent Fingerprinting, the Norwich-based company developing the world’s first fingerprint-based drug screening device, as a non-executive director.
Dutch company ZoBio has teamed up with Cambridge’s Domainex for a cancer drug collaboration with US company FORMA Therapeutics.
Plastic Logic has won the OLED Innovation Excellence award for its flexible display technology.
Horizon Discovery has launched technology designed to enhance breast cancer research. The company has unveiled Patient-Derived Xenograft (PDX) models of breast cancer under its SAGE Labs brand.
Cambridge UK duo Audio Analytic and Aveillant have been named as Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Innovation Awards 2014 finalists.
CCS – formerly Cambridge Communication Systems Limited – which has created the world’s first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system for mobile networks, has been chosen as a finalist for the World Communication Awards 2014.
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