Xention, a Cambridge-based biopharma business, has been awarded £1.4 million by the Technology Strategy Board to develop new medicines to combat irregular heartbeat.
Cambridge-based Arecor, which provides advanced formulation technology to the pharmaceutical industry, has won UK government backing to help develop more stable formulations of protein drugs.
Base4 Innovation, a private DNA sequencing company based in Cambridge, and Japanese innovator Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation are collaborating to develop a long read-length, single-molecule, nanopore-based DNA sequencing system.
Cambridge technology helped police boost surveillance at the just-ended Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
A world authority on intensive care medicines has joined the Medical Advisory Board of Cambridge based Sphere Medical Holdings.
Thirteen companies have burst into the new Killer50 rankings and two former members of the elite have bounced back – showing that, like time and tide, technology waits for no man.
Cambridge-based cyber security startup Darktrace zooms straight into a greatly changed line-up in The Killer50 rankings – making Business Weekly’s list of the Cambridge Cluster’s hottest technology companies in record time.
Bango, the Cambridge UK mobile payments technology company, has launched one-click direct operator billing for Samsung Galaxy Apps with Etisalat, the telecoms giant with operations in 19 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Cambridge UK wireless technology business Zinwave has come up with a surefire winner for sports fans around the globe by improving realtime access to data services during matches.
Aeronautical engineer and private pilot Adrian Hillcoat – formerly with Hewlett Packard – has become CEO at e-Go aeroplanes, which has created a super light micro aircraft for global sale from a Cambridge UK technology hub.
CCS, the small cell technology specialist based in Cambridge UK, has emerged covered in glory from trials with China Telecom – results that should pave the way for success across the globe.
AVEVA, the Cambridge UK engineering technology specialist, is boosting efficiency for a major player in the African oil & gas sector.
Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL), a global leader in multipoint microwave technologies based in the UK, has been named as a Red Herring Top 100 Europe award winner - honouring the year’s most promising private technology ventures from the European business region.
Cambridge Intelligence, the young company responsible for the KeyLines data visualisation toolkit technology, has relocated to its own larger premises. The business is leaving Cambridge University’s ideaSpace accelerator to take up residence in the former Xerox Research Centre – a spacious city centre facility overlooking Parker’s Piece.
The decision by tracking technology business Ubisense to expand its product suite has paid off with another major international contract for the Cambridge UK company.
Cambridge-based Amino, leader in IPTV, has scooped a top industry award for its Amino Home Reach home monitoring and control solution.
- Cambridge tech on display at London 3D exhibition
- Vernalis completes final study for cough cold product
- Cognitive research software launched
- CSR-JVC in car technology world first
- Former CAT boss is new chair at Oval Medical
- Ubisense names deals expert as new CFO
- Big Pharma backs Big Data summit in Cambridge
- Cambridge-Valley tech warriors battle the hackers
- Ubisense secures €4.5m telco order
- Intelligent Fingerprinting secures share of €1m
- Axol Bioscience, XO1 and Trustonic join Ones2watch
- Sphere Fluidics hires experienced R & D director
- Cambridge technology leaders add £1.2bn to bottom line
- Brady Plc appoints Thorneycroft as CFO
- CamSemi innovation is rewarded
- Cambridge IP fires new products
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