A steering wheel designed by Cambridge Design Partnership is being showcased at London Science Museum’s 3D printing exhibition.
Vernalis has moved a step closer to introducing CCP-01 as its first product for the US prescription cough cold market.
The latest version of Cambridge Cognition’s cognitive testing platform for academic research, Cantab Research Suite has been launched.
Japanese electronics giant JVCKENWOOD has chosen technology from Cambridge UK wireless business CSR for a world-first in-car application.
Dr Paul Harper has replaced Peter Keen as chairman at Cambridge auto-injector company Oval Medical Technologies Limited.
M & A and fundraising expert Robert Parker has been appointed chief financial officer of Ubisense, the Cambridge UK smart location technology business.
Life science giants Novartis, Roche and Bayer are attending a high level Cambridge symposium debating the role of big data in the sector hosted by Eagle Genomics.
Security technology warriors Bromium in Cambridge UK and ForeScout Technologies Inc in Silicon Valley have joined forces to provide unprecedented real-time defences against hack attacks.
Cambridge UK locations technology business Ubisense has won an additional order from a large telecoms network operator based in Europe, valued at €4.5 million.
Norfolk company Intelligent Fingerprinting has been awarded a share of a €1 million grant from the European ‘Eurostars’ programme to fund the development of its unique fingerprint drug screening technology for use in drug rehabilitation programmes.
The conveyor belt of class companies continues to roll in the Cambridge technology cluster.
Sphere Fluidics, which has developed unique technology for single cell analysis and characterisation, is recruiting fast from its Cambridge base.
The Cambridge UK technology cluster’s leading companies have increased turnover by £1.2 billion in the last 12 months and are outstripping London for gross value added.
Risk management software company, Brady has appointed Martin Thorneycroft Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary with effect from 2 January 2014.
CamSemi’s recently launched C2172 next generation Primary Side Sensing controller has been named as overall winner in the ‘Low Power Green Design of the Year’ category at the 2013 NMI Electronics Systems Awards.
Cambridge printed electronics trailblazer PragmatIC Printing and fellow UK business Andrews & Wykeham Ltd are joining forces to deliver a range of novel security products based on PragmatIC’s flexible electronic circuits.
- US data centres choose Zinwave technology
- Ubisense secures deal with European carmaker
- Zinwave pushes boat out with technology for cruise liners
- Home Office showcases drug screening firm
- Abcodia sets up major advance in screening
- Sphere Medical shakes up resources to underpin growth
- US telco deal for Amino
- Sepura strengthens business development effort
- US agri group takes Cambridge technology
- US patent success secures global fingerprint
- El of a move as RuneScape goes Spanish
- Vernalis starts US Parkinson’s trial
- Alquist team wins £1m to cut data centre CO2s
- Zinwave takes a shine to Pilkington’s class
- Cambridge company lights up Kenya
- New CEO at Oval Medical
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