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.
Turkey’s largest owner operator in the oil & gas industry, is investing extensively in AVEVA software from Cambridge.
The world’s leading nickel producer, anchored in Russia, has chosen Cambridge technology to boost efficiencies.
Sepura, the Cambridge, UK telecoms company, has made enhancements to its mobile stop and search solution which has already saved the Greater Manchester Police significant budget, while considerably boosting their efficiency and the reporting processes.
Mobile chip developer, Nujira has been shortlisted for two categories at the British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs) as the ‘Design Team of the Year.’
Cambridge University spin-out Skin Analytics is expanding into the US, CEO Neil Daly has revealed.
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 takes payments for Samsung apps to massive global market
- Zinwave a winner with sports fans worldwide
- High-flying engineer new e-Go aeroplanes CEO
- China Telecom trial glory for Cambridge small cell pioneer
- AVEVA role in African oil and gas industry
- Cambridge business a big fish in Red Herring rankings
- Cambridge Intelligence grows headcount from new city HQ
- Ubisense secures $1.2m network order
- Top industry award for Amino
- 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
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