Performance engineering group, Cosworth, has revealed details of a collaborative R & D programme that will create a centre of excellence for niche volume manufacturing at its Northampton campus in the UK.
Cambridge UK technology neighbours ARM and CSR have become mbed fellows in a further bid to accelerate implementation of the Internet of Things.
Cambridge based PsychologyOnline will provide more NHS patients in the UK with online psychological therapy after signing a partnership deal with Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
Cambridge based Innova Biosciences has formed a significant collaboration with Australian life sciences company TGR BioSciences Pty Ltd (TGR).
Two global leaders in personalised medicines technology – Horizon Discovery in the UK and Transgenomic Inc in the US – have formed an alliance to power advances. The collaboration aims to develop improved genetic diagnostic tests incorporating state of the art controls.
Vapourtec, based in Suffolk, has signed a pioneering, three-year agreement with Nanjing University of Technology (NJUT) in China to establish a joint operation in the fast growing, hitech field of flow chemistry.
IXICO plc, the brain health company formed via a reverse takeover into Cambridge plant biotech Phytopharm, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Beijing Union Medical and Pharmaceutical General Corporation (UMP).
The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) at Norwich Research Park is taking part in the European Union’s DEANN Project to strengthen scientific partnerships between Latin America and Europe by working together on the challenges of future genomics research.
Luton based Hayward Tyler has opened up major global opportunities through a joint strategic initiative with Norwegian company Eureka Pumps AS – a leading supplier of offshore kit to the oil and gas industry.
Two Norfolk Broads holiday companies, Crown Travel and Herbert Woods have announced a partnership whereby Herbert Woods will buy 30 of the Admiral and Emperor cruisers, currently operated under the Le Boat brand name.
A medical technology alliance between Abcodia in Cambridge and Cellmid in Sydney is targeting earlier diagnosis of colorectal cancer. Testing will follow for other forms of cancer.
Cambridge technology innovator RealVNC and global semiconductor giant Texas Instruments have hit the accelerator with in-car infotainment capability.
The University of East Anglia (UEA) is looking to raise vital funds for a new research centre at the Norwich Research Park.
Cambridge Pixel, a UK developer of radar processing and display solutions, is heading for Brazil in search of commercial partners and to localise its open systems radar processing technology for the Latin American defence and security markets.
Florida based Tech Source, Inc has partnered with Cambridge Pixel to speed the development of video applications for systems integrators in the embedded military and aerospace market.
Domino Printing Sciences in Cambridge has strengthened the global standing of its R & D team by becoming a corporate partner with the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).
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- Triple power play on key disease areas
- EPSRC hands wings to university partnership
- Streets in alliance with insolvency specialist
- Marshall targets major Canadian defence deal
- Vernalis drug discovery deal with Genentech
- Park home manufacturers announce merger
- SGWM acquires Stan Gaskin share capital
- Global JV formed to fight superbugs
- ideaSpace company pioneers flexible electronics alliance
- ARM leverages Microsoft alliance
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