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  • Acteon reels off Scottish acquisitions

    The acquisition of three Scotland-based companies by Acteon has taken the Norfolk offshore oil and gas specialist's new company count for the last 18... Read More

  • Profits boosted at Northgate

    Herts ICT supplier, Northgate Information Solutions has reported a four per cent boost in pre-tax profits, on the back of a six per cent gain in... Read More

  • At Communications in contract extension

    Harlow-based AT Communications has announced an extension to its existing six year contract with BT with an agreement to supply Mitel products, which... Read More

  • Emap moves east

    Peterborough-based media group, Emap has announced a move into the growing Asian economy with the £3.7m purchase of 40.1 per cent of Mumbai magazine... Read More

  • Premier Foods sells frozen foods business

    The UK's largest food manufacturer, Premier Foods has announced that it is to offload the frozen food business it acquired with RHM in December, and... Read More

  • Korean deal for Sepura

    Digital radio specialist, Cambridge-based Sepura, is to assist South Korea's Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency serve and protect a population in... Read More

  • Your Avnet, IP and E firm is told

    Stevenage-based electronic components distributor, Avnet Time has acquired Interconnect, Passive and Electromechanical (IP... Read More

  • Biobullets flexes its global mussel

    International momentum is gathering fast behind a Cambridge technology as groundbreaking trials on three continents near completion for a product... Read More

  • Arc seeks slice of US bio-energy initiative

    Companies based in the Oxford2Cambridge Arc could be cut in on a new bio-energy initiative in the United States. A partnership of three national... Read More

  • Woolies win for Episys

    Royston-based Episys has delivered high street retailer Woolworths with a labelling solution, which the 98 year old firm has described as "most... Read More

  • GMS to build broadband link in Asia

    Chelmsford cable specialist, Global Marine Systems, is to construct a powerful subsea broadband link between Indonesia and Singapore to help meet the... Read More

  • Prelude invests in Xanadu

    Cambridge based Prelude Trust plc, the investment trust managed by Esprit Capital Management Ltd that specialises in high growth technology-based... Read More

  • Perkins reborn in China after winning legal battle

    Perkins Goup, the Peterborough based global engine manufacturer, has emerged triumphant from a four-year legal battle to stop what it considered to... Read More

  • American boost in BAA monopoly fight

    The decision by American Airlines, the world's largest carrier, to return to Stansted with both economy and business seats will trigger an expansion... Read More

  • Younger Berry experiment

    Norwich researchers are to investigate a compound found in the humble elderberry that has the potential to boost skin condition and prevent heart... Read More

  • Volcanic Findings

    The largest volcanic eruption on Earth in the last 2 million years may not have had the cataclysmic effects that some scientists have proposed,... Read More

  • Food allergy: New weapon

    A molecular breakthrough at the Institute of Food Research (IFR) in Norwich could lay the foundation for the world's first treatment of potentially... Read More

  • Cambridge team unearths cancer link

    Scientists at the University of Cambridge have unearthed a link between an intrinsic part of the immune system and milk-producing cells in the breast... Read More

  • Artificial pancreas to bring relief for diabetes sufferers

    Insulin treatment for people with type 1 diabetes could soon see drastic improvement thanks to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)funded... Read More

  • TTP revolutionises the aerosol can

    A Cambridge hi-tech consultancy is set to revolutionise the aerosol industry with the launch of a technology that represents one of the most... Read More

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