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  • ET-probe to counter spaced-out drug cheats

    Technology being honed in the East of England to search for extra-terrestrials may lay the bedrock for a drug detection tool of unparalleled... Read More

  • Hauser eyes city’s first $10bn business

    Cambridge company Plastic Logic has the potential to become the next Intel, according to serial hi-tech entrepreneur and leading VC investor, Dr... Read More

  • £70m Brazilian bait for Lotus

    Lotus Engineering is to play a key role in the development of two highly stylised urban microsports cars capable of running on bioethanol, gasoline... Read More

  • OpenCloud raises $10m funding

    Cambridge-based telecoms support firm, OpenCloud, has raised over $10 million to underpin the company’s international expansion as exclusively... Read More

  • Region’s tekkies a sure bet at Vegas expo

    A technology that removes the last remaining wire from the average desktop headlined a raft of world-class East of England innovations that were... Read More

  • KPMG acts in FedEx deal

    The Cambridge office of KPMG has acted for UK-based courier company ANC as part of its acquisition by US monolith FedEx for £120m.The Cambridge... Read More

  • e2v sensor probes extra terrestrials

    Cutting edge sensor technology from Chelmsford-based e2v is being used in a ground-breaking project that hopes to find new planets teeming with extra... Read More

  • Fight to the Finnish as Inion is forced to cut to the bone

    Scientists at Finnish bone implant specialist Inion’s Cambridge research headquarters are facing an uncertain start to the year after the company... Read More

  • Aquaterra Energy planning expansion

    A Norwich-based offshore engineering company, launched little more than a year ago with a five-strong team is planning major expansion in 2007. A... Read More

  • SHAREtrack tops FTSE in bright start

    The SHAREtrack 100 – in association with PricewaterhouseCoopers – has started 2007 where it left off last year, by showing the FTSE 100 a clean pair... Read More

  • Cluster Resources opens Cambridge base

    Utah-based Cluster Resources has opened its first European base of operations at the Cambridge Science Park Innovation Centre. Utah-based Cluster... Read More

  • BioFocus signs £1.23m extension to Amgen collaboration

    BioFocus DPI has signed a £1.23 million expansion to its drug discovery collaboration with Amgen, extending their partnership through 2007 and 2008... Read More

  • TTP plane sailing

    TTP has completed a key enabling technology for the provision of mobile phone services on airplanes.TTP has completed a key enabling technology for... Read More

  • CDT buys US asset

    CDT has acquired the assets of Next Sierra, a California-based hardware developer that specialises in designing display driver chips.CDT has acquired... Read More

  • Sepura’s £390m ambulance ‘cut’

    Cambridge-based terrestrial trunked radio (TETRA) specialist Sepura has enjoyed a successful end to the year, including a share of a 13-year, £390m... Read More

  • Luton firm acquired

    Camlab in Cambridge has acquired MJ Patterson (Scientific) in Luton, a regional lab supplies distributor, for an undisclosed sum. Camlab, a... Read More

  • Further funding for Babraham BioConcepts

    Early-stage life sciences investment company, Babraham BioConcepts, has announced a close of additional funding from the Rainbow Seed Fund, which now... Read More

  • Computacenter acquires Digica

    Herts-based IT infrastructure provider Computacenter has announced the acquisition of Digica for a £15.9m consideration and settlement of £12.1m in... Read More

  • Ray Smith Group opens new facility

    Ray Smith Group, a designer and manufacturer of tail lifts for commercial vehicles, has opened a new vehicle repair facility at its Fengate,... Read More

  • Acambis hits mark

    Acambis announces that it met the deadline for the delivery of smallpox vaccines to the US government, a key target in meeting its 2006 revenue... Read More

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