Social research company, MindGraph has been accepted into the Innovation Martlesham (IM) Incubator in Suffolk.
The joint promoters of Northstowe, the Homes and Communities Agency and Gallagher Estates, will progress the first phase of the new town after the Joint Development Committee approved the section 106 planning agreement in principle.
Vernalis, the medical technology business with major research operations in Cambridge UK, has bought $100 million as a windbreak against dollar fluctuations.
Cambridge UK technology innovator Cronto Ltd and comdirect bank AG, a leading direct bank in Germany with over 1.7 million customers, have come up with a new weapon in the fight against hackers.
A dotcom launched today at the heart of the Cambridge technology cluster aims to leverage sports gadgets and fitness tips to counter health and related problems in the UK, which the founders say has “one of the most inactive populations on earth.”
Cambridge UK technology twosome Zinwave and Breathing Buildings have been named as finalists for the Red Herring 100 Europe elite.
A large carmaker has deployed technology from Cambridge-based Ubisense to drive efficiencies across its manufacturing facility in France.
Kansas City manufacturer Milbank has set up a European hub in Cambridge UK to explore smart energy market opportunities in partnership with Cambridge-based technology design innovator Sentec.
CEO Greg McCray, who has helped grow Antenova Ltd into a global concern, has left the Cambridge UK wireless technology business as it executes a new strategy to target the burgeoning Machine2Machine and connected device markets.
Medical technology facilitator Abcam Plc in Cambridge UK has forged a licensing deal with a major player in New York that will improve research into neurodegeneration and drug addiction.
Billions of web pages from millions of websites, as well as public Facebook posts and tweets, are being preserved for time immemorial thanks to a technology initiative at Cambridge University Library in the UK and five other major libraries.
A collaboration between UltraSoc and the University of Cambridge designed to increase energy efficiency in electronic systems has won £150,000 backing from the UK innovation agency, the Technology Strategy Board.
TWI has welcomed South Cambridgeshire District Council’s decision to grant outline planning permission for a £40 million expansion programme at the company’s Granta Park headquarters.
A new company has joined the business community at Granta Park near Cambridge at the heart of the science & technology cluster. Infomedia (IFM Europe), a leading global provider of information solutions, has signed to lease around 3,000 sq ft at Riverside 1.
British manufacturing icon Lola Composites has been reborn almost a year after falling into administration – and the new owners are already hiring at the heart of the Cambridge technology cluster.
Global sales have doubled of a tracking system that combines geographic information systems technology from Ubisense in Cambridge UK with the power of Google Maps for Business.
- £85m boost for engineering research
- Productivity benefit from Cambridge power play
- Cambridge inventor helps ringfence Apple IP
- Cambridge IoT breakthrough worth the weight
- Matt Meyer, chief executive at Taylor Vinters
- Horizon secures California drug discovery millions
- Global roll-out planned for new inhaler
- Cambridge over the moon at lunar housing coup
- Cambridge holograms pave way for biosensors
- Transatlantic business opens Cambridge base
- Inventor of flying bike to appear at Nerve
- Intel incidental to ARM’s own roadmap for growth
- Canadians boost Springboard IoT
- Johnson Matthey pays £107m for chemicals innovator
- Babraham in €6m brain ageing initiative
- May Gurney in three-in-a-bid romp
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