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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has agreed to locate its European partnership in the UK, the Government announced today.
A special discount is being offered to members of the Cambridge Network for an innovative, interactive conference on corporate leadership and organisational development training.
Two undergraduates are out of intensive care after being treated for the killer brain bug, meningitis.
High technology companies in Cambridge warmly welcomed the announcement on Friday that Nasdaq plans to open a European Exchange.
Schoolchildren in North London have had a maths lesson with a difference - the teacher was 60 miles away in Cambridge.
has announced that Entropic Inc, a company based in Cambridge and Washington, D.
San Jose, California - Synaptics, Inc.
As US telecoms operators roll out the latest ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) technology - where existing copper twisted wires are transformed into a multimedia broadband distribution system - what is the reality for users?
Tim Farrar, principal consultant and head of the California off
Scientists have unearthed the oldest fish on the planet - dating from more than 500 million years ago.
The lost village of Hereward the Wake has been unearthed nearly 500 years after disappearing from history.
Software BrainFuel, the just launched monthly electronic newsletter, plugs a yawning gap in the market - the lack of a publication dealing with issues of strategic concern to early stage British software entrepreneurs.
Daredevil pilots Tim Gilbert and Martin Rutty landed in the record books today (Monday) after a 12,000 mile helicopter flight to the other side of the world.
The Director of The Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies at Babson College, USA, Professor Bill Bygrave - widely recognised as a pioneer of entrepreneurship education for undergraduates and MBA students - is to visit Cambridge later this month.