Tourist trips into outer space will ensure man boldly goes on with the exploration of the galaxy, top astronaut Buzz Aldrin has claimed.
Cambridge University-educated Abdulla Baabood, the Omani Chairman of Intevents Ltd - a Gulf and UK-based events company - and the driving force behind the inaugural University of Cambridge, Judge Institute of Management , 19 - 22 June believes the only wa
Within a year of moving into its purpose-built premises at Royston, The Automation Partnership is already running out of space.
YTKO, the international marketing agency, has been appointed by Maxtor to manage the European launch of its new MaxAttach NAS (Network Attached Storage) 4100 file server.
Nearly three-quarters of all mobile subscribers would like a phone that would work as an office phone as well as an ordinary mobile.
Energis says it is disappointed that talks with British Telecom about the long-running wrangle over local loop unbundling have broken down.
Samsung Electronics has developed a 2-inch display for mobile phones, which allows moving pictures in full colour.
TWI at Granta Park, Great Abington is to head a 2.
City bosses are frightened they could be sued by their staff for reading the wrong e-mails.
Venture capitalists in the UK invested a bumper 8 billion last year.
A pool of part-time finance directors is coming to town.
Adaptive Broadband, the company a year ago predicted to become bigger than ARM, has made three-quarters of its workforce in Cambridge redundant.
PA Consulting at Melbourn is to spin out another company, this time in the pharma sector.
Investors ignored the General Election yesterday (Wednesday) and focused on more doom and gloom from the US.
Investors quite rightly insist on independent due diligence when
investigating legal and financial issues, yet are surprisingly willing
to take the word of software staff at face value.
Your help is needed in a bid by Cambridge University to host the 'FutureLab' of the National Endowment for Science and Technology in the Arts (NESTA).
Art and ARM converge on Saturday in the Cambridge chip design company's atrium where internationally-known painter, Tess Recordon has an exhibition.