A cull of 100 healthy sheep began on a farm in Cambridgeshire this morning.
The Cambridge Entrepreneurship Centre last night scooped the Cambridge Evening News Business Training award for 2001.
Businesses are unaware and ill-informed of the financial risks posed by new technology and need to remedy this.
A 12,000-year-old Irish Elk fossil is to make a welcome return to a Cambridge University museum after vital restoration work.
The latest stage in the development of a part-time Master of Studies Degree in Community Enterprise was completed this month, says the Judge Institute of Management.
Hewlett Packard has provided funding to the Judge Institute for industrially sponsored research into E-Learning.
Test tube baby pioneer Dr Robert Edwards is to be awarded an honorary degree from Cambridge University.
E-Minister Patricia Hewitt has announced a three-part 70 million government investment in technology to keep the UK at the forefront of the high tech revolution.
Shares in London slid more than 90 points in early trading yesterday (Wednesday), taking their lead from dives in the US overnight.
Richard Spring, MP FOR West Suffolk, visited the Haverhill plant of U.
The legality of IR35 is being contested at the high court and a decision whether to uphold it will be made very soon.
Hi-tech firms need to ditch the idea of a separate e-economy and concentrate on using technological advances to deliver what people need.
The cannabis plant is the foundation of a revolutionary new building project where houses are being made from hemp.
Where will Go go next? Reports that 3i is now the sole bidder for the budget airline are not being denied by the investment house.
A pioneering research centre was opened in Cambridge by Science Minister Lord Sainsbury -- and there was a message from his boss too.
A longer life for the red dot that pinpoints a bullet's target has been achieved by Generics Group.
The Java programming language is now widely recognised as the technology of choice for e-business.
Tech stocks worldwide may be suffering but funds are still pouring into Cambridge.
London shares staged a comeback yesterday (Tuesday), powering ahead more than 50 points as telecoms stocks posted healthy gains.
Acambis has topped a fantastic year with news that it has signed a deal with The Swiss Serum & Vaccine Institute Berne to create the first single dose oral vaccine against both typhoid and cholera.