A method of speeding up the diagnosis of foot and mouth disease has won DTI funding in the latest round of Smart Awards.
The British Computer Society is looking for the best in UK information technology to enter its IT Awards.
<br/>Deadline for nominations is the end of May. Visit http://www.bcs.org.uk/awards/intro.htm for a nomination form.
The European Commission has launched its 'GoDigital' initiative aimed at encouraging small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to get online.
Astron Clinica stole the show at the recent World Congress on Melanoma in Venice.
The relentless pressure on the telecoms market led to another 11,000 jobs being shed last week - with around 2,700 in the UK.
Buy them low, sell them high the saying goes but should investors apply that rule to Internet stocks that are a fraction of their list price? Could the downturn in the dot.
After terrible trading last week, which saw the FTSE-100 Index close at a 27-month low on Friday, shares opened in cautious mood yesterday (Monday).
Late-night tobogganing after a few glasses of gluhwein will never be the same again.
Police in Cambridgeshire are warning of possible disruption due to a national day of action against Huntingdon Life Sciences planned for next month.
Medgate Publishing's portal and comprehensive equipment catalogue for healthcare professionals 'The Really Useful Equipment Guide' now uses Metaweb eMarketing technology for customer liaison and hospital equipment exchange.
Steel Spyda, Cambs-based video and new media Production Company, is offering a scheme to help a local wildlife park survive through the devastating foot and mouth outbreak.
If you're having difficulty finding the right commercial premises, are less than delighted with those you have, or simply want to find out more about the commercial property market in Cambridge, don't miss Cambridge Network's Caf Networking event tonight(Wednesday 21 March).
The University of Cambridge will be celebrating the official opening of the Cambridge Entrepreneurship Centre this Friday (23rd March) at 6pm.
European Telecom, the mobile phone distributor, yesterday (Thursday) announced it is to make a ''significant'' number of redundancies.
Beleaguered minister Keith Vaz was in Cambridge yesterday afternoon (Thursday) to promote the benefits of EU membership to the Eastern region.
The FTSE-100 Index was hovering around its opening price yesterday (Thursday) as new economy stocks staged a slight recovery following heavy falls on Wednesday.
The UK'S biggest biotechnology firm Celltech showed it was in good health as it posted full-year profits at the top end of City expectations.
Gemini Genomics, the biotech company famed for its genes research using twins, has been granted a US patent for its new method of diagnosing high blood pressure.
<br/>Gemini is looking for commercial partners to develop and market a diagnostic kit.