Marconi in Cambridge is supplying its fibre-optics for a new high-speed land and underwater link between Finland and Sweden.
Newmarket - traditionally the mecca for the horseracing industry - is set to become a major tourist attraction.
Cambridge University has been criticised as having a 'tough macho culture' in a far reaching staff survey.
CeNeS has been given the green light to conduct further trials of a pain relief treatment for patients suffering from diabetes, cancer and AIDs.
Mid-Anglia's biotech companies are sniffing a bargain with the news that Scotia Holdings has become the first quoted UK biotech company to call in administrators.
Shares in frozen food retailer Iceland plummeted 15 per cent on the London Stock Exchange yesterday (Wednesday)after a morning the group will want to forget.
Autonomy Corporation plc (EASDAQ: AUTN, NASDAQ: AUTN, LSE: AU.
Cambridge scientists have toppled the myth that you have to p-p-p-pick up penguins every time a low flying aircraft goes over them.
Radiant Networks at Little Chesterford will see its broadband access technology in use for the first time in June when it goes live in the US.
Fancy the chance to win 30,000? E-Minister Patricia Hewitt has launched the new UK online for business e-commerce awards for small and medium size firms.
Sitting on sopping wet grass in winter gales when you've fallen from your bike and bruised your ribs is not the ideal time and place to have your portrait done.
Punters may be wondering why Generics' share price is so high.
A new police task force has been launched aimed at tackling racism and homophobic crime in Cambridgeshire.
A newpenalty for people who fail to register promptly as self employed could lead to an increase in tax evasion, according to the Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICA).
Investors were putting their money into techs and telecoms yesterday (Tuesday) on the London Stock Exchange, following overnight gains in the US, particularly on the technology-dominated Nasdaq.
Huntingdon Life Sciences is calling for 'more people to be brave' and speak up over the need to test drugs and chemicals on animals.
Huntingdon Life Sciences, which was dramatically rescued from the brink of closure a week ago, has confirmed the identity of its financial backer.
Supermarket group Iceland had a tough start to trading yesterday (Monday), diving 6 per cent after weekend reports that its chairman, Malcolm Walker, was set to step down following criticism about a share sale.