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Extracts from submission to parliament's Bluestone IT Advisory Committee and a seminar on Opportunities in Technology Start-Ups by Jason Purcell, chief executive,
It is time for the Government to focus on demand side issues in its attempts to foster an entr
High-tech clusters are not at all unique to Cambridge or East Anglia, according to Mark Robson of Cambridge corporate finance department.
Businesses in Cambridge contributed to the success of Loud Tie Day last week, which culminated in 5000 children receiving fruit at school assemblies on Friday.
The Confederation of British Industry yesterday (Monday) revealed its priority transport projects - and the gridlocked A14 through Cambridgeshire is one of them.
Want to help Cambridge wise up to energy saving? Delegates at a local conference on housing and energy were so fired up that they want people to start a special group which could put ideas into action.
Cambridgeshire Police are helping to evacuate some homes in the Alconbury area.
Entertainment giants Warner Village Cinemas have finally lost their bid to block the building of a new cinema complex in Cambridge.
By the end of this decade, a fully functioning two planet Internet will connect Earth and Mars, with a complete interplanetary Internet backbone likely to be in place within the next 20 - 40 years.