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The Judge Institute, Cambridge University's business school, has been admitted to full membership of UNICON - the International University Consortium of Executive Education.
Insurers Royal & Sun Alliance and Prudential had a sunny start yesterday (Thursday) as the market warmed to their business updates.
Earthquake victims in El Salvadore are benefiting from a revolutionary design of refugee tent developed by boffins at Cambridge University.
Domino, the printing sciences company at Bar Hill, has topped the 150 million mark in sales for the first time.
Powergen shares sparked 15 per cent yesterday on hopes of a takeover offer, helping the FTSE-100 to a healthy start.
Stockbrokers Redmayne Bentley are tipping Acambis (formerly Peptide Therapeutics) as a 'must buy'.
Amgen, the big US biotech company which has its UK headquarters on Cambridge Science Park, is going for all-out growth.
NETWORKING is one of the keys enabling the East of England to unlock its global potential.
London - January 15, 2001 - Europe-Japan market entry specialists, J-vest Ltd.
Animal rights campaigners yesterday stepped up the pressure on the Royal Bank of Scotland to call in a loan from a controversial animal testing company.