The future housing needs of Cambridge are one of the key topics on which the City Council is seeking public feedback as it consults on its draft Local Plan over the coming weeks.
Professor Tony Minson has been appointed a Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge for three years from 1 August 2003.
Scientists at Astex Technology have made a breakthrough in the treatment of diabetes and obesity.
Cambridge Consultants have developed an 'X-ray specs' radar that can peer through walls.
A glue made from oilseed rape has won Cambridge Biopolymers 50,000 in a top enterprise award.
Former Xaar wizard Graham Wylie, has raised 300,000 for his new company, ART VPS, the 3D imaging business based on Cambridge Science Park.
The Government's session at the Gonville Hotel, Cambridge planned for today (Weds), at which inspectors were to get a bashing, has been postponed.
A massive reshuffle is under way within Cambridge University to streamline and merge all the departments involved in creating businesses.
The British Computer Society East Anglia Branch Annual Lecture 2003 features Professor Sir Tony Hoare with a presentation entitled: 'The Verifying Compiler: a Grand Challenge for Computing Research.
A mystery shopper survey, devised by Cambridge-based Ware Anthony Rust PR, has resulted in extensive national and regional coverage for its client InsureandGo.
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Deloitte & Touche and Cambridge Regional College are launching a pioneering vocational programme, e-skills4industry, in Cambridge.
The proposed introduction of a new accounting standard which will change the way companies account for share-based remuneration of employees has prompted many local companies to review their existing employee benefit arrangements, according to professional services firm, Deloitte & Touche.
Connectworker is a network for Cambridge small businesses, bringing together entrepreneurs, freelancers, independent consultants, portfolio workers, network marketers - in fact, anyone running any kind of small business in Cambridge.
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More and more contracts in both the public and private sector are being awarded through the competitive tender process.
This month sees the expansion of two businesses housed at Ely Business Centre Ltd's enterprise workspaces in Ely and Littleport.
Patent-Pending Technology to benefit OEMs and Consumers
June 16, 2003 - Cambridge, United Kingdom - Artimi Ltd, the Cambridge based fabless semiconductor start-up today announced they are developing silicon solutions for wireless connectivity based on ultra wideband (UWB) technologies.
Travelex Group, the world's best-known travel finance company, has acted to further improve the service levels of its market leading telephone-based concierge services, which enable customers at some of the world's biggest banks - from stars to the self-employed - to book anything from hot air ball
Plextek, the independent electronics design consultancy, has designed a family of high performance digital signal processing and analogue conditioning boards as part of its highly embedded, robust, Digital Receiver product line.