DNA Sciences, a Pharmacogenetics company, is expanding its European headquarters in Cambridge by adding to its team and moving into larger premises.
Xenova, the company that bought Cantab on Cambridge Science Park, has started clinical trials on a new anti-cancer drug.
Cambridge Consultants has solved a problem for London Underground.
Do you need to get more business from your web site? Our new course, entitled 'Online Marketing for High Technology Companies' aims to help delegates to do this.
A third of web users have ditched their internet service providers because of bad customer service.
The senior partner of Arthur Andersen in Cambridge has walked out, along with two other partners.
People's lives could be saved by mini ID chips implanted under their skin.
GlobespanVirata, recently formed from the merger of Cambridge-based broadband solutions provider Virata and Globespan Inc.
Cyan Technology Ltd, the Cambridge-based developer of low-power flash microcontrollers based on technology from Cambridge Consultants Limited, has secured 2 million in second-round funding.
Technology consultancy Sentec in Hills Road is on the lookout for new funding and has flotation in its view-finder.
A research team from Cambridge University is developing a new kind of artificial bone which tricks the human body into believing it is the real thing.
Despite the recent slowdown in the IT market, Maria Morgan, sales and marketing recruitment specialist at Technical Recruitment, remains optimistic about the opportunities that 2002 will bring.
Ambitious executives must learn to text message in order to succeed - according to a new survey.
A drive to encourage children to pursue science and technology as a career has been welcomed by Cambridgeshire bosses and headteachers.
Generics Group at Harston is making 18 people redundant.
British Smaller Technology Companies VCT, the venture capital trust advised by Generics at Harston, says its second fund now exceeds 7 million, with a further 10 million to go.
There's a glimmer of hope for the computer industry after Hewlett-Packard said it expected to see sales rise over the last three months - ahead of expectations.
Trade Secretary Patricia Hewitt is planning to help women scientists and engineers get back to work after having their children.
A devastating new report claims Europe's dream of a broadband revolution is on hold and warns firms to delay investing in hi-speed access.
Cambridge UK, 6 February 2002.