Cambridge-based Ware Anthony Rust (WAR) has been appointed to handle an advertising campaign for leading UK fruit preserving business, Wilkin & Sons.
The Technology Partnership (TTP) has developed VIPA (Video over IP Adaptor), a network appliance reference design which enables true on-demand multimedia delivery at near-DVD quality.
To mark the official start of the building work at the eagerly awaited Cambridge Leisure Development, city council leader David Howarth joined Turnstone and Birse at the old Cattle Market Site in Cambridge, to drive a gold bolt into one of the giant girders.
MRC geneservice has released a new, revolutionary tool that will assist in drug discovery and basic research.
Newly-listed Marconi Corporation got a positive welcome on the London stock market yesterday (Monday) following the telecoms equipment company's life-saving overhaul.
PowderJect, the pharmaceutical firm which found itself at the centre of a storm over smallpox vaccines last year, announced a 542 million takeover by U.
British Airways has returned to the black with profits of 135 million - despite losing 200 million during the first three months of this year.
China and the UK will cooperate to set up a China-UK Science Park in Cambridge - the first to be set up by China in Europe, according to the 'Science & Technology Daily'.
Autonomy Corporation plc, a global leader in infrastructure software for the enterprise, has announced an OEM relationship with Novell, a leading provider of information solutions.
Kicking off the inaugural meeting of the new Norfolk Network is Dr Bruce Butler, Head of Innovation at consultants KPMG.
Dustmites are getting the treatment from Acaris Healthcare Solutions in Cambridge.
Dealing in Marconi shares was to cease at the close of trading on Friday after the troubled telecoms equipment group received final approval for its financial restructuring.
Professor Andrew von Hirsch has delivered the first annual Nigel Walker Lecture, with a discussion of the criminalisation of 'anti-social' behaviour.
Entries are being sought for the 12th Spirit of Enterprise EUROWARDS Competition - open to all European entrepreneurs in all sectors, with a top prize of 50,000 Euros.
Foveola, the machine vision system developed by Cambridge start-up Break Step Productions, has attracted a huge amount of interest following its appearance on the front page of Wired.
A team of researchers, led by Professor John Todd of the University of Cambridge, are a step closer to developing therapies and preventative treatments for Type 1 juvenile diabetes.
Business leaders have welcomed the creation of a new group to decide the future shape of Britain's boardrooms.
Cambridge University has produced an independent report on building societies to find out whether customers trust mutuals more than plcs.
Thousands of people are facing poverty in retirement because they take money out of their pensions early, a group has warned.
The world's first instant 'breathalyser' test for TB - which does away with the need for blood samples or medical professionals at the point of testing - will soon be available thanks to Cambridge company RBS Ltd.