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Roy Kirsopp has been appointed sales director at Cambridge-based Amino Communications.

22-05-2002

IBM says it has built a transistor that performs better than the world's top silicon-based semiconductors.

21-05-2002

Bosses who fear staff are wasting time playing games on the internet are being too hard on their workers.

21-05-2002

They say if it wasn't for the last minute, nothing would ever get done! So don't forget to book your place at this summer's Cambridge Technology Exchange -'Partnering for Hi-Tech Growth', held at the Corn Exchange on June 20-21st.

21-05-2002

Football fans in the Antarctic will be huddling around radios to listen to the World Cup, because it's one of the few places on earth with no television.

21-05-2002

A new international research programme launched this week at the University of Cambridge will carry out groundbreaking research into how people's social contexts lead them into, and out of, criminal careers.

21-05-2002

Drugs development group Cambridge Antibody Technology has pledged to recruit extra staff to deal with a growing pipeline of products.

21-05-2002

Microchips could replace painful jabs as a way of giving people their medicine.

21-05-2002

Travellers in the UK are to get a state-of-the-art information service in a bid to cut transport problems.

21-05-2002

ARM Holdings is planning to celebrate shipping its billionth chip next month.

20-05-2002

A new website to provide businesses with information about the latest technology developments around the world has been launched by Lord Sainsbury, science minister.

20-05-2002

Hynix Semiconductor says huge numbers of chips sold under its name are fakes.

20-05-2002

Two environmental groups have joined forces to track the effect climate change has on polar bears with the help of satellite technology.

20-05-2002

The AA has blasted the Government for paying 'lip-service' to a transport policy as the country's roads grind to a standstill.

20-05-2002

UK football fans could collectively spend up to 946 million in the pub during the World Cup if England make it all the way to the final, research claims.

20-05-2002

Cambridge Angels has set up a website to help high tech and biotech firms find funding.

20-05-2002

Japanese chemicals giant Sumitomo has become an investor in Cambridge Display Technology, the company developing light emitting polymers for the displays market.

20-05-2002

Alizyme is progressing well with its drug for mucositis, a side-effect of cancer treatment.

20-05-2002

A virus has been found disguised as a cure for the internet worm Klez which is currently sweeping cyberspace.

20-05-2002

Agilent Technologies reported a larger than expected second quarter loss and said the outlook is still very mixed.

20-05-2002

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