Greenfield Ventures is actively seeking European start ups that have developed or are developing Linux technologies and applications.
The Economist magazine is now wading in to criticise Cambridge for failing to make life easy for the region's booming economy.
An appetite suppressant that kept the wolf from the door for African tribesmen during hunting expeditions, could be a life-saver for the world's fatties.
Hot shot Cambridge venture capital outfits, Prelude, CRIL and Avlar have put a further 950,000 into one-year-old De Novo Pharmaceuticals.
A leading animal sanctuary which has been losing 55,000 Euros a month because of the foot and mouth crisis, is to re-open this Easter.
The American online grocery market could be worth USD 27 billion by 2005, according to a new report by Datamonitor.
Cambridge microchip designer ARM yesterday (Wednesday) said it had seen a strong quarter, and was confident about the outlook for the next six months.
Marconi in Cambridge is having to wait to see if the global jobs purge will hit home.
New biotech company, Diversys, has clinched a 12 million deal with Australian biotech firm, Peptech.
Tiny Amina Technologies, at Huntingdon, has won a major contract with Microsoft.
Blue-Chip stocks were treading water yesterday (Wednesday) despite a positive lead from markets in the U.
A spectacular giant flowering spike which took 20 years to grow has been unveiled by delighted botanists.
Thousands of people who use the notorious A14 dual carriageway between Huntingdon and Cambridge have had a say over possible plans for its future.
Plans are underway for a 5 million 'arts incubation centre' in Cambridge.
Telecoms shares sparked ahead yesterday, (Tuesday), giving a welcome boost to the FTSE-100, after Marconi announced a major shake-up of its business.
Cambridge no longer looks exempt from the current downturn in the world economy, with troublesome news surrounding several of the city's leading tech firms.
Look East presenter Susie Fowler-Watt is to compere the Business Link High Growth Start Up Awards for companies in the eastern region.
A Cambridge company that replaces car wing mirrors with a camera-based system, has won seed funding from the Government to develop the idea.
One in five UK businesses have been adversely affected by the foot-and-mouth crisis so far, according to a survey published in Accountancy Age.