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Greenfield Ventures is actively seeking European start ups that have developed or are developing Linux technologies and applications.

17-04-2001

The Economist magazine is now wading in to criticise Cambridge for failing to make life easy for the region's booming economy.

16-04-2001

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.

16-04-2001

Hot shot Cambridge venture capital outfits, Prelude, CRIL and Avlar have put a further 950,000 into one-year-old De Novo Pharmaceuticals.

16-04-2001

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.

13-04-2001

The American online grocery market could be worth USD 27 billion by 2005, according to a new report by Datamonitor.

13-04-2001

Cambridge microchip designer ARM yesterday (Wednesday) said it had seen a strong quarter, and was confident about the outlook for the next six months.

12-04-2001

Marconi in Cambridge is having to wait to see if the global jobs purge will hit home.

12-04-2001

New biotech company, Diversys, has clinched a 12 million deal with Australian biotech firm, Peptech.

12-04-2001

Tiny Amina Technologies, at Huntingdon, has won a major contract with Microsoft.

12-04-2001

Blue-Chip stocks were treading water yesterday (Wednesday) despite a positive lead from markets in the U.

12-04-2001

A spectacular giant flowering spike which took 20 years to grow has been unveiled by delighted botanists.

12-04-2001

Thousands of people who use the notorious A14 dual carriageway between Huntingdon and Cambridge have had a say over possible plans for its future.

12-04-2001

Plans are underway for a 5 million 'arts incubation centre' in Cambridge.

11-04-2001

Telecoms shares sparked ahead yesterday, (Tuesday), giving a welcome boost to the FTSE-100, after Marconi announced a major shake-up of its business.

11-04-2001

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.

11-04-2001

Look East presenter Susie Fowler-Watt is to compere the Business Link High Growth Start Up Awards for companies in the eastern region.

11-04-2001

A Cambridge company that replaces car wing mirrors with a camera-based system, has won seed funding from the Government to develop the idea.

11-04-2001

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.

11-04-2001

Supermarket group Sainsbury's yesterday (Monday) said it had made a strong start to the year after unveiling a 4.

10-04-2001

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