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Following support by the Cambridge Network in its 'Technologists of Tomorrow' campaign, Chesterton Community College has succeeded in its bid to become a specialist Technology College.
Some 40 Judge students from the Cambridge Business School Club - comprising a majority of MBAs, with one PhD, two MSTs and a Diploma student - travelled to Stockholm in December for a student-organised five-day investigation of some of the most forward-looking tech and financial firms in Sweden.
Geneva Technology, a leading international provider of convergent billing software for the telecommunications, e-commerce, utilities and on-line services marketplaces, has developed an Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) connector for integration with third party components.
The Chief Executive of the world famous Papworth Hospital in Cambridgeshire is to become the new boss of troubled Bedford Hospital where seven bodies were left on a carpeted floor.
The Judge Institute, Cambridge University's business school, has been admitted to full membership of UNICON - the International University Consortium of Executive Education.
Insurers Royal & Sun Alliance and Prudential had a sunny start yesterday (Thursday) as the market warmed to their business updates.
Earthquake victims in El Salvadore are benefiting from a revolutionary design of refugee tent developed by boffins at Cambridge University.
Domino, the printing sciences company at Bar Hill, has topped the 150 million mark in sales for the first time.
Powergen shares sparked 15 per cent yesterday on hopes of a takeover offer, helping the FTSE-100 to a healthy start.