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Cambridge has again come out top of The Times' university league table.
Bill Gates' computer software company Microsoft has been so impressed with Britain it has brought forward plans for a European think-tank.
Cambridgeshire police have launched a bid for Home Office funding to pay for a new initiative aimed at reducing the huge incidence of cycle crime in Cambridge.
Telecoms firm One 2 One has been refused permission to set up a mast at Little Downham, near Ely.
Freeserve, the UK's leading Internet portal, has announced that it has agreed to subscribe for 2.
A website handling job vacancies for all industries and covering the whole of Cambridgeshire has been launched in Cambridge, and already has vacancies posted from employers keen to widen their recruitment advertising.
Cambridge University's Sedgwick Museum is to undergo a facelift next month - and organisers have appealed for help with the project from the public.
The market clearly liked what it saw concerning the latest consolidation move in the UK biotech scene, with appearing to move in for its Cambridge contemporary .