Antibiotics capable of overcoming the resistance that has built up in recent years to this type of medication are being developed by a Cambridge company.
Cheffins' fine art department will be auctioning a collection of 17th century Dutch paintings, furniture, porcelain, silver, books and manuscripts, plus a wine cellar at their first fine art sale in the new sale room off Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge, due to open in April.
Firms are being urged to get behind Cambridgeshire's schools by giving hundreds of workers the chance to act as mentors to pupils.
Controversial animal testing firm Huntingdon Life Sciences has become an American business.
Sales of consumer electronics goods this year will beat previous estimates, hitting a record USD 95.
Microsoft has revealed its vision of the future of home entertainment - a new technology codenamed 'Mira' that will revolutionise the way people use their PCs.
World famous scientist Stephen Hawking is recovering from a painful broken hip after crashing his wheelchair.
IBM had a busy time in 2001 as the company broke its own US record for the most patents awarded in a year.
A new website that allows people to trace their dead relatives has been taken offline after it was swamped by people trying to log on.
Gary Jesson, managing director at accounting services providers, e-financial management, offers advice to businesses about how to take action now to avoid being hit by recession and economic slowdown in times of uncertainty.
There may be a lull in corporate activity, but lawyers in Cambridge are gearing up for further good times to come.
Talks are under way to attract new airlines to Cambridge airport in the wake of the last scheduled services being axed.
Broadband experts at Broadcom are helping Palm develop advanced Bluetooth technology for the next generation of handheld computers.
Firms doing business over the internet can't rely solely on the English language for their website activities.
Sales of mobile phones in Europe are expected to be down eight per cent for 2001, but analysts say the drop will be temporary.
IGC Limited, the Cambridge-based Recruitment Consultants, is continuing its expansion programme with the launch of its Life Sciences Recruitment division and employing new staff.
Half of the UK's top company websites are 'woefully inadequate' and treat shareholders 'appallingly', a report claims.
Convergys Corporation, the global leader in billing and customer care services, is pleased to announce that two of its customers have received Billing Magazine Globe Awards.
Nearly 1,000 breath tests were administered in Suffolk during the national drink-drive campaign.