Adder Technology Limited - the burgeoning firm founded by a Cambridge graduate - has received the Queen's Award for Enterprise in the International Trade category.
Stony faced deputy prime minister John Prescott will be up against some stiff opposition in the General Election - at least in the looks department.
Cambridge and District Secondary Schools Sports Association's new website http://www.
Consumers baffled by the controls of their washing machines and spin driers are being promised help by the latest spin-out from Generics Group at Harston.
The high cholesterol gene that leads to heart disease has been identified by Cambridge biotech company Gemini and patented in the US.
A profit warning from computer services group CMG weighed heavily on the stock market yesterday (Thursday).
The future of internet service provider PSINet is in doubt after it emerged the firm returned a 2.
Olympic gold medallist, Tanni Grey-Thompson will present this year's Remploy Leading the Way Awards.
A new web site from Invest UK provides instant access to research and development information in Britain for inward investors.
Hermann Hauser is getting more into gardening.
Tech stocks bounced back yesterday (Wednesday) after the world's biggest chip designer Intel boosted spirits in the US overnight.
Online advertisers are being told to direct their ads to different devices in order to reach consumers effectively.
Major players in the IT industry have agreed to support XML key management specification (XKMS) as a standard for Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) services.
Essex Learning and Skills Council has been launched with a budget of 154 million and says it is set to transform the L&S agenda in the county.
If you have an innovative IT product with promising market potential you could be in line for a 125,000 prize.
Youngsters who spend hours on their mobile phones texting friends can now reach a national audience - on television.
Cambridge, April 19, 2001.
Ken Livingston, the mayor of London, is calling on the UK government to speed the introduction of broadband so the capital retains its status as 'a world leader in e-business'.
A severe profits warning from the world's largest networking equipment company saw hi-tech stocks in the UK plummet yesterday (Tuesday).