Biotech firm Alizyme is beginning clinical trials in the U.
Cambridge owes much of its boom to foreign money.
Government suggestions that Oxbridge should lower its entry requirements for working class has been slammed by the president of Cambridge Students Union - himself from an underprivileged background.
Bosses at the British research centre where scientists deciphered the blueprint of human life say they now desperately need to expand the site.
Abcam, the Science Park based internet company supplying research reagents to life scientists, announced a profit for the first quarter of this year of 33,368 on sales of 464,796.
Three of the world's biggest chip makers are to work together on breakthrough technologies.
Ronald Prinn, TEPCO Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), will be giving the next Cambridge-MIT Institute Distinguished Lecture on April 24th.
The East of England is at the bottom of the pecking order when it comes to extra money for manufacturing.
The Greater Cambridge area has won a second European Label of Excellence award worth 162,000, which will be used to establish links with hi-tech regions elsewhere in Europe.
Cambridge-based technology company Hypertag Ltd is set to make accessing web-pages from mobile phones as easy as 'point and click'.
Link 24 7 have been named the overall winner of the prestigious Institute of Directors' Young Entrepreneur Awards.
Agun Studio is a music studio and multimedia group who have produced many high level recording artists, the company is based in the South of France.
Cambridge Display Technology is gearing up for flotation, a move that would have been helped on Wednesday when Lord Sainsbury opened its 18 million prototype production plant at Godmanchester.
The Government has concentrated too much on building new biotech clusters in other parts of the country, rather than giving more help to Cambridge where the sector is maturing, science minister, Lord Sainsbury said.
A Cambridge company is helping to send a property developer to the North Pole.
A Cambridge entrepreneur has reached the finals of a national business award scheme and could win a 40,000 prize.
IBM and Microsoft have unveiled plans to help tighten the security around web services.