BT's recent price cuts for high-speed internet services do not flout competition rules, watchdogs have announced.
Results from the largest epidemiological study of osteoporosis in Europe suggest that women are at almost 10 times more likely to suffer from the disease than reports from general practitioners indicate.
Pre-Budget news that the Chancellor is to slash the tax burden on business, especially for firms heavily involved in research and development, received a mixed reaction in Mid-Anglia.
Yahoo! has been ranked the world's most visited internet destination for the 21st month in a row.
Hard-boiled eggs rise up when they are spun, whereas raw eggs remain flat.
Homeless people begging to feed drink and drug addictions in Cambridge are earning as much in an hour as top executives.
A new way of teaching children has been developed based on techniques used in the famous best-selling novel 'The Horse Whisperer'.
The FTSE 100 Index moved past the 5200 mark yesterday (Weds) morning, helped by a positive session on Wall Street overnight.
Scientists in Europe have the go-ahead to build a satellite navigation system to rival the American military's GPS service.
Cable company NTL admits it is struggling to repay its debts after announcing net losses of USD 16 billion for last year.
BT is reported to be cutting more than 2,000 jobs as it reorganises its call centre operations.
The Cambridge 'business model' is to be cloned throughout the nation with the rollout of a 20 million chain of innovation centres.
BioFocus, the company that bought Cambridge Drug Discovery last June for 25 million, reports sales up 94 per cent to 10.
A new worm with a 'potentially devastating' payload is starting to spread rapidly through computer systems.
As computer technology makes leaps and bounds, more and more machines are ending up on skips cluttering the country's landfill sites.
British hospitals do not have to be at the top of the 'most dangerous' list in Europe and might not be there if a Cambridge firm has its way.
Ten firms from Cambridgeshire have been presented with DTI Smart Awards to help them develop their products.
Acambis again tops the PricewaterhouseCoopers BioScience Index and Share League for the first two months of 2002.
There are more signs the tech sector is turning the corner faster than expected.