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Using Nobel Prize-winning technology, Axol Bioscience is reprogramming cells to help researchers develop drugs.
Gas detection specialist firm growing at 30 per cent a year
Who wouldn’t want to try beers called Ripchord, Fathergrime and Turmoil?
The centre manager talks Tesla, Disney and how shopping is changing.
The Cambridge company, which uses machine learning to prevent fraud, continues its stellar year.
Driverless cars are queuing up to come on to our roads. A Cambridge transport hackathon asked what the new era of transport will look like.
Senior lecturer suggests how we might save £5.2bn or so.
Cambridge Cleantech Competition winner is eco-glue firm
All-weather device ready for adventure
We’re appealing to businesses and individuals to help us raise £100,000 to test revolutionary scanning technology.
Ian Sandison, chairman of Cambridge BID, outlines what it will do if members vote to re-elect it for another five-year term.
Reanimating the brain’s biology could stop glaucoma and even Alzheimer’s, says Quethera
Horizon Discovery, Artios Pharma, F-Star, Microbiotica and Bicycle Therapeutics are among the winners.
The Cambridge company says it’s part of a new business operating model.
A ceremony at Newmarket Racecourse attracted some of the brightest entrepreneurs in the region.
Ceremony takes place on first anniversary of the newspaper
Bango ready to move into profitability
Innovators, entrepreneurs and investors will be on to a winner at Newmarket Racecourse on Thursday September 21.
Simprints and Biomakespace pitch ideas to win a slice of $1.5m in The Creator Awards
Cambridge firm’s manufacturing will support next-generation Sea Ceptor and Land Ceptor weapon systems.
The biotech firm based on Babraham Research Campus is working with life sciences company Bioverativ Inc.
As the Internet of Things takes off, 8Power is driving the sensor revolution.
The first female chair of the Scout Association will take charge of the London Stansted Cambridge Consortium from next month.
Three local artists have completed a stunning mural in Chesterton - and they had a lot of fun along the way
The Science Park’s first director, Jeanette Walker, talks about the site’s extensive redevelopment plans, which include a new hotel.
We focus on another finalist in the Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards
Continuing our focus on finalists in the Cambridge Independent’s Entrepreneurial Science & Technology Awards with Manuel Corpas (pictured right), scientific lead of biotech finalist Repositive.
The global network organisation is granting money to entrepreneurs and small businesses.
It is already killing an estimated 700,000 annually - and it’s predicted to get worse. But Dr Heather Fairhead of Phico Therapeutics may have uncovered a solution.
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