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Alkane data puts Intellegens’ lubricants in R&D driving seat

Alkane data puts Intellegens’ lubricants in R&D driving seat

Alkane data puts Intellegens’ lubricants in R&D driving seat

10 February 2020

Faster development and reduced R&D costs boost company's Alchemite technology


‘Affordable autonomous electric cars in 2-5 years,’ say Cambridge Consultants

‘Affordable autonomous electric cars in 2-5 years,’ say Cambridge Consultants

‘Affordable autonomous electric cars in 2-5 years,’ say Cambridge Consultants

06 February 2020

“We have all the skills to build a complete driverless system for a customer”, say Science Park company

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Abcam acquires gene-editing platform from US biotech Applied StemCell

Abcam acquires gene-editing platform from US biotech Applied StemCell

Abcam acquires gene-editing platform from US biotech Applied StemCell

05 February 2020

The Cambridge Biomedical Campus company has also purchased the oncology product portfolio.


ElevateHER project to identify Cambridge’s female tech icons

ElevateHER project to identify Cambridge’s female tech icons

ElevateHER project to identify Cambridge’s female tech icons

01 February 2020

Cambridge Women in Tech and Jemima Willcox Photography have teamed up for the initiative.


Azuri welcomes UK-Africa trade summit focus on sustainability

Azuri welcomes UK-Africa trade summit focus on sustainability

Azuri welcomes UK-Africa trade summit focus on sustainability

23 January 2020

Solar power company set to enjoy boost as off-grid solutions get thumbs-up


900Mbps full fibre broadband available in Chesterton and King’s Hedges

900Mbps full fibre broadband available in Chesterton and King’s Hedges

900Mbps full fibre broadband available in Chesterton and King’s Hedges

22 January 2020

Vodafone service follows £20m CityFibre investment to roll out full fibre across Cambridge in two years


Could air pollution in Cambridge be solved with these high-tech artificial trees?

Could air pollution in Cambridge be solved with these high-tech artificial trees?

Could air pollution in Cambridge be solved with these high-tech artificial trees?

20 January 2020

Cambridgeshire County Council explores the idea of air filters or green walls to soak up emissions.

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Stemnovate offers ‘unique’ multi-organ drug screening on reprogrammed human cells

Stemnovate offers ‘unique’ multi-organ drug screening on reprogrammed human cells

Stemnovate offers ‘unique’ multi-organ drug screening on reprogrammed human cells

18 January 2020

The Babraham Research Campus company provides an alternative to animal testing using liver, heart, brain, pancreas and immunological cells.


Cambridge PhD student is winner of first bitcoin scholarship

Cambridge PhD student is winner of first bitcoin scholarship

Cambridge PhD student is winner of first bitcoin scholarship

15 January 2020

Robin Kohze heads university’s Metanet Society while in second year of human genomics Phd


Cambridge Design Partnership works on new robotic surgery system with Titan Medical

Cambridge Design Partnership works on new robotic surgery system with Titan Medical

Cambridge Design Partnership works on new robotic surgery system with Titan Medical

15 January 2020

A rival to CMR Surgical’s Versius, the SPORT system is focused on using single incisions.


Cambridge internet watchdog says it removed 250,000 child sex abuse images on the internet last year

Cambridge internet watchdog says it removed 250,000 child sex abuse images on the internet last year

Cambridge internet watchdog says it removed 250,000 child sex abuse images on the internet last year

11 January 2020

Government needs a 'reality check' says Cambridge based Internet Watch Foundation


Illumina’s $1.2bn acquisition of Pacific Biosciences called off

Illumina’s $1.2bn acquisition of Pacific Biosciences called off

Illumina’s $1.2bn acquisition of Pacific Biosciences called off

10 January 2020

The sequencing companies were left frustrated by time taken for regulatory approval.


Businesses in the East of England have mixed feelings on the impact of technology

Businesses in the East of England have mixed feelings on the impact of technology

Businesses in the East of England have mixed feelings on the impact of technology

09 January 2020

A sponsored feature by Price Bailey.


Children’s App of the Year helps youngsters with glue ear

Children’s App of the Year helps youngsters with glue ear

Children’s App of the Year helps youngsters with glue ear

07 January 2020

Cambridge paediatrician originally developed device for daughter


Road-marking robot adds hard drive to new A14

Road-marking robot adds hard drive to new A14

Road-marking robot adds hard drive to new A14

01 January 2020

Mobile device saves hundreds of hours on upgrade completion


‘Hate O’Meter’ would quarantine online malicious content

‘Hate O’Meter’ would quarantine online malicious content

‘Hate O’Meter’ would quarantine online malicious content

21 December 2019

University of Cambridge report says AI-based malware filters would do the trick


Smooth operator assumes the Mantle at Bradfield Centre

Smooth operator assumes the Mantle at Bradfield Centre

Smooth operator assumes the Mantle at Bradfield Centre

19 December 2019

New operator continues deep tech collaborative ethos


Martin Frost: Why I’m standing down as CEO of CMR Surgical - and Per Vegard Nerseth is the right man to succeed me

Martin Frost: Why I’m standing down as CEO of CMR Surgical - and Per Vegard Nerseth is the right man to succeed me

Martin Frost: Why I’m standing down as CEO of CMR Surgical - and Per Vegard Nerseth is the right man to succeed me

19 December 2019

He has led the robotics company from start-up to billion-dollar status and it is set to transform minimal access surgery.


Watch live as Cambridge-powered CHEOPS mission heads into space to study exoplanets

Watch live as Cambridge-powered CHEOPS mission heads into space to study exoplanets

Watch live as Cambridge-powered CHEOPS mission heads into space to study exoplanets

18 December 2019

It successfully launched at the second attempt.


Red warning causes Cambridge-powered exoplanet mission to be delayed on the launchpad

Red warning causes Cambridge-powered exoplanet mission to be delayed on the launchpad

Red warning causes Cambridge-powered exoplanet mission to be delayed on the launchpad

17 December 2019

The European Space Agency’s Characterising Exoplanet Satellite, or CHEOPS, was due for lift-off.


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