A games developer who won Anglia Ruskin University's £15,00 Big Pitch startup prize to build a 2D MMO (massive multiplayer online games) engine has made a blistering start to a new Kickstarter campaign to fund a showcase game for the MMO platform.
Innovation from Cambridge UK solar technology pioneer Azuri is enabling customers in regions of Sierra Leone hit by the Ebola virus to keep their households powered. (Cambridge power reaches Ebola villages.
“The UK's economy would be boosted by 1. 1 per cent by 2030 if it cut its greenhouse gas emissions, rather than sticking with dirty fossil fuels (RT @EarthAdapt: #Green #Energy : Want to grow the UK economy?”
Cambridge next to London for future growth potenti... Business Weekly Cambridge has the highest future growth potential of all areas outside London, according to a new report from financial and business advisers Grant Thornton.
Cambridge duo in UK's top 100 tech growers Business Weekly Software developer credit360 – soon to rebrand as CR360 – and network monitoring technology business CRFS fly the flag for Cambridge in the UK's 100 fastest growing private tech firms.
Autumn in the Cambridge UK technology cluster blew in with a fresh windfall of mega-deals – with September transactions topping $2.62 billion to increase the 18-month total to $43.77bn and hoist the monthly average over that time to a new high of...
Former UK ‘Spooks’ chief Andrew France has quit as CEO of Darktrace – the Cambridge-based cyber security startup backed by technology entrepreneur and VC Mike Lynch – after just eight months in the role.
CNBC Cambridge: Using Raspberries to educate CNBC To run the Raspberry Pi, users plug in a mouse and keyboard to their device and then connect it to a TV or monitor. They can then start to learn programming skills.
New Electronics Huawei buys Cambridge Internet of Things pioneer Neul Register Thirty-person company Neul has been bought by Huawei for a reported $125m to turn the UK into a centre of excellence for Internet of Things.
Cambridge News Cambridge voted best UK city for culture at the Condé Nast travel awards Cambridge News Cllr Richard Johnson, the city council's culture chief, said: "It's fabulous news that Cambridge has been given this accolade.
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A survey of 2,000 employees has shown that the average worker requires time off every 56 days or they risk a reduce in overall work productivity.
Kevin Coleman – Alliantus Limited's insight:
A survey of 2,000 workers highlighted that the average British employee requires time off every 56 days or they risk a reduce in overall work productivity. I guess this is true of every nationality. Research?