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Computer connectivity business DisplayLink has staged one of the most remarkable fightbacks in the annals of the Cambridge UK technology cluster.
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Frontier Developments, the company founded by CEO, David Braben, is to pay £5.09 million for Professional Practice Automation LLP, the partnership that owns the royalty rights to Elite, the seminal game that first made Braben’s name.
"Elite" was written by David Braben and Ian Bell starting in 1982. It was first published by Acornsoft in September 1984.
Cambridge-based Amino, leader in IPTV, has scooped a top industry award for its Amino Home Reach home monitoring and control solution.
Seven companies from the Cambridge medical technology cluster have won a share of £12.7 million funding from SBRI healthcare in a UK government backed programme.
One week left to go for £10k prize Cambridge News Budding entrepreneurs have just one week left to enter a nationwide competition to help make their business idea a reality and qualify for a place in a national final with the chance to win £10,000.
The government digital strategy is at risk of losing its way only five years in, said Cambridge Business School's Mark Thompson, speaking today at an event hosted by EMC and Policy Exchange on how technology can be used to reinvent government.
Cambridge News After Chancellor George Osborne hailed £1bn City Deal for Cambridge ... Cambridge News The £1 billion city deal for Cambridge will “barely touch” the region's infrastructure needs, according to a business leader.
Cambridge Sensotec offers improved gas analysis and detection equipment ...
A behind-the-scenes report from the most ageist place in America: Silicon Valley. (The Brutal Ageism of Tech via @tnr http://t.co/ak1pRsrjzi
Developing reliable software explained at conference workshopCambridge NetworkStarting with Bristol on Tuesday 20th May, the event will then visit Cambridge (22nd May), Manchester (3rd June) and Scotland (5th June).
Cambridge– 22 May. See article for details.
Cambridge News Tour de France: 24-hour road closures announced for central Cambridge Cambridge News The arrival of the Tour de France in Cambridge will force the closure of some city centre roads for about 24 hours, it was announced today.
Spectator.co.uk (blog) The University of Cambridge must choose its donors wisely Spectator.co.uk (blog) Just over three years ago, when I was editor of Varsity, Cambridge's student newspaper, I ran a story documenting how Dmytro Firtash was using...
Xaar unveils Creutzmann as CTO Business Weekly The company has invested over £40m in R & D alone over the last five years; in 2013 Xaar grew its R & D headcount by 64 per cent to 133 employees and expanded its facility on the Cambridge Science Park...
Serial entrepreneurs and university influencers are helping to fashion a powerful new influencing body in the Cambridge UK technology cluster.
Feabhas to Present at UK Reliable Software Developers' Conference Cambridge Wireless (press release) The RSD Conference will take place in four locations: Bristol, Cambridge, Manchester and Scotland on the 20th, 22nd May, and 3rd and 5th June...
A Cambridge software business has emerged as the power behind the throne for a dotcom that has won a major UK award for the best sports app.
Cambridge technology in Novartis auto-injector for MS Business Weekly The device is said to combine attractive visual design and ergonomic shape to its easy-to-read adjustable needle depth control.
Error prevention: more than 500 MS patients and healthcare professionals were involved in the development process to ensure the device was underpinned by a deep understanding of the users.
The Cambridge medical technology cluster and Norwich’s growing science segment are at the heart of a £12 million government initiative to give the genomics revolution a boost with the creation of new, dedicated DNA research hothouses.
Two inaugural SIG events to mark the launch of Virtual Networks SIG and ...
Cambridge Index almost flat Cambridge Network The Cambridge Index fell slightly by 0.72 points, to end the week at 17,250.6, as losses in ARM Holdings, Greene King and Aveva Group were offset by gains in Johnson Matthey and DS Smith.
Cambridge UK medical technology researchers have discovered that mutations in a specific gene are responsible for a hereditary form of melanoma.
Cambridge technology in the cloud with British Airways Business Weekly Sustainability software from a Cambridge UK business has been chosen by British Airways to monitor and reduce its carbon footprint.
Cambridge Nanotherm is preparing to open a multi-million funding round to expand its manufacturing capabilities in Cambridge having just installed a first fully automated production line for its heat dissipation technology.
Thought we didn't do manufacturing! Clearly we do.
The Independent Bristol named as Britain's best city to live in The Independent The capital itself was named Britain's Best Connected city, while Cambridge was awarded the prize of the UK's Brainiest.
Bristol the best. Cambridge the brainiest. You choose.
Telegraph.co.uk Cambridge University makes millions from biotech float Telegraph.co.uk "It was one of our bigger returns, and definitely in the top five," said a spokeswoman for Cambridge Enterprise, the university's commercial arm.