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Cambridge News Queen's Birthday Honours for Cambridge computer game boss David Braben ...
Braben officially part of the Elite. (I should work for the Sun!)
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Cambridge News £1m Internet of Things competition launched Cambridge News The competition is open to all European entrepreneurs, as long as their company is registered in the UK and has a working connection with either the London or Cambridge tech...
Good programme. Great companies need to apply.
Celebrate your great new ideas! With Cambridge News' Top Innovations 2014 Cambridge Network The judging panel will include Andy Harter, inventor of virtual network computing and chief executive of RealvNC in Cambridge; Anne Miller, engineer and...
Worth a punt (ha ha).
Plextek Consulting and Dstl use Oculus Rift to create immersive medical ...
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TTP and Mayflower bring Internet of Things to streetlights - Cambridge Network http://t.co/Po6JKWrwNN
Good photo of a street light!
Cambridge figured at the Queen's Reception for the UK Technology Industry at Buckingham Palace yesterday.
A campaign to transform UK technology transfer policy has sprung to life following the decision by Internet of Things startup, 1248 Ltd, to gift the University of Cambridge its first 'golden share', an almost undilutable one per cent stake in the company.
Very clever and interesting way of dealing with IP, raising profile and showing support for Cambridge Uni all at the same time.
Plans for Cambridge Judge Business School's £34m makeover revealed Cambridge News By 2017 this will be the view of Judge Business School from Trumpington Street - if plans being unveiled to the public next week go ahead.
Worth checking out.
ARM CEO Sees More Server Chips in Threat to Intel's Dominance Businessweek “There are a number of our other licensees who are doing designs around ARM targeting this space,” Simon Segars, chief executive officer of the Cambridge, England-based...
Makes sense to reduce power consumption at server farms.
Advanced materials research in Cambridge: one of the UK's “eight great ...
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Might be of interest to those with a social conscience. Worth a look.
Cambridge UK wireless technology business CRFS is pushing into Canada through a new distribution agreement: It is also set to launch next generation RF spectrum monitoring technology.
University of Cambridge students are teaming up with a mobile health organisation in Bangladesh to pilot a fingerprint identification service which could have implications for global health, microfinance and fighting corruption.
Drug development firm, Abzena, is to float on London's AIM market less than a month after announcing Cambridge had become its new headquarters, giving biotech incubator, Babraham, a stock market listed HQ.
More good biotech/pharma news
You might think Cambridge has enough entrepreneurs. But in a week's time the city will welcome an extra 150 software founders for the first European edition of the industry's best kept secret, Business of Software.
Never has enough entrepreneurs. Only business will get us out of the mess.
A fall in revenues and earnings didn't manage to dent Frontier Development's upbeat full year trading update as it highlighted a number of paid projects and the progress of its own major in-house game project, Elite: Dangerous.
From games developer to publisher. Has to be the way to go.
Cambridge’s boom town potential has been underscored by a new rail blueprint unveiled as part of Gatwick Airport’s expansion plans.
Should be able to link up with some of the digital cluster in Brighton too.
London and Cambridge ahead of the rest in the entrepreneurial stakes Cambridge News A new report - Start me up: Creating Britain's entrepreneurial ecosystem - highlights the dominance of London and Cambridge in leading the UK's entrepreneurial...
London - Cambridge - Brighton links - virtuous triangle ?
Cambridge University head slams UK immigration policy Workpermit.com For concise and recent immigration information watch our news.
So why don't we just take the student numbers out of the immigration figures and treat them as long-term visitors if all we want to do is massage the figures?
Just three years after it raised £140 million for investment into university spinouts and Imperial Innovations is returning to the public markets for up to £150 million to assist portfolio companies who need at least £100m over the next year.
May blossoms as Cambridge deals top $3.57bn in the month Business Weekly May deals impacting on the Cambridge UK technology cluster registered $3.57 billion – one of the highest month's figures on record.
Worth a look. Always good talent on show.
Celebrate Le Tour De France in Cambridge with Le Parc Spoketacular Cambridge Network Teams of five will compete on the six stages of Le Parc Spoketacular, which includes challenges taking place at various locations around the Cambridge Science Park.
One for Norman T. Only of use if you are in Cambridge and work on Science Park.
Back in 2011, cryptographers at the University of Cambridge were approached by a man whose bank refused to refund a series of disputed transctions. So they set out to answer the question, "Is it reasonable to assume the ...