CRFS, a global leader in RF spectrum monitoring, management and geolocation solutions, today announces the launch of its automated spectrum monitoring tool set, RFeye Mission.
A small company based in Cambridge, England, is teaching machines to hear, with the aim of boosting devices' capabilities in protecting their users.
Cambridge startup Crayfish.io is focusing its expanding business on three core categories as it establishes itself as the full service provider for business engagement with China.
Responding to the global air quality crisis, a Cambridge-based business has won £5.5 million in overseas business to countries like Nepal.
Paragraf, which recently raised $16 million USD to push forward graphene-based electronics technologies, and Queen Mary University of London have been awarded £500,000 (around $623,000 USD) by Innovate UK to explore using graphene to replace the rare metal Indium.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Neil Thompson, PhD, as Chief Scientific Officer (CSO)
The finest small and medium-sized enterprises in the county were recognised at the annual SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards, where it was revealed that the Cambridge Independent will be taking over the event next year.
UK-founded graphene-based electronics technology company Paragraf announces today the close of its £12.8m Series A round. The funding, led by Parkwalk, will fuel product development as the company commercialises.
Critical telecoms and off-grid sites can now gain significant performance and cost improvements by switching to state-of-the-art lithium-ion batteries through new technology launched by expanding Cambridge and Thetford hybrid power systems specialist Controllis.
Cambridge’s global pre-eminence in creating digital techniques to combat mental illness will be showcased at the next Business Weekly-Mills & Reeve Life Science Forum on July 24.