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CIC likens innovation and entrepreneurship in UK university city to Silicon Valley
Academics and investors urge greater investment in Oxford-Cambridge Arc innovation hub
The FT tells the story of the UK's biggest-selling computer, and asks: is it really a success?
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Forget the metaverse — industrial changes are what create long-term value across economies
‘Silicon Fen’ profits from being a safe place to do risky things, but the UK needs to act to protect it
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Britain set to impose strict terms including protection of jobs and maintaining UK headquarters
Some used to quietly resent the day-trippers but now they’ve gone, it’s bloody awful, says Tim Hayward
Permission for Chinese group to build development centre in Cambridgeshire draws state department ire
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University-based businesses thrive but ‘Silicon Fen’ faces growing competition
Cambridge-based start-up raises £195m as it prepares to launch in Europe and India
The UK needs a more diverse elite.
Collaboration between academics and entrepreneurs over 30 years transforms region
Efforts to improve social mobility have had little effect on those taking top jobs
Black faces are rare sight at the top universities despite outreach work and the odd appointment
Most state funding for research goes to Golden Triangle, but private backers go north
Effort to increase number of students from poorer families, says vice-chancellor
Investors pile into venture vehicle that focuses on fast-growing technology cluster
A student and lecturer face each other behind plate glass. One of them has been banged up, but who — and why?
Northern England’s strength in life sciences spurs businesses to develop there
After a disastrous flirtation with Modernism in the 1960s, the hotel has returned to tradition in a big way