Cambridge Science Centre, the not-for-profit startup aiming to build a permanent science discovery centre in the city has come up with an innovative means of test-driving its approach and building its reputation around the world.
Printed solar cells startup Eight19 has officially launched its £5m Series B funding round and expects to close it by next quarter.
Domino Printing Sciences has acquired the five per cent left outstanding in Thermoscribe from its 2006 deal when it purchased 95 per cent of the Swedish group. Thermoscribe is a holding company for Mectec Electronik, developer of print and apply labelling equipment. Domino will pay approximately £2.9 million for the outstanding shares.
Antenova, the high tech developer of embedded antennas for mobile devices, says it is has been selected by three leading Korean manufacturers of vehicle black boxes for their global markets.
It seems it isn't only computer science that Raspberry Pi wants to shake up. The announcement that mass production of its first extremely low-cost computers had begun was accompanied with a broadside fired at a tax policy it says hurts the UK economy by rewarding overseas manufacturing.
Nasdaq-listed semiconductor firm, Mindspeed Technologies, is to pay up to $76.8 million (£49.5m) for Pichochip, a small cell base station developer headquartered in Bath with an office in Cambridge.
Shares in Pursuit Dynamics – or PDX – plunged to their lowest level in two and a half years as the market reacted to a massive increase in pretax loss and a money raising effort that priced the company stock at less than half its opening price this morning.