The Sunday Times covers what it calls “one of the most vibrant innovation clusters in the world” in Cambridge, the site of a thriving, 152-acre next-generation technology hub that is drawing international interest and investment.

Cambridge has long been at the cutting edge of British technology, from JJ Thomson discovering the electron in 1897 to Francis Crick and James Watson alighting on DNA nearly 60 years later. The university’s Trinity College created the science park — Britain’s first — in 1970. Today, it has more than 7,000 workers at 130 companies.

Featurespace CEO Martina King says: “Being part of this Cambridge scene gives you so much kudos around the world. It really is a stamp of approval — people know there’s a quality that comes out of Cambridge technology.”

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