Tech entrepreneurs on why Cambridge is attractive

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A conference has been held in Cambridge to celebrate the city and university's contribution to the technology sector.

It coincides with a book called The Cambridge Phenomenon, which looks at the emergence in Cambridge over the last 50 years of a clutch of world class technology firms.

Rory Cellan-Jones caught up with young entrepreneurs Billy Boyle of Owlstone Nanotech and Emmanuel Carraud of MagicSolver, as well as Warren East, Chief Executive of ARM Holdings, to find out more about the city's appeal.

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