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The Spoon: Dovetailed’s CEO imagines a 3D-printed food future

Vaiva Kalnikaite, CEO of Dovetailed and an alumna of several programmes at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about the future of food technologies. “I’m really excited about the 3D printing of food in general and I think that it has…

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Cambridge News: Meet the 2018 Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards finalists

Finalists for this year’s Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards have been announced. Five companies with Cambridge Judge Business School connections are on the list. Arcus Global, co-founded by MBA alumni Denis Kaminskiy and Lars Malmquist (MBA 2008), is hoping to…

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Forbes: Two women are building a device to spot cervical cancer

Syrona Women, a startup currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre, is developing a device that will help detect cervical cancer. Co-founders Anya Roy and Chantelle Bell hope to test the prototype device with volunteers…

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Cambridge Magazine: She’s all that

Five women with Cambridge Judge Business School connections are featured among 15 business, science and education women in Cambridgeshire. They are: Michaela Eschbach and Anna Bailey, co-founders of the Form the Future venture, and Kath Austin, founder of BeeBee Wraps…

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Cambridge Magazine: Get your kit on

A feature about a startup that is developing a device to help detect cervical cancer. Syrona Women, co-founded by Anya Roy and Chantelle Bell, hope to test the prototype device with volunteers soon. The venture is currently on the Accelerate…

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CNN: How biometrics is giving identities to ‘invisible citizens’

Portable fingerprint readers developed by Simprints are now used by charities around the world. For example, in Kenya the technology is providing digital healthcare records for people in poorer communities who don't have any official documents. Simprints was supported by…

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Business Weekly: Forbes honours Cambridge under-30s brainpower

Five people with connections to Cambridge Judge Business School have been named in the Forbes "30 Under 30 for Science and Healthcare in Europe" list. Zuzanna Brzosko and Anna Perdrix Rossel, cofounders of Sixfold Bioscience startup, were on the Accelerate…

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Peptide therapeutics progress

Journal article on peptides co-authored by the co-founder of Accelerate Cambridge healthcare venture wins MedImmune 2017 Global Excellence Award for best publication. A journal article on peptides co-authored by the co-founder of a healthcare technology venture mentored on the Accelerate…

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Peptide therapeutics progress

Business Weekly: Woman entrepreneur honour spurs progress for MS pioneer Metcalfe

Dr Su Metcalfe, founder of the LifNano venture, talks about how winning the Business Weekly Woman Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2017 has contributed to the company’s progress. She says publicity about the award “has created a global community…

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Business Weekly: Genomics startup shows its hands with awards triple play

Heterogeneous, a startup supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Entrepreneurship Centre, has entered the Business Weekly awards in three categories. Co-founder Charlotte Guzzo is hoping to win Cambridge Judge Business School Woman Entrepreneur of the Year award, and…

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