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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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World Economic Forum Live: Ways to eliminate Africa’s energy poverty

Enass Abo Hamed, co-founder of Accelerate Cambridge's clean energy venture H2GO Power, writes about difficulties for communities getting energy access in Africa and how this could be fixed. “What is needed is existing initiatives to offer low cost, effective solutions…

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Farm data financing

Agricultural tech company KisanHub, which was mentored by two programmes at Cambridge Judge Business School, gains £1.75 million in new funding for expansion. Agricultural technology company KisanHub, which has been part of two enterprise programmes at Cambridge Judge, announced a…

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UK Tech News: Cambridge-based agritech startup nabs £1.75 million

Cambridge-based agricultural technology venture KisanHub has raised £1.75 million funding. The startup is developing technology that will provide farmers with data in order to make right decisions to grow more and use less. CEO Dr Sachin Shende said: “With the…

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The Economist: Tongue tried

Jonathan Beckman, deputy editor of 1843 magazine, writes about his experience of learning the nearly extinct Ainu language via the Tribalingual platform – “an admirable project keeping endangered ones alive online.” The startup, founded by Inky Gibbens, seeks to save…

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BBC: Click

The programme tries out 3D printed food printed by a nūfood robot. The robot is created by Cambridge-based creative design studio Dovetailed. The nūfood team is currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge.…

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Intelligent insurance

Cytora, an artificial intelligence company that was on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge, announces new $4.4 million funding round. Cytora, an artificial intelligence company that was part of the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, announced…

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Intelligent insurance

Financial Times: AI underwriting startup Cytora received £4.4m funding

Cytora, an artificial intelligence company, announced a new £4.4 million funding round. Cytora CEO Richard Hartley said: “We are moving the insurance industry to a point where you can deliver a superior underwriting profit while reducing the need to ask…

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