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Entomics and sustainability

Maggots and rotting food waste: a new recipe for sustainable fish and animal feed from Entomics, which was supported by Cambridge Judge Business School. In a warehouse to the northeast of Cambridge are shelves upon shelves of trays teeming with…

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Business Weekly: From maggots to meals

The Entomics Biosystems startup aims to reduce food waste by converting it into energy or food for fish and animals. The team is using insects - specifically the Black Soldier Fly - as an efficient biological catalyst. The startup is…

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Channel 4: Dispatches: Breastfeeding uncovered

Britain has some of the worst rates of breastfeeding in the world, and a study shows that 67 per cent of people in the UK believe there is no real difference between breastmilk and infant formula. Hearts Milk Bank cofounder…

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The key to entrepreneurial success? Managing yourself

Terence Yeo, Founder and CEO of LED lighting products company Fusion Optix and a Cambridge MBA alumnus (MBA 2001), says that managing oneself is key to success in entrepreneurship. Terence founded the company in 2003 while sharing a house in…

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Tips for ventures

Experts discuss how startup ventures can avoid fundraising pitfalls at Enterprise Tuesday event at Cambridge Judge Business School. Entrepreneurship has always been about trial and error, so learning from mistakes is a key part of the journey – and raising…

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Business Weekly: Cambridge entrepreneur named president of European angel club

The chairman of Cambridge Angels has been named as new president of the European Business Angel Network. Peter Cowley, a Fellow in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge Business School, will be in the new role for the next two years. He…

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Scale-up award

Speechmatics, a venture that was on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge, is named a "One to watch" startup at the UK Business Angels Association awards. Speechmatics, a venture that converts spoken language into written text, was named as…

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Forbes: Five startups that prove tech can solve the world’s biggest problems

Simprints is among five startups helping to solve the biggest issues globally, according to Forbes. Simprints has developed a biometric fingerprint scanner allowing health care workers in developing regions to access patient records through the touch of a finger. “The…

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Venturing forth: Syrona Women

Two Cambridge entrepreneurs - Anya Roy and Chantelle Bell - co-founded a startup aiming to help women to detect early signs of cervical cancer and other gynaecological diseases. We talked to Anya to find out more. The idea for the…

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Cambridge Alumni Magazine: On boredom

An article on boredom features a research paper by Marlen de la Chaux, a PhD student at Cambridge Judge Business School. During a fieldwork trip in Kenya, Marlen noticed that life in refugee camps imposes “immense boredom” and people are…

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