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Cambridge Independent: Sensing the future… with a nanosponge

An interview with Tanya Hutter, founder of the SensorHut startup. The company is working on chemical sensing technology which can be used to monitor air quality, spot rotten food in a fridge, or detect explosives. “Other applications include measuring indoor, cabin and urban air quality.” Tanya is an alumna of the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School. (print only).