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EU startups: 10 Cambridge-based startups to look out for in 2019 and beyond

Two ventures connected to Cambridge Judge Business School are on the list of Cambridge startups “to look out for” in 2019. Healx is seeking breakthroughs for rare diseases through artificial intelligence, and Entomics aims to convert food waste into energy.…

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Investment to digitise agricultural supply chain

KisanHub, which was supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme and by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, raises £3.4 million. The investment will help to digitise agricultural supply chain for the world's largest food and beverage…

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Investment to digitise agricultural supply chain

Business Weekly: £3.4m funding for KisanHub

KisanHub, which was supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme and by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, raises £3.4 million. The investment will help digitise the agricultural supply chain for the world’s largest food and beverage…

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The Grocer: Waste not want not

The Nūfood 3D printing robot developed by venture Dovetailed is featured in this article about how 3D printing can help us produce more and waste less food. The venture was founded by Vaiva Kalnikaite, an alumna of Executive Education at…

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Award for innovation in personalised medicine

Dr Geoff Macintyre and Dr Anna Piskorz, Co-founders of Pinpoint Oncology, a startup supported by the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre, have been awarded a £50,000 Innovation Prize by Cancer Research UK. Leveraging cutting-edge research conducted at Cancer Research UK and…

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Award for innovation in personalised medicine

Startups advance

Two ventures on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School are selected for the semi-finals of the Santander Universities Entrepreneurship Awards. Two ventures on the Accelerate Cambridge programme managed by the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre – QBio and…

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Santander awards

Cambridge Independent: Flit, Cambridge’s self-folding electric bike, on way

A feature about Flit, a Cambridge-based startup, that is developing a foldable bike which “could revolutionise life for the city's commuters.” The Flit bicycle can travel 25 miles on a single charge and takes just a few seconds to fold.…

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Business Weekly: AstraZeneca and Cambridge Judge Business School seek new life science gazelles

Cambridge Judge Business School partnered with Astra Zeneca for an initiative aiming to “highlight the great science and innovation taking place in the Cambridge ecosystem and help build the next generation of biotechs.” Three finalists will be invited to pitch…

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Cambridge Independent: The startup that has baked ethics into genetic research

A feature about the Sano Genetics venture that recently raised seed funding. The startup, currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre, has a created a digital platform that powers research into common disorders such as…

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Personalised medicine

Sano Genetics, supported by Accelerate Cambridge at Cambridge Judge Business School, raises £500,000 seed funding for its 'transparent' medical research platform. Sano Genetics, a Cambridge-based startup supported by the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre through its Accelerate Cambridge programme, has raised…

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Personalised medicine

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