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Forbes: How one startup is using AI to find cures for 100 rare diseases by 2025

Battling rare diseases is one of the most prevailing challenges of our time. According to Global Genes, scientists have uncovered around 7,000 different types, all of which affect 350 million people worldwide. However, because rare diseases are so severe and…

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New funding for Healx

Cambridge Network: BioBeat unveils 2018’s 50 Movers and Shakers

BioBeat has released its 50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2018 list of female leaders in healthcare, which includes several women with Cambridge Judge connections. They include Miriam Ouberai of SPIREA, Zuzanna Brzosko of Sixfold Bioscience, and Anya Roy of…

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Cambridge Independent: Winners announced at the annual Cambridge awards

Several ventures supported by the Accelerate Cambridge or Cambridge Social Ventures programmes at Cambridge Judge were honoured at this year’s Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards. Kalium Diagnostics, currently on Accelerate Cambridge, was the winner in The One to Watch…

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Business Weekly: POCKiT full of potential miracles for stroke victims

POCKit Diagnostics, a startup aimed at improving diagnosis of brain stroke, is getting ready to Pitch@Palace 10.0 finals on 8 November. The venture was among twelve of those 42 ventures selected to pitch for three minutes each at the Buckingham…

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Venturing forth: Kalium Diagnostics

A startup currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Cambridge Judge Business School Entrepreneurship Centre is developing a system to help kidney patients monitor their blood potassium levels on the go. Kalium Diagnostics was established in Summer 2018 by…

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Cambridge Independent: British Airways’ parent group books Satavia’s flying service

Satavia has been selected to join International Airlines Group’s (IAG) Hangar 51 accelerator. Satavia, which develops bespoke environmental awareness solutions for the aviation market, is currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre. “We track aircraft…

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Silicon Republic: 10 cool start-ups from Cambridge to watch

Three startups with the connections to Cambridge Judge Business School are featured in the article as ‘the ones to watch’. Healthera, a digital healthcare venture was on the Cambridge Social Ventures programme. Healx, company that seeks breakthroughs for rare diseases…

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Insurance Times: Cytora to expand with sights on US market

Cytora, a startup whose software collects and analyses a huge amount of online data to perform real-time political risk analysis, is planning to expand to the U.S. Co-founder Richard Hartley talked to Insurance Times about the idea behind Cytora and…

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New anti-cancer project

A new project to tackle the most challenging cancers includes the involvement of Dr Su Metcalfe, whose venture LIFNanoRx is supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge. A £10 million interdisciplinary collaboration to tackle the most challenging of…

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New anti-cancer project

From finance and mobile communications to digital advertising

Rael Cline, an alumnus of the Master of Finance programme at Cambridge Judge, had a taste of academic life and worked in financial and telecoms sectors before launching MediaGamma, a machine-learning company that helps brands understand online customer behaviour. Although…

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Rael Cline (MFin 2010)

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