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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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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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CNN: How biometrics is giving identities to ‘invisible citizens’

Portable fingerprint readers developed by Simprints are now used by charities around the world. For example, in Kenya the technology is providing digital healthcare records for people in poorer communities who don't have any official documents. Simprints was supported by…

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Cambridge Independent: 14 innovative women in Cambridge leading the way in healthcare

Three women associated with Cambridge Judge Business School are among the 50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2017 announced by BioBeat, a collaborative platform for entrepreneurs and leaders in bioscience. Jane Dancer, CEO of life sciences company F-star, is an…

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Women leaders in biotech

Three women with links to Cambridge Judge Business School are honoured in the 50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2017 list announced by BioBeat. Three women associated with Cambridge Judge Business School are among the 50 Movers and Shakers in…

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Women leaders in biotech

Cambridge Independent: Cambridge startup pitches to judges to win share of £1.5m prize

Simprints pitched their idea to judges in the finals of The Creators Awards in London aiming to win a share of $1.5 million prize. Simprints have developed a biometric fingerprint scanner allowing health care workers in developing regions to access…

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The Times: Simprints wins $2m Saving Lives at Birth prize

Simprints, a startup that developed a biometric fingerprint scanner allowing health care workers in developing regions to access patients’ records through the touch of a finger, was awarded a $2m grant from Saving Lives at Birth. The money will be…

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Startup award for fingerprint venture

Simprints, a venture that was supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, wins the Grand Prize at the Women Startup Challenge Europe 2017. Simprints Technology, a startup supported by Cambridge Judge Business School that developed an inexpensive biometric fingerprint scanner, won…

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World Economic Forum: Meet social entrepreneurs of the year

Toby Norman, co-founder of the startup Simprints, has been named the Schwab Foundation's 2017 Social Entrepreneur of the Year. Simprints is a social enterprise committed to improving the lives of the poor. Accurately linking people to their digital records is…

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Worshipful Company of Marketors Award for Cambridge Judge alumnus

Toby Norman, a former PhD student at Cambridge Judge Business School (2011-2015), has won the 2015 Worshipful Company of Marketors Award for outstanding performance in marketing at the postgraduate level. The award comes with a cash prize of £1,000. Toby’s…

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