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Cytora, an artificial intelligence company that was on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge, announces new $4.4 million funding round. Cytora, …

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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 …

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LIFNano honoured in Berlin

LIFNanoRX, a venture that targets multiple sclerosis (MS) and supported by Cambridge Judge, is named Most Promising Nanomedicine Project at the annual …

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Zuzanna Brzosko nominated for Women of the Future Award

Zuzanna Brzosko, CEO of Sixfold Bioscience, has been nominated for a 2017 Women of the Future Award in the field of Science. …

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The complexities of innovation

Innovation isn’t as simple as choosing from a menu – it depends on a company’s organisational structure, says new paper co-authored by …

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Cambridge News honours

Hanadi Jabado, Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, named among the 25 most influential business figures in Cambridge. Hanadi …

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Barclays joins forces with Cambridge Judge

Barclays launches new Barclays Scale Up UK Programme, co-designed by Cambridge Judge Business School, to address core growth challenges for businesses.   …

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Venturing forth: livil

Startup founded by Cambridge MBA alumnus helps to make office work online easier. In the pre-Internet age, “multi-tasking” was often pretty modest …

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‘Big difference’ ventures

Eight ventures with Cambridge Judge connections were honoured in the first Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards. Eight ventures with connection …

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‘Last mile’ fingerprints

Simprints, awarded $2.45 million in new grant money, targets the developing world with fingerprinting technology to help deliver healthcare to 1.1 billion …

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Driving growth in the UK space sector

The Satellite Applications Catapult names first two sponsorship recipients for the SME Growth Challenge at Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre. The Satellite Applications …

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Grant for Eagle Genomics

Start-up supported by Cambridge Judge receives Innovate UK grant to develop data curation model to help bring drugs to market. Eagle Genomics, …

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Entomics startup to benefit from Innovate UK funding

Entomics Biosystems, a startup that has been supported by the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre’s Accelerate Cambridge programme, announced that it is part …

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Scientist turns entrepreneur to switch off autoimmune disease

Dr Su Metcalfe, Founding Director and Chief Scientist Officer of LIFNano Therapeutics, talks about her journey from scientist to entrepreneur. It is …

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Entrepreneurship and mentoring

The Duke of York launched an accelerated version of his Pitch@Palace initiative at Cambridge Judge Business School. HRH The Duke of York, …

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Design studio CEO on square fruits and ‘smart’ shopping baskets

Fancy tasting a mushroom ketchup, mango chutney, or honey and elderflower cube? These are just a few of the quirky 3D printed …

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Bringing talent to the School

Students are busy throughout the year organising conferences and panels, which bring a wide variety of business leaders and thought leaders to …

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Disrupting ventures

Three companies with ties to the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge are chosen for the Disrupt 100 list for 2017. Three ventures …

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Torusware discovers simplicity in complexity

Five years ago Guillermo Lopez Taboada was a young associate professor of Computer Engineering at Spain’s University of A Coruña. Today, he’s …

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Taking the risk out of risk analysis

AlgoDynamix is a pioneering portfolio risk analytics company. Its software tools identify disruptive events in international financial markets, giving investment bankers and …

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In the media

The Economist: Tongue tried

Jonathan Beckman, deputy editor of 1843 magazine, writes about his experience of learning the nearly extinct Ainu language via the Tribalingual platform …

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Business Quarter: BrightLET selected to join Barclays scale up UK programme

Barclays has teamed up with the Entrepreneurship Centre of Cambridge Judge Business School to help expected high-growth startups and small businesses scale …

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Cambridge News: Cambridge tech helping your headphones hear the world around them

Audio Analytic, an audio intelligence firm, will be working in partnership with Bragi in order to incorporate a sound recognition system into …

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Cambridge Independent: How business series reflects broader Cambridge diversity

Dr Keivan Aghasi, Research Associate at Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre, shares his thoughts on Enterprise Tuesday events that represent a broad diversity …

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Financial Times: AI underwriting startup Cytora received £4.4m funding

Cytora, an artificial intelligence company, announced a new £4.4 million funding round. Cytora CEO Richard Hartley said: “We are moving the insurance …

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Cambridge Independent: Speechmatics clocks up 72 languages

Speechmatics, a startup that converts spoken language into written text, has launched a machine learning platform that can learn a language in …

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Cambridge Independent: Best ‘insuretech and regtech’ concepts go before judges

An article about the recent Venture Creation Weekend organised by Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre. Over 54 hours, 64 delegates worked in teams …

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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 …

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Cambridge Independent: Speechmatics clocks up 72 languages

Speechmatics, a startup that converts spoken language into written text, has launched a machine learning platform that can learn a language in …

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Business Weekly: Top entrepreneurs inspire new Cambridge University generation

Lloyd Dorfman will be coming to Cambridge to speak at the Enterprise Tuesday session on 21 November. Dorfman will tell about how …

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BBC: Click: Up, up and away

The nūfood 3D food printer, which enables creative chefs to 3D print “flavour bursts”, is featured on a BBC programme. The nūfood …

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Nano Magazine: UK company tackling MS wins global medicine award

LIFNanoRX, a venture that targets multiple sclerosis (MS), is named Most Promising Nanomedicine Project at the annual BIO-Europe conference. LIFNano is currently …

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Cambridge Network: Speechmatics launches unique AI framework capable of learning new languages in days

Speechmatics, a startup that converts spoken language into written text, has launched a new software Automatic Linguist (AL) that will potentially help …

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Business Weekly: Domino executive’s inside track intel on grasping global opportunities

Enterprise Tuesday series of free evening lectures and networking sessions kicked-off this week with key speaker Rachel Hurst, the chief operating officer …

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Business Weekly: Cambridge dominates women’s healthcare leadership rankings

BioBeat has released a “50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2017” report that celebrates women leaders driving innovation in the UK healthcare …

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Financial Times: Science start-ups struggle to bridge the gender gap

The course they are attending, EnterpriseWISE, is run by Cambridge Judge Business School and is in  its fifth year. The point is to …

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The Times: Get your finances back on track

The Pariti app, founded by Cambridge Judge alumnus Matthew Ford (PGDE 2014), is featured in the article. The app connects to a …

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Cambridge News: These are Cambridge’s 25 most influential business figures

Hanadi Jabado, Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, is named as one of 25 most influential business figures by …

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