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Enabling meaningful venture creation out of Cambridge

Accelerate Cambridge is a start-up “accelerator” established by Cambridge Judge Business School in May 2012. The School is situated in the centre of Cambridge, at the heart of the University of Cambridge and the Cambridge Cluster, the city’s academic and business networks, both of which have a long tradition of entrepreneurship.

Many of the businesses in the cluster were established by the University, its staff and alumni.

People

Find out more about the people who create drive and passion for the Accelerator.

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Latest news

High-flying farm tech

Outfield, a venture supported by Cambridge Judge Business School that uses drone technology to increase fruit-crop yield, raises £750,000 in first funding…

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Enterprises honoured

The annual Business Weekly Awards include several recipients with ties to Cambridge Judge Business School, including Cambridge Quantum Computing as Business of…

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Joining up

Cambridge Quantum Computing, founded by Cambridge Judge Fellow Ilyas Khan, combines with Honeywell Quantum Solutions to create a new company. Ilyas Khan…

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Media coverage

Cambridge Independent: Boost for Outfield Technologies as funding harvested

A feature about Outfield Technologies that use drone technology and AI to better predict and maximise harvest. The startup was previously on…

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Cambridge Independent: Cambridge startup’s bio-reactor means cultured meat will be made anywhere

A feature about Animal Alternative Technologies startup that is engineering a scalable, end-to-end ecosystem for cultured meat production. The startup is currently…

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Business Weekly: POCKiT Diagnostics discovers novel combination of biomarkers for stroke detection

POCKiT Diagnostics has validated a blood test for the rapid detection of the large vessel occlusion (LVO) subtype of strokes with 95…

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