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Award-winning startups

Companies associated with Cambridge Judge Business School were honoured in the annual Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards. BIOS Health, a company co-founded by University of Cambridge graduates Emil Hewage, a computational neuroscientist, and Oliver Armitage, a biomechanical engineer, was…

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Cambridge Independent: Winners of Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards revealed

Few startups connected to Cambridge Judge Business School are among the winners of the annual Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards: Raspberry Pi was highly commended in STEM Initiative of the Year category. Raspberry Pi was founded by Cambridge Judge…

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Cambridge female entrepreneurs awarded

Four entrepreneurs connected to Cambridge Judge Business School have been awarded the Innovate UK Women in Innovation awards. This year 40 female entrepreneurs were selected for the awards and will receive a one-year tailored package of financial support and mentoring.…

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Four cold trophies in a row.

The Telegraph: Meet the man using AI to hunt down the world’s rarest diseases

An interview with Tim Guilliams, Co-founder and CEO of Healx, aiming to find new therapeutic solutions to cure patients with rare diseases. Tim tells how he is utilising machine learning to bring his therapies to trial. Healx was previously on…

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Helping entrepreneurs to have impact through programme synergies

Looking at the ways in which the synergies between our various programmes and Centres make a difference. Chen Davies We often talk about the engagement and impact of our individual faculty members, researchers, and research centres. While this is natural…

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Business Weekly: Trio of Cambridge women honoured for pioneering innovation

Nicola Filzmoser, co-founder of Happyr Health app, is among the winners of the Innovate UK Women in Innovation Award. Happyr Health is aiming to help children and young people to manage chronic pain via storytelling and gamification. Nicola was previously…

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Kestrl – the Islamic fintech putting ethics and faith at the forefront of personal finance innovation in the UK

We meet the two start up entrepreneurs, Areeb Siddiqui (MBA 2018) and Daeng Termizi (MBA 2018) who pivoted their MBA towards innovation in the UK fintech sector. Kestrl's ambition is to become the UK's leading money manager by making it…

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Cambridge Independent: Anti-viral coating could end surface transmission of Covid-19

CodiKoat venture, supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, has developed a patented coating technology designed to inactivate viruses including COVID-19 within seconds when applied to any highly touched surface. “We are using…

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Green enterprise

Investors are drawn to climate-change entrepreneurs as society realises it faces a 'world war'-like threat requiring sustained engagement, says Chris Coleridge of Cambridge Judge Business School. By Dr Chris Coleridge Dr Chris Coleridge Entrepreneurs and not just big corporates are…

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Inactivating viruses

CodiKoat venture supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School is awarded £325,000 in UK government grants to help further develop its nanoparticle coating technology that kills viruses on any surface. The venture, which is currently on…

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