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Cambridge Bio-Augmentation Systems

Bdaily: AI-powered patient monitoring system receives Innovate UK grant

Cambridge Bio-Augmentation Systems (CBAS), a startup that has created an integrated medical device that provides the interface between an advanced prosthetic and the body, was awarded a £865k Digital Health Technology Catalyst grant. The company will work with other companies…

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Forbes: Nvidia team up with Cambridge spin-out to create ‘broadband’ for the body

Cambridge Bio-Augmentation Systems (CBAS), a startup that was previously on the Cambridge Social Ventures programme run by the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation, has partnered with Nvidia to “bring AI-powered edge-computing to the most powerful communication network - the nervous…

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Forbes: 30 Under 30

Three people with connections to Cambridge Judge Business School have been named in the Forbes “30 Under 30 for Science and Healthcare in Europe” list. Oliver Armitage and Emil Hewage, co-founders of Cambridge Bio-Augmentation Systems, have created a USB that…

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Cambridge Network: Innovative engineers focus on healthcare

A feature about the Cambridge Bio-Augmentation Systems (CBAS) startup, which aims to “redefine the limits of the human body” by standardising the interface between an amputated stump and any prosthetic. The startup is supported by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme…

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Cambridge News: £100k grant for start-up that could change the lives of amputees

Cambridge Bio-Augmentation Systems (CBAS), a startup that designs bionic solutions for amputees, has received a grant from Innovate UK. The money will be used for a project aiming to automate remote monitoring of lower limb disorders or amputations to improve…

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Tech Crunch: Cambridge startup accepted to Y Combinator

Y Combinator, a startup accelerator based in the Silicon Valley, has accepted 52 startups from around the world. The startups will move to Silicon Valley for three months for training and mentorship, before they’ll have an opportunity to pitch to…

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Healthtech innovators

Two start-up alumni of Cambridge Social Ventures, part of the Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge, named in ‘Digital Innovators’ list. Goshawk Communications and Cambridge Bio-Augmentation Systems, two start-ups that were supported by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at…

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Road2Rio Challenge

Cambridge Social Ventures alumnus joins forces with a venture in this year’s cohort to complete Olympic-themed challenge. Cambridge Social Ventures graduate and CEO of Power2Inspire, John Willis, has been participating in all 34 Olympic and Paralympic sporting events, across the…

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