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Cambridge Evening News: All the answers could be at their fingertips

The Simprints team participated in Accelerate Cambridge, an early-stage support programme for new ventures run by the University of Cambridge Judge Business School.…

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Cambridge News: Cambridge firm develops fingerprint access to medical records – with funding from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

The portable device, designed by Simprints, is initially intended for use in poorer countries to help tackle deaths among mothers and newborn babies... The research has been backed by Accelerate Cambridge, a support programme run by [Cambridge] Judge Business School.…

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Startup Simprints wins $250,000 from Gates Foundation for ‘game-changing’ invention

Accelerate Cambridge tech start-up Simprints has secured $250,000 in funding to develop a fingerprint scanner being hailed as a 'game-changer' in global healthcare. A $250,000 grant to Simprints from the Saving Lives at Birth Grand Challenge, funded by the Bill…

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Cambridge News: Cambridge fingerprint company Simprints wins funding from Gates Foundation

Accelerate Cambridge tech start-up Simprints has got £250,000 in funding to develop a fingerprint scanner being hailed as a ‘game-changer’ in global healthcare.…

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Cambridge start-up is finalist in Saving Lives at Birth challenge

An Accelerate Cambridge tech start-up developing a fingerprint scanner that could revolutionise global healthcare is a finalist in the prestigious Saving Lives at Birth Grand Challenge. Simprints’ biometric fingerprint scanner could help to solve a long-standing problem in the delivery…

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