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Business Weekly: Cambridge startup’s quality more than skin deep

A feature about Skinlync venture, co-founded by Cambridge MBA alumni, that allows users with a skin condition to instantly connect with other users who have a similar condition and profile. Skinlync was launched in summer 2020 and is currently on…

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Using an MBA to switch careers – to healthcare

We meet an MBA alumnus working in this sector and hear how their MBA learnings and skills led them into a career in the healthcare sector. We also hear from industry experts about what is involved to do well in…

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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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EMBA alumnus leads digital health project to award success

Executive MBA (EMBA) alumnus Stefano De Socio Lardani and his team's work at biopharmaceutical giant Takeda recognised by Eurordis award. A digital health project led by Stefano De Socio Lardani (EMBA 2017) has helped lead biopharmaceutical company Takeda to a…

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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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AI and COVID-19

Five important challenges in dealing with the coronavirus crisis can be addressed through machine learning and artificial intelligence, says article co-authored by Professor Stefan Scholtes of Cambridge Judge. Professor Stefan Scholtes Five of the most important challenges in responding to…

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Business Weekly: Charco Neurotech raises seed cash for wearable Parkinson’s device

A startup with Cambridge Judge Business School connection has raised £545k seed cash to work on development of a device for people with Parkinson’s. Charco Neurotech, that is currently on Accelerate Cambridge programme run by Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre, have…

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Mujer Emprendedora: To work in the tech field is to work for the common good

An interview with Teresa Tarragó, CEO of Exheus. The company uses Artificial Intelligence “to create a world-first genetic report that allows us to analyse the expression of the 22,000 genes in the human body.” Teresa was on the Ignite programme…

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Cambridge Independent: No headaches developing Happyr Health’s migraine app in Cambridge

A feature about student-led venture, Happyr Health, which aims to help young migraine suffers. Founders Nicola Filzmoser and Cornelius Palm are alumni of the MSt in Entrepreneurship programme at Cambridge Judge Business School. And the startup is supported by the…

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Bloomberg: Biometric tracking can ensure billions have immunity against Covid-19

A feature about Simprints startup, supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School. The startup has developed a fingerprint scanner allowing health care workers in developing regions to access patients’ digital records. Co-founder Toby Norman, who studied…

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