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Cambridge Independent: The startup that has baked ethics into genetic research

A feature about the Sano Genetics venture that recently raised seed funding. The startup, currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre, has a created a digital platform that powers research into common disorders such as…

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Cambridge News: It’s still a man’s world in startups

According to data by Digital Risks, men have founded five times more tech startups than women between 2000-2018 in the UK. Charlotte Guzzo, co-founder of Heterogenous, says women are “still a long way from a level playing field when it…

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The Independent: Meet the drug hunters: the scientists determined to cure rare diseases

An interview with David Brown and Tim Guilliams, co-founders of the Healx startup that was on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre. The company is looking to find new therapeutic solutions to cure patients with…

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Healthcare policy & drug development (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

How ageing societies can afford healthcare for all and reform an organisational system that has not kept pace with technology. L-R: Paul Tracey, Michael Kitson, Kamal Munir, Stefan Scholtes, Nektarios Oraiopoulos In this episode, joining podcast host Michael Kitson, University…

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The Times: Maserati 100: Meet the innovators

Tim Guilliams, co-founder of the Healx startup, is on the Maserati 100 list that celebrates the “positive impact entrepreneurs have on the economy and society as a whole.” Healx, previously on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Cambridge Judge…

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Venturing forth: Nofel Izz

Nofel Izz, an Executive MBA graduate from Cambridge Judge, has started 19 businesses ranging from batteries to fintech, but is now turning his focus on healthcare in a big way. Nofel Izz Nofel Izz, serial entrepreneur and Cambridge Judge Business…

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TechCrunch: BIOS raises $4.5m to further develop its ‘neural interface’ and new ways to treat chronic medical conditions

BIOS, a startup that has created an integrated medical device that provides the interface between an advanced prosthetic and the body, has raised $4.5 million in seed funding. The startup was previously on the Cambridge Social Ventures programme run by…

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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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Technology and turf

3D printing holds great potential for hospitals, but a study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School cautions that such tech advances also risk tensions through workplace "boundary" disputes. Three-dimensional printing, in which computers are used to layer or otherwise bond…

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