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Cambridge Independent: How virtual technology developed by Cambridge University Hospitals ‘will help save babies’ lives’

Cambridge Judge Business School is mentioned in this article about how Cambridge University Hospitals have designed virtual technology that allows its experts to effectively "parachute" into other hospitals in the area to assist medical professionals in caring for very ill…

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Award winner

Pockit Diagnostics, a startup on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, receives nearly £100,000 from SBRI award. Pockit Diagnostics, a startup supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, received nearly £100,000 from the SBRI Healthcare Award to develop…

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Business Weekly: Qureight secures £1.5m to enhance AI solution in battle against complex diseases

Cambridge-based Qureight, a clinical data curation and analytics company, has raised £1.5 million seed funding to develop AI-powered platform allowing to collect data from complex diseases. “Qureight’s platform technology will allow biopharma companies to recruit fewer patients for clinical trials…

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Pitch contest

Ventures associated with the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School get third prize, semifinals at the Global Pitch Competition in Shenzhen, China. Mimicrete, an advanced materials science venture that is developing novel self-healing concrete, was awarded third prize in the Peking HSBC Business School-Cambridge…

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Dr Liz Zijing Li of Mimicrete.

Cambridge News: Cambridge University graduate’s endometriosis diagnosis inspired her to develop reproductive testing kit

Cambridge University graduate Dr Golnoush Golshirazi co-founded ScreenMe that offers home reproductive health testing kit. There is also an app aiming to make the process more understandable. ScreenMe startup was previously on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by Cambridge Judge’s…

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Cambridge Independent: Happyr Health and Medwise at North-South MedTech Summit

Two startups currently on Accelerate Cambridge programme run by Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre, will attend the inaugural North-South MedTech Summit.’s co-founder Dr Keith Tsui will be at ‘Healthcare’ roundtable to talk about “the importance of supporting healthcare workers in…

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Business Weekly: Near-death experience breathes life into small molecule startup

A feature about PharmEnable startup, that is exploring new areas of chemical space that no one else is currently searching to enable the development of vital new medicines. The startup is currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the…

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Business Weekly: Qureight clinches £500K in seed funding from CMS Ventures

Cambridge imaging analytics company Qureight has clinched £500K in seed funding from CMS Ventures, a move which will enable the startup to launch the second iteration of its AI-based platform. Qureight is on the Accelerate Cambridge programme of the Entrepreneurship…

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Cambridge Independent: helps clinicians find COVID-19 answers using artificial intelligence startup, currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme, run by Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre, has been awarded Innovate UK grant to an artificial intelligence-powered platform. The technology aims to help clinicians to find the answers they need to questions about…

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Startup innovation boost

£100,000-plus Innovate UK boost for two cutting-edge startups. The UK government recently announced that 800 innovative businesses and startups are set to benefit from Innovate UK funding. Two startups currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Entrepreneurship Centre…

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