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Funding boost for hologram tech startup

A startup connected to Cambridge Judge Business School that is developing holographic 3D technology closed a new funding round of £11 million. The VividQ venture co-founded by Cambridge Judge MPhil in Technology Policy alumna Aleksandra Pedraszewska (MPhil in Technology Policy…

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A couple use an augmented reality tool to help decide how to decorate their apartment.

Cambridge Independent: Cambridge startup’s bio-reactor means cultured meat will be made anywhere

A feature about Animal Alternative Technologies startup that is engineering a scalable, end-to-end ecosystem for cultured meat production. The startup is currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre. "We are the world’s first cultured meat…

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Business Weekly: POCKiT Diagnostics discovers novel combination of biomarkers for stroke detection

POCKiT Diagnostics has validated a blood test for the rapid detection of the large vessel occlusion (LVO) subtype of strokes with 95 per cent accuracy, Business Weekly reports. The company, founded in 2017, is currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme…

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Business Weekly: Foodtech pioneer Powdies in the best of health

An interview with Dr Carina Tyrrell, Co-founder and CEO of Powdies venture, that produces powder drink made directly from farmers’ surplus fruits and vegetables. The startup is currently on the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre. Dr…

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Changing course

Study of firms in an accelerator programme identifies key limitations to the 'build-measure-learn' scientific approach of early venture creation, says paper by Monique Boddington and Stelios Kavadias of Cambridge Judge. Dr Monique Boddington Most new enterprises fail, so it's well…

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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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IQ Magazine: Cambridge.ai

Bruno Cotta, Executive Director at Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre, reflects on businesses recently recognised for addressing global challenges at Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards. “Whilst we’ve been locked down and out of our iconic building in Trumpington Street, we’ve…

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

A feature about PharEnable 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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Award-winning startups

Companies associated with Cambridge Judge Business School were honoured in the annual Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards. BIOS Health, a company co-founded by University of Cambridge graduates Emil Hewage, a computational neuroscientist, and Oliver Armitage, a biomechanical engineer, was…

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Cambridge Independent: Winners of Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards revealed

Few startups connected to Cambridge Judge Business School are among the winners of the annual Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards: Raspberry Pi was highly commended in STEM Initiative of the Year category. Raspberry Pi was founded by Cambridge Judge…

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