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Who won at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards?

Several firms connected to Cambridge Judge Business School are honoured at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards. Bruno Cotta The Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2021-22 honoured several firms connected with Cambridge Judge Business School at a ceremony on 11…

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Find out who won at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards.

Venturing forth: Qureight – integrating data with AI to solve complex diseases

Qureight, a clinical data analytics company supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, just raised £1.5m in seed funding. Qureight, a clinical data analytics firm supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, had its origins in a…

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Venturing forth: Qureight – integrating data with AI to solve complex diseases.

Business Weekly: Silicon Valley investor backs Cambridge Future Tech seed round

Vest Coast Capital, which has bases in Silicon Valley and New York, has invested in a seed round for Cambridge Future Tech (CFT) – a venture builder for DeepTech startups accessing novel and disruptive technologies from a host of UK-based…

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Cambridge Independent: Finalists revealed for 2021-22 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

The shortlist for the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards has been revealed. New categories this year include Employer of the Year, sponsored by Cambridge office and lab design and fit-out specialist COEL, and the Enterprise Skills Award, sponsored by…

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MBE announced

Bina Mehta, Chair of KPMG in the UK and a Fellow in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge, is named an MBE in the New Year's Honours. Bina Mehta, Chair of professional services firm KPMG in the UK and an Honorary Fellow…

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CJBS Entrepreneurship fellow Mehta Bina awarded MBA.

Venturing forth: bit.bio – reprogramming stem cells to allow manufacture of human cells

Biotech firm bit.bio, which was on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, reprograms stem cells to allow manufacture of human cells. Mark Kotter Mark Kotter, a University of Cambridge stem cell biologist and neurosurgeon who founded biotech…

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It is now possible to turn stem cells into pure cultures of brain cells, muscle cells, etc., within days.

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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The Times: KPMG chair Bina Mehta vows to put auditor’s house in order

An interview with KPMG chair Bina Mehta, a Fellow in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge's Entrepreneurship Centre. Ms Mehta, appointed to the role in February 2021, is the first non-executive chairwoman to lead KPMG UK in its 150 years history. (subs)…

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Enterprise skills

Brilliant scientists and technologists also need exemplary management ability to succeed in business. Bruno Cotta, Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, explains the Centre’s sponsorship of a new Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Award that recognises these…

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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.

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