Welcome to Cambridge Network

Cambridge ideas change the world and have created the vibrant high-technology cluster of Cambridge UK. Cambridge Network is a cross- sector membership organisation that brings people together – from business and academia – to meet each other and share ideas, encouraging collaboration for greater success.  We organise shared learning and events for members, and help bring new people to the region, as well as helping with the widest aspects of business infrastructure. 

News


Airline boss jets in to meet Cambridge leaders and showcase new USA flights from Stansted

The CEO of new long-haul airline, Primera Air, was in Cambridge today talking to senior executives and political leaders about the airline’s exciting and innovative new services to the USA from London Stansted that launch in April 2018.

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Cambridge genomics pioneers celebrate 20 years of making science work for health

With the Chief Medical Officer's 2017 annual report focusing on genomics, local genomics pioneers, PHG Foundation had plenty to celebrate at their 20th anniversary gala dinner this week.

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eLife and Coko partner to deliver open-source submission and peer-review platform

The new platform will help streamline communications between authors, editors and reviewers at all stages of the submission and review process.

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Cambridge at the forefront in fight to beat Alzheimer’s disease

As we live longer our chances of being diagnosed with a brain condition such as Alzheimer’s disease increases. Today, September 21st, is World Alzheimer’s day, and Cambridge researchers are taking the opportunity to highlight their research into this growing problem.

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Synthace raises £7.3m to accelerate biotechnology to enable faster breakthroughs

Synthace Ltd., the technology company behind the Antha operating system for biology, announced that it has raised £7.3m ($9.6m) in Series A funding. White Cloud Capital, Amadeus Capital Partners and Eleven Two Capital participated in the round alongside existing shareholders that included Sofinnova Partners, SOSV and Bioeconomy Capital.

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'Last mile’ fingerprints can help deliver healthcare

Cambridge start-up Simprints, awarded $2.45 million in new grant money, targets the developing world with fingerprinting technology to help deliver healthcare to 1.1 billion people with no formal identification.

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PCME celebrates third Queen’s Award success

PCME was honoured to receive the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category from Mrs Julie Spence OBE QPM, Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, at a special presentation ceremony held at PCME’s Headquarters in St Ives, Cambridgeshire.

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Stroke patients take part in music therapy study

The first year-long UK hospital trial to assess whether music therapy can help people recover following a stroke has started in Cambridge.

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Lord-Lieutenant presents Domino with Queen’s Award for Innovation

Domino Printing Sciences, based at Bar Hill, this week welcomed The Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, Julie Spence OBE QPM DL and Deputy Lieutenant, Michael Williamson DL to its headquarters. After a tour of the coding and marking manufacturer’s premises, the Queen’s Award for Innovation was presented to a team of Domino staff.

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Cambridge hosts major international conference

This week Cambridge is hosting one of the largest international conferences ever to come to the city, with more than 600 delegates from 39 countries attending – in addition to a public lecture given to 500 local school students by comedy icon, writer and television presenter Sir Tony Robinson.

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