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The o2h Therapeutics and AI Fund invests in early stage biotechnology company

The o2h Therapeutics Fund & AI (The Fund), an early stage S/EIS fund investing in biotechnology therapeutic and related AI opportunities, is pleased to announce an investment in Exonate, an early stage biotechnology company.

29/03/2019Read in full

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Wentworth Laboratories builds dual-stage wafer prober with 12” integrating sphere

Wentworth Laboratories has recently delivered a pioneering custom dual-stage wafer probe station, featuring a 12-inch integrating sphere.

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Johnson Matthey achieves two major milestones in journey to commercialise eLNO

Johnson Matthey (JM), the global leader in science that makes the world cleaner and healthier, announces two major strategic developments in the commercialisation of eLNO®, its portfolio of market-leading ultra-high energy battery cathode materials.

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Event shares insight on UK/China business opportunities

Bailey Fisher hosted its latest Technology Leadership Dinner for Cambridge's growth tech CEOs, focusing on UK/China business opportunities, with speakers Henk Koopmans (Huawei), Ting Zhang (Crayfish.io) & Rick Hao (IQ Capital Partners).

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Council agrees lease to help preserve Cambridgeshire’s last remaining thatched tithe barn

Landbeach’s Grade II listed thatched Tithe Barn has been leased by South Cambridgeshire District Council to a specially formed charity. This will better enable the group, the Tithe Barn Trust, to access much needed funding to preserve and restore the barn for the benefit of local people.

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Fiona Rust joins Agri-Tech East

Agri-Tech East welcomes Fiona Rust to the team

Agri-Tech East has welcomed Fiona Rust to its team to help the organisation develop its events portfolio and work with its rapidly expanding membership.

29/03/2019Read in full

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8 questions you should be asking yourself when creating a marketing plan

Creating an effective marketing plan takes time, commitment and knowledge. It's important you know a number of things before you begin implementing yours, otherwise, it can all go wrong. Therefore, here are eight questions you should be asking yourself when creating a marketing plan - this should help keep you organised and not miss anything out.

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Join St Ives woman as one of 30 people skydiving to celebrate hospice’s 30th anniversary

A young woman from St Ives will be among 30 thrill seekers jumping from a plane to celebrate the 30th anniversary of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) in Milton.

28/03/2019Read in full

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Here's what a Cambridge immigration lawyer does in a week

Stone King's Immigration lawyer Julie Moktadir gives an insight into her busy work schedule.

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Nemesis Bioscience wins Innovate UK SBRI funding

Nemesis Bioscience wins Innovate UK SBRI funding award

Nemesis Bioscience has been successful in winning a £414,000 award granted by the UK’s innovation agency, Innovate UK, for its pioneering approach of reversing bacterial resistance to existing antibiotics, as well as protecting the effectiveness of new antibiotics.

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Report reveals legacy of public health research centres

By building capacity and capability in public health research, a report shows how the legacy of a UK-wide network of centres of excellence has helped fuel future public health and prevention research.

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Have courage – avoid being overwhelmed by sticking with the right kind of data

Now, more than ever, it’s critical to focus and simplify the challenges that we face to deliver communications with real impact, says Sarah Reakes, Managing Director at KISS.

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UK AI companies Biorelate and Intellegens win share of £20m in Innovate UK grant competition

Two artificial intelligence (AI) companies, Biorelate Limited and Intellegens Limited, today announced their success in the third round of the Innovate UK open grant funding competition. Together, the two companies have secured over £300,000 from Innovate UK and will co-invest an additional £130,000 to deliver a partnership project entitled: “Chemeia: A synergistic AI integrated architecture for augmenting high value dark-data”.

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CIC invests in Inivata’s £40 million series B funding round

Cambridge Innovation Capital plc (CIC), the venture capital investor focused on IP-rich technology and life science businesses in the Cambridge ecosystem, has participated in Inivata’s Series B fundraising of £40 million ($53 million). The first close of the financing occurred in August 2018, with the final tranche of the over-subscribed round being received in March 2019, based on strong delivery against corporate milestones.

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NICE issues Medtech Innovation Briefing on PredictSURE IBD™

PredictImmune, developers of pioneering prognostic tools for guiding treatment options and improving patient outcomes in immune-mediated diseases, today announced that the UK's National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published a Medtech Innovation Briefing (MIB) on the use of PredictSURE IBD™ in the prognosis of inflammatory bowel disease.

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Strength in Places Fund: Strong bids from all over UK taken forward to final stage

Twenty-four ambitious projects, from pharmaceuticals to aerospace, and transport to the creative economy, are to receive early-stage funding to develop full-stage bids that could lead to significant economic growth in places across the country.

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GeoSpock appoints new NED and secures further £2m investment from Parkwalk Advisors

GeoSpock® – the extreme-scale spatial big data integration company that provides analytics, builds insight, and enables predictions across space and time – has announced the appointment of Pontus Noren to a Non-Executive role on its Board of Directors, as well as a £2 million investment from Parkwalk Advisors.

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Number of UK scaleups rises but action is still needed to address regional disparities

The number of high-growth, scaling businesses in the UK increased to a record 36,510 - a 3.7% increase over the previous year - according to the ScaleUp Institute. The figures are drawn from the most recent ONS data, covering 2017. This means that the economy added 1,300 companies going through a period of rapid growth.

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Discussion about value and IP

How do entrepreneurial ventures create value while protecting IP?

How do ventures create value while protecting their intellectual property? Amid some tension there are tricks to the trade, according to an expert panel at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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Swedish Police sign new agreement for Sepura TETRA terminals

The Swedish Police have once again chosen Sepura TETRA terminals, supplied through Sepura's regional partner, Swedish Radio Supply, to refresh the national police fleet with market-leading TETRA radios.

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