A British company has created the model for a computer memory chip that could make some data operations 1,000 times faster, and so easy to program that school pupils could write the code.
Coming up with an idea for a product is the easy bit - it's the designing of it that can be a complicated and costly process. At a recent ideaSpace event four founders offered their insights on how you can build a successful product that your customers are going to love...
ideaSpace West members, Stemnovate, and ANB Sensors Limited, both Cambridge based companies, have been awarded $1 million Innovate UK funding to advance ‘Liver on a chip’ technology that will improve drug testing and help patients by increasing drug safety, effectiveness and potentially develop individually tailored medicine.
WeWork hosts a one-off, free to attend event next week to inspire creativity and entrepreneurship in Cambridge, in celebration of ‘The Creator Awards’.
Cutting edge life science investments with potentially huge financial rewards. IdeaSpace West members, Capital Cell, has launched in the UK, with value adding partnerships, strong life science start-up links, and a new investment platform.
EnXray Ltd raises funding for ground breaking Low Energy X-ray (LEXR) sterilisation machine.
Cloud-based accounting software provider, FreeAgent Central have started trading as a public company on the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market (AIM)
Blackboard Inc., a leading education technology company for teaching, learning and student engagement, today announced the acquisition of U.K. based Fronteer, including its flagship Ally product. Ally is designed to help institutions and instructors make course content more accessible for learners.
The largest genetics laboratory in the NHS brings to the platform their solid tumour sequencing, enabling clinicians to give an individual approach to their patients, tailored to their tumour’s genetic makeup.
Anglia Ruskin University wants to use better collaboration and teamworking to radically change the way it operates. Altogame, a British-Finnish start-up based in Cambridge and Helsinki, is helping it achieve this goal using the latest 3D game technology.
At VentureFest East tomorrow (24 May), ThisWay Global will present their new technology solution for what the OECD says ‘might be the greatest business opportunity ever’…the solution to hiring.
Cambridge-based Metrarc is part of a consortium which has won funding worth nearly £400,000 from Innovate UK to combat growing security threats to the management of personal health data.
Unikernel's unique approach to deploying and managing applications is bought by Docker.
Cambridge Allergy's pilot peanut allergy clinic features on BBC 2's "Trust Me, I'm a Doctor" looking at immunotherapy treatment.
GeneAdviser and Undo named winners of the 2015 Cambridge Wireless Discovering Start-Ups competition.
ideaSpace City has moved a short distance along Mill Lane to a new riverside office overlooking the mill pond.
Metrarc has won funding from Innovate UK for a project that aims to improve security for personal data gathered though the Internet of Things (IoT) with a focus on wearable technology.
Cambridge Nanosystems has won the top award for Business Innovation at the Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards 2015.
SeeSpeak has launched a website to promote its single-function tablet for video calls to connect generations of families that may live on opposite sides of the world.
Vizzuality was invited to work with Google on its new Google Trends API to show which were the most searched-for American football teams across the United States.
IntelliSense.io is working with one of the world’s largest uranium producers on its Green Smart Mine innovation programme to reduce energy waste and improve production.
Turning methane into graphene may seem like modern-day alchemy but that is what Cambridge Nanosystems is successfully doing – and at a scale that will soon increase 100-fold.
Healx3 is aiming to breathe new life into parked therapeutics and dormant IP in the biopharmaceutical industry.
Cambridge Intelligence has moved to its own larger premises in the centre of Cambridge after enjoying rapid global growth while at ideaSpace.
Effective university-business interactions and mechanisms for the exchange of knowledge, intellectual property, technology and trained people are essential to promote innovation and economic growth.