New Cambridge Enterprise office opens on University Biomedical Campus


30-09-2014

Cambridge Enterprise, the University’s commercialisation arm, is expanding its reach with the opening of an adjunct office on the first floor of the University’s School of Clinical Medicine, providing a base on the Addenbrooke’s site for the Cambridge Enterprise Life Sciences team.

 

CE’s new permanent office at the centre of the Biomedical Campus highlights the University’s and hospitals' on-going and increasing commitment to capitalising on the many exciting innovations developed by clinicians and researchers on the site.” — Andrew Walsh

Cambridge Enterprise is headquartered at the Hauser Forum on the University's West Cambridge Research and Development Park.

“CE’s new permanent office at the centre of the Biomedical Campus highlights the University’s and hospitals’ on-going and increasing commitment to capitalising on the many exciting innovations developed by clinicians and researchers on the site,” said Cambridge Enterprise healthcare manger Andrew Walsh.

Cambridge Enterprise is tasked with assisting members of the University to make their ideas more commercially successful. This is done through the identification and development of commercially valuable intellectual property (IP), the formation of new companies and by supporting the provision of consultancy services to industry. Cambridge Enterprise also supports IP generated by members of Cambridge University Hospitals staff in collaboration with the University.

The new office on the Addenbrooke’s site will be manned daily by Walsh, NIHR BRC IP manager Michale Bouskila, and other members of the Cambridge Enterprise Life Sciences team.

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For more information, please contact Andrew Walsh at Andrew.walsh@enterprise.cam.ac.uk or Michale Bouskila at Michale.Bouskila@enterprise.cam.ac.uk or call Cambridge Enterprise on 01223 760339.

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Cambridge Enterprise exists to help University of Cambridge inventors, innovators and entrepreneurs make their ideas and concepts more commercially successful for the benefit of society, the UK economy, the inventors and the University.

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