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Current ideaSpace west companies based the Hauser Forum, Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge.

 

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Improving speech recognition in noisy environments.      

Offers strategic Intellectual Property (IP) advice and outsourcing services toMultinationals, SMEs... 

Blueshift Memory is pioneering new computer memory infrastructure that speeds up data intensive calculations

Work use mineral carbonation process chemistry to extract value from silicate minerals and wastes and to produce...

Provides engineering analysis consultancy service and develops related technology for its clients

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Connect the world with borderless teaching and learning


CIR Strategy
Business value consulting - rational methods to improve a business in any situation

We transform ideas into immersive experiences
Inkling Cambridge Ltd
Developing real-world applications for graphene through our universal nanoplatelet dispersion process

 J L Aspden Ltd

Develop methods of measuring human and machine intelligence

Software company that provides world-class remote data collection systems to companies in Water and Environmental industries across the UK and Europe

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Mursla

Next gen cancer diagnostics via liquid biopsy

Mobile and Over-the-Air provisioning for the low power IoT

Monitor, Predict, Optimise
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PetaGene make genomics and medical imaging data smaller, faster and better

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Key management to govern your data and business risks

Leading a step change in the design of materials, chemicals and drugs using near-term quantum computers

Your drug discovery partner

Connecting talented individuals with startups and growing businesses, for shared professional success.

A Cambridge based travel technology company.

Aims to make editors' lives better by building tools designed specifically for the jobs they do

ZiFiSense

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ZifiSense provides IoT connectivity for smart city and industries 

 

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Spotlight on Mursla

Feb 03, 2019

Cancer is one of the most challenging global issues an entrepreneur could choose to tackle. But Pierre Arsène and Victor Serdio are doing just that with their company Mursla. Based at ideaSpace West, Mursla is developing a breakthrough technology for early cancer detection using liquid biopsies, offering a less invasive and more responsive approach to diagnosis, treatment and cure. To mark World Cancer Day on the 4th February, we asked Pierre to explain more about Mursla and the bold ideas and enthusiasm driving this bright company.

LESSONS FROM A FOUNDER: What's Your 2019 Startup Goal?

Jan 30, 2019

For many of us, a new year often starts with an optimistic resolution to change – join the gym, write a book, travel perhaps. But if you’re running a startup, January is a great time to assess your company’s development and set fresh goals for the coming year. We asked four founders at ideaSpace to reflect on progress and share their area of focus for 2019.

GeoSpock Lands £10 Million in Additional Funding 

Jan 09, 2019

ideaSpace alumni and extreme data specialists, GeoSpock, have secured an extra  £10 million in funding. The latest round was led by Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC) jointly with Parkwalk Advisors and Japanese firms Global Brain and 31Ventures. Japanese data tech company KDDI Supership joined as a strategic investor. Investment was also secured from existing investor, Jonathan Milner.

A Breath Test Could Detect Early Cancer Signs

Jan 06, 2019

CRUK and ideaSpace City members, Owlstone Medical, have launched a new trial to discover whether it's possible to detect early stage cancer symptoms from a person's breath.

Petagene secure $2.1 Million in Funding 

Jan 03, 2019

2019 is off to a great start for the Petagene team who have been awarded $2.1 million in additional funding. The latest round was lead by U.S. venture firm Romulus Capital, with collaboration from other unnamed investors in London and Silicon Valley, bringing the total funding awarded to $3.2 million.

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