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The Brains behind cutting energy waste for major uranium producer

The Brains behind cutting energy waste for major uranium producer

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.

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Turning methane into graphene – from gas to ‘black gold’

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.

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Eyeteq technology transforms TV for colour-blind viewers

Eyeteq technology transforms TV for colour-blind viewers

Spectral Edge has launched its Eyeteq technology for TV set top boxes to transform viewing for people with colour blindness.

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Double delight for Cambridge Intelligence

Double delight for Cambridge Intelligence

Cambridge Intelligence has been named Innovative Business of the Year and one of 60 high-growth European firms with the potential to hit £100m revenue within three to five years.

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Audio Analytic wins international award for consumer electronics

Audio Analytic has won an award in a worldwide competition to recognise the best innovations in engineering, science and technology.

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Smart solution to manage growing volume of genomics data

Fonleap is developing software to improve the efficiency of managing large – and rapidly growing – amounts of genomics data.

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Virtual fitting room Metail closes $12m funding round

Virtual fitting room Metail has recently closed on a $12 million funding round, adding to $8 million raised since being founded in 2008.

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Taming the flood of literature for researchers

Sparrho features in an article in Nature about recommendation services that help researchers keep up with the most important papers without becoming overwhelmed by information.

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Intelligent equity funding firm that stands out from the crowd

Intelligent equity funding firm that stands out from the crowd

The origins of SyndicateRoom started with a simple question – if I have £1,000, why can’t I invest it in the same early stage companies as some of Cambridge’s most high-profile business angels?

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Voyage Manager signs up another university customer

Voyage Manager signs up another university customer

The University of Aberdeen has signed up as the latest customer for Voyage Manager’s travel management solution.

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Spectral Edge offers insight into technology to help people with colour blindness

Spectral Edge offers insight into technology to help people with colour blindness

Spectral Edge’s managing director Christopher Cytera took to the airwaves to explain how new technology could help people with colour blindness.

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Reduse wins green award for ‘unprinting’ paper

Reduse wins green award for ‘unprinting’ paper

Reduse’s technology to remove print from paper so it can be reused several times before being recycled has won a major innovation competition award.

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BikeCityGuide wins Eurobike Award for ‘must have’ accessory

BikeCityGuide wins Eurobike Award for ‘must have’ accessory

The Finn Smartphone Mount made by BikeCityGuide, which is based at the ideaSpace City site, has been awarded the internationally acclaimed Eurobike Award 2014 as one of the “must have” bike accessories of the year.

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Skin Analytics wins Silicon Valley mentorship

Skin Analytics, which has developed a remote monitoring service to detect melanoma, has won a mentorship to help commercialise its business and raise funding in Silicon Valley.

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SyndicateRoom takes its place in the Killer50

SyndicateRoom takes its place in the Killer50

Equity crowdfunding company SyndicateRoom is one of 13 new entries in Business Weekly’s Killer50 list of the hottest technology companies in the East of England.

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European Digital Forum launched to ‘spread bright ideas’ across digital single market

The European Digital Forum – a think tank dedicated to empowering tech entrepreneurs and growing Europe’s digital economy – has been formally launched.

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Sharing insights into inspired start-ups

Stew McTavish was invited by the website InspiredStartups.com to give his insights into successful start-ups and how ideaSpace can help entrepreneurs on their journey.

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Taking parked therapies into overdrive

Taking parked therapies into overdrive

Healx3 is aiming to breathe new life into parked therapeutics and dormant IP in the biopharmaceutical industry.

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New home for rapidly growing Cambridge Intelligence

New home for rapidly growing Cambridge Intelligence

Cambridge Intelligence has moved to its own larger premises in the centre of Cambridge after enjoying rapid global growth.

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Cambridge knowledge exchange and innovation networks

Cambridge knowledge exchange and innovation networks

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.

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Why Cambridge is a start-up city

'Why have so many tech firms originated in Cambridge?' is the question posed by the BBC in a feature on the city's success - and Stew McTavish and three ideaSpace members are helping provide the answers.

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Doubling up – rapid rise of staff and clients for Cambridge Intelligence

Doubling up – rapid rise of staff and clients for Cambridge Intelligence

Cambridge Intelligence is celebrating the addition of another major customer which takes the total past 20 worldwide – double the number it was six months ago.

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BBC News - Is it good for people to fail occasionally?

BBC News - Is it good for people to fail occasionally?

In this highly competitive world we often prize success and hate it when things go wrong, but is there actually a value in failing? BBC news spoke to ideaSpace Director Stewart McTavish recently on the topic.

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Supporting the growth and sustainability of Europe’s start-ups

Supporting the growth and sustainability of Europe’s start-ups

ideaSpace is supporting a new initiative to boost the growth and sustainability of European start-ups by helping them compete and raise funds at a global level.

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How technology will shape our lives in 2020

How technology will shape our lives in 2020

A new book curated by a creative entrepreneur based at ideaSpace focuses on how technology will influence our daily life in the near future.

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An intelligent approach to visualisation systems

An intelligent approach to visualisation systems

In a world where organisations hold and use an ever-increasing amount of data – and much of it is highly sensitive – it is not always easy to understand the connections in that information.

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ideaSpace members dominate Cambridge tech start-ups list

ideaSpace members dominate Cambridge tech start-ups list

A national newspaper’s feature on 16 of the leading technology start-ups in Cambridge produced an interesting common denominator – almost half are members or alumni of ideaSpace.

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Cambridge Intelligence wins an innovation award

Cambridge Intelligence wins an innovation award

KeyLines, by Cambridge Intelligence, has been named Most Innovative Graph Application in Visualisation.

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Smart Crib launches ultra-secure password management solution

Smart Crib Ltd has launched a unique password management solution, sCrib™, to give users a range of ultra-secure passwords at the touch of a button.

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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.

LESSONS FOR A FOUNDER: Your Fundraising Questions Answered

Dec 20, 2018

Are you going to be fundraising for your startup in 2019? The landscape of startup funding can seem bewildering. So we asked experienced fundraising coach, Jonathan Leinmuller, to share his knowledge about how best to raise capital. Here’s what he had to say...

C1209 Selected as a Startup With High Potential for International Scale

Dec 14, 2018

ideaSpace City members C1209 have been selected by Virgin as a startup with high potential for international scale, as part of the Virgin StartUp StepUp programme. This follows on from a recent feature in British Vogue which named C1209's Franklin bag as 'One of the Best Office Bags For Women'. 

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