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South Companies

Current ideaSpace South companies based at University of Cambridge Biomedical Innovation Hub, [Clifford Allbutt Building] Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 0AH

 

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Millions of people suffer from food allergy. We develop pioneering treatments so they can live free from fear.


Cambridge Precision Medicine Limited
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Interpreting genomics.


CS Genetics

CS Genetics is developing new tools and techniques for genomics


Elpis Biomed  Elpis Biomed3

Human cells made easy.             


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Granta Innovation is developing a novel AI system for MRI imaging, aiming to revolutionise cancer diagnosis.


Intellisense.io  intellisense

An Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) company.


myICUvoiceMyICUvoice logo

Understanding what really matters to ICU patients


NeutroCheckNeutroCheck logo

Transforming care for patients on cancer chemotherapy.


Reflection Therapeutics

Creating new therapies for neurodegeneration.


Sino-UK Fund

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China knowledge, growth capital and relationships.


Videregen LtdVideregen

Transforming the lives of patient’s with rare diseases using personalised organs.


ZantiksZantiks New

Behaviour; simply.


                                                                                            

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We’re Still a Community (even when we’re not in the office)

Mar 31, 2020

As part of the university’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic we made the decision last week to close the ideaSpace offices for all activity, with the exception of essential and emergency access by our members. From the beginning we’ve said that the space element of ideaSpace was only one of the mechanisms in which we support our members and bring our community together. With recent developments this narrative has been put to the test.

Celebrating British Science Week

Mar 12, 2020

To celebrate British Science Week we spoke to three of our Founders about their innovative ideas, their story and the challenges they face. With three offices across Cambridge we wanted to feature a venture from each… Elyn Shen, Founder of Tenoke - a venture that uses ground-breaking technology to transform cardiovascular diseases prevention, is based at ideaSpace South on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. Ruchi Sharma, a member at ideaSpace West is the Founder of Stemnovate – a venture redefining drug discovery through data. Attila Csordas, member of ideaSpace City and Founder of AgeCurve – World’s First Deep Age Profiling from Home.

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