David Cleevely CBE FREng has been appointed as Chair of the Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Committee, which oversees the highly successful Enterprise Hub. David will replace Ian Shott CBE FREng, the founding chair of the Enterprise Committee.
The Academy is delighted to welcome its new Fellows for 2019: leading engineers from the UK and around the world who have been elected to the Royal Academy of Engineering in recognition of their outstanding and continuing contributions to the profession.
How do supermarkets ensure they keep unwanted bones out of fish or chicken?
And how do they spot if food is contaminated by a foreign body?
Cambridge deals and the angel funders behind them look set to be in seventh heaven when the honours are handed out at an upcoming awards jamboree.
Cambridge’s credentials as a nervecentre for mental health research have taken a fresh uptick as university spin-out Psyomics closes in on a major seed funding round and starts to scale.
In this regular series, we're speaking to various players in the private equity and venture capital spaces—including startup founders, investors and noteworthy dealmakers—to see what daily life looks like for them.
This week, we talked to Shirin Dehghan (pictured), senior operating partner at Frog Capital.
BLM was the media partner for the 2019 Business Funding Show. Held at East Wintergarden in Canary Wharf, it brought together some of the UK’s most prominent investors, professionals and business leaders to pour over the latest trends shaping the funding market. Here are some key takeaways from the show.
How do ventures create value while protecting their intellectual property? Amid some tension there are tricks to the trade, according to an expert panel at Cambridge Judge Business School.
Are you someone who’s forgotten the pin for your credit or debit card with the usual embarrassing and inconvenient consequences? Thankfully, those days may soon be behind you. Because a card with a built-in fingerprint scanner is on the way. Izzie Clarke asked Angel Investor Peter Cowley to explain who's behind this work.
Cambridge technology company Grapeshot created 27 millionaires among staff and investors from inception in 2002 to last year’s sale to American corporation Oracle, founder John Snyder has revealed.