The o2h Therapeutics Fund & AI (The Fund), an early stage S/EIS fund investing in biotechnology therapeutic and related AI opportunities, is pleased to announce an investment in Exonate, an early stage biotechnology company.
Ieso Digital Health has been crowned Business of the Year in the 29th annual Business Weekly Awards, held at Queens’ College in Cambridge.
Cambridge Communication Systems (CCS) has raised more than $10 million to back continued expansion in its technology and territories covered.
European venture capital firm Octopus Ventures and True, the retail and consumer sector specialist investor, have co-invested in ThirdEye, the AI-driven security platform for retailers.
Paragraf, a Cambridge University spin-out, is now able to produce graphene ‘wafers’ and graphene-based electronic devices that can be used in transistors, where graphene-based chips will be able to deliver speeds ten times faster than silicon chips.
Mental health technology innovator Ieso Digital Health in Cambridge is integrating Artificial Intelligence into its therapist platform for the first time.
GeoSpock, an extreme-scale spatial big data company has formed an commercial alliance with the Greater Cambridge Partnership, which is the first public sector organisation to sign up to its G-Cloud initiative
Sorex Sensors has appointed Michael LeGoff as its new chief executive officer.
The Business Weekly Awards shortlist, unveiled today, precisely reflects why Cambridge and the East of England innovation cluster is rated so highly on the global stage.
UK Central Government department, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) has selected Wazoku’s idea management platform, Idea Spotlight, to drive digital innovation and idea management across its entire network: The Royal Navy, British Army, the Royal Air Force, Joint Forces Command and Defence Infrastructure Organisation.