We are pleased to announce the appointment of Neil Thompson, PhD, as Chief Scientific Officer (CSO)
Cambridge’s global pre-eminence in creating digital techniques to combat mental illness will be showcased at the next Business Weekly-Mills & Reeve Life Science Forum on July 24.
Cambridge extreme data technology business GeoSpock is leveraging growing demand in Asia by opening operations in Tokyo and Singapore. It plans to hire 30 staff in Asia in the next 24 months.
Qkine has secured £550,000 in funding to establish a UK manufacturing base on Cambridge Science Park and expand its research and development activities.
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.
Crowdfunding publisher Unbound is launching a new funding campaign to continue its US expansion and support its UK operations.
myrtle.ai has assembled a globally renowned team of experts with expertise in producing low power inference circuits and works with quoted businesses on both sides of the Atlantic.
The UK‘s Ministry of Defence (MoD) has approached start-up Oxford Space Systems (OSS) to design antennas for a sovereign satellite radar system.
A new tool helping universities increase enrolments, by connecting prospective students with current ones and harnessing the power of social media, has been launched in the UK – and is citing 1 in 4 conversion rates.
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.