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The Killer 50

  • RedBite Solutions

    Dr Alex Wong

    In 2018 RedBite secured Innovate UK funding for a £1 million project to work with academia and enhance a new asset tracking technology to minimise... Read More

  • ROADMap

    Karl Heeks

    Spun out of Cambridge University’s engineering department in 2014, ROADMap is developing the next generation of wavelength selective switches (WSS)... Read More

  • RxCelerate

    David Grainger

    RxCelerate operates a unique model, allowing clients to outsource complete drug discovery and development programmes to a team of world-class drug... Read More

  • SATAVIA

    SATAVIA has developed a patented software platform to make aviation smarter, and enablie customers to increase cost base efficiency and drive up... Read More

  • Scientific Digital Imaging plc (SDI)

    Ken Ford

    SDI designs and manufactures scientific and technology products for use by the life science, healthcare, astronomy, consumer manufacturing and art... Read More

  • Sorex Sensors

    Sorex

    Sorex Sensors is a spin-out from the University of Cambridge’s Department of Electrical Engineering and has developed a dual-mode film bulk acoustic... Read More

  • Sixfold Bioscience

    Zuzanna Brzosko of Sixfold Bioscience

    Sixfold Bioscience is developing nanoparticle-based drug delivery tools capable of delivering multiple drugs to individual cancer cells at the same... Read More

  • techspert.io

    David Holden-White and Graham Mills

    Cambridge startup techspert.io secured £1 million in second round funding in December 2018 for its pioneering expert-finding and evaluating... Read More

  • VividQ

    hologram VividQ

    VividQ has developed patented software to enable commercial applications of holographic display in AR/VR headsets, smartglasses, automotive head-up... Read More

  • Entomics

    Entomics in Cambridge

    Entomics was set up in 2015 by a group of students from the University of Cambridge, with support from the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre’s... Read More

  • CorrosionRADAR

    CorrosionRADAR develops remote sensors for monitoring corrosion in oil & gas pipelines. The Cranfield University spin-out is addressing the well-... Read More

  • Cell Guidance Systems

    The Maia Building on Babraham Bioscience Campus

    The company has found a way to extend the shelf life of medicinal proteins by encasing them in ‘crystal armour’. Cell Guidance Systems is... Read More

  • Camcon Medical

    Wladyslaw Wygnanski

    Camcon Medical aims to revolutionise fluid control in the healthcare and life sciences industries with a unique, energy-recycling valve technology... Read More

  • Cambridge Touch Technologies (CTT)

    Corbin Church

    CTT is developing AI-driven, 3D multi-touch sensing technologies for smart devices.  The company’s technology uses what is regarded as the... Read More

  • Cambridge Heartwear

    Cambridge Heartwear

    Cambridge Heartwear has developed a low-cost next-generation wearable heart and cardiovascular function monitor which uses AI to diagnose heart... Read More

  • Cambridge Glycoscience

    Tom Simmons

    Cambridge Glycoscience specialises in the manufacture of novel functional food ingredients to improve the aesthetic and nutritional quality of... Read More

  • CamBioScience Ltd

    Dr Chibeza C. Agley

    Innovator in advanced training and machine learning systems, CamBioScience Ltd, clinched around £1.1 million of funding in January 2019 from... Read More

  • BIOS

    BIOS founders Oliver Armitage and Emil Hewage

    BIOS, the Cambridge UK neural engineering startup, closed $4.5 million in funding from top investors in the UK, Canada and Silicon Valley in December... Read More

  • Azeria Therapeutics

    Dr Jason Carroll

    Azeria hit the ground running with £4 million Series A capital and a mandate to develop breakthrough treatments for hormone resistant breast cancer... Read More

  • Antibodies.com

    Antibodies.com aims to give life science researchers access to cheaper antibodies for use in areas such as cancer, neuroscience and epigenetics and... Read More

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