Articles for July 2012
Our articles for July 2012 are shown below.
Innovative British companies, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, together with the elite of US venture fund managers and investors, visited the University of Cambridge on Monday (30 July), at a major conference to promote investment in Britain’s high tech sectors.
New medical devices take a long time to reach the market – and many never make it. Jon Johnson, a researcher at Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing, is looking at ways of making the process of commercialisation more efficient.
University of Cambridge spin-out Breathing Buildings has been named one of the first winners of the Berti Green Accelerator programme, which aims to accelerate the growth of low carbon start-ups through a mixture of business support and funding.
Horizon Discovery establishes three new Centres of Excellence in rAAV-mediated cellular genome editing
Cambridge Enterprise portfolio company Horizon Discovery has established three new Centres of Excellence (CoE) for rAAV gene editing: the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, in Boston, the University of Liverpool and the Babraham Institute in Cambridge.