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Cambridge Enterprise works in collaboration with University of Cambridge academics, researchers, students and staff across a broad spectrum of disciplines, from biosciences to engineering and more.
We help them develop their ideas into innovative and transformative opportunities that could enable your organisation’s next generation products.
The list below displays all of the opportunities we are currently marketing. However, we welcome enquiries and work with companies on an individual basis to identify particular areas of interest.
If you would like to learn more about any of the opportunities below, please get in touch.
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Coating NMC particles at scale for improved Li-ion cell lifetime
Mass spectrometry-based clinical test and key biomarkers to predict the risk of fetal size abnormalities and prevent stillbirth
Eliminating the need for a dedicated mandrel in metal spinning reducing cost and time to produce with added asymmetry and geometry control benefits
Meeting the demand for increasing higher communication data rates by reducing the non-linearity of optical laser outputs
Bringing the printed page to life through augmented reality
A low-cost and highly accurate, deep neural network model to analyse perceived loudness at faster than real-time speeds
Increasing data transmission performance and efficiency in PCB devices and ribbon cables
Creating stronger, more durable metal 3D printed parts whilst also reducing early component failure
A simple, effective technique for monitoring the SOC of redox flow battery electrolytes during operation, optimising performance to enable use in widespread grid storage
Reducing cost, the need for specialist equipment, and the dangerous chemicals in the production of polymer
Revolutionary new process for producing seamless ring components resulting in material and energy savings of 25-50%, a significant reduction in processing requirements, the elimination of tool set up time, and increase in process stability