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Licensing Cambridge innovation

Cambridge Enterprise works in collaboration with University of Cambridge researchers to market and license available technologies ranging from the biosciences to engineering.

We have completed more than 1,000 commercial agreements.

We welcome contact from companies interested in licensing available technologies from the University of Cambridge, and work with companies on an individual basis to identify specific areas of interest.

Image: The chromosome screening technology developed by University of Cambridge spin-out BlueGnome has shown to increase in vitro fertilisation (IVF) success rates by 65% over the current methods.

Polymeric heart valve

Life sciences Ref No: Mog-2514-10
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Scientists at the University of Cambridge have designed and manufactured a tri-leaflet heart valve made of polymers and mimicking for the first time the unique anisotropic properties of natural tissue valves. This polymeric heart valve technology combines the durability of mechanical valves and the haemo-compatibility and flexibility of natural tissue valves to offer new, improved heart valves.

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Virtual WDS software

Physical Sciences Ref No: Ree-1001-95
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The Virtual WDS program allows the synthesis of Wavelength-Dispersive Electron Probe Spectra using stored experimental spectra, to facilitate the selection of optimal positions for background measurements and assist in the choice of suitable counting strategies for specific analytical situations.

Further information can be found at the Department of Earth Sciences website and in the following publications:

  • Reed, S. J. B. and Buckley, A. (1996). Virtual WDS. Mikrochim. Acta (Suppl), 13, 479–483
  • Reed, S. J. B. and Buckley, A. (1998). Computer simulation applied to WD analysis. Microscopy and Microanalysis, 4 (Suppl 2), 236–237.

Virtual WDS has been developed to run under Microsoft Windows and will run on either WFW, Windows 95/98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows ME or Windows 7. A 16-bit version is still available for WFW but the latest version is 32-bit only (i.e. W95/98/2000/NT/XP/ME).

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iPS cells derived from circulatory endothelial progenitors

Life sciences Ref No: Mor-2564-11
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Scientists at the University of Cambridge have designed a new method of generating iPS cells using blood-derived endothelial progenitors as a substrate. This method proves to be far more efficient than traditional methods of iPS cell differentiation, allowing rapid expansion in culture and large scale production.

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Encouraging grey-scale thinking

Humanities and Social Sciences Ref No: Sav-2730-12
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Many conflict situations, ranging from extremist activities to intra-organisational disputes, arise from an inability to engage with different viewpoints. Integrative complexity (IC) is a capacity which can be developed to enable individuals to move away from ‘black and white’ or ‘them and us’ thinking to encouraging grey-scale thinking. Conflict as a zero-sum game is overcome by the IC method, developed as a means to expand the way people think while concurrently remaining true to their own values.

The ICthinking® team at the University of Cambridge (Dr Sara Savage, Dr Jose Liht, Dr Eolene Boyd-MacMillan and others) have developed a unique methodology (ICthinking®) for increasing the IC of an individual, through:

  • carefully structured courses developed for specific conflict environments
  • leveraging the ability for each participant to consider the conflict from a range of viewpoints while also increasing their awareness of the breadth of their own values.

All courses and training are research- and evidence-based, with findings on the whole range of different IC courses to date showing a consistent increase in participants’ IC level regarding ‘hot’ issues of conflict from black and white, polarised thinking to an ability to perceive some validity in opposing viewpoints, and to apply that to win/win problem solving after just 16 hours of ICthinking® training.

More information on the courses offered and research context can be found at ICthinking® or please contact us for information on how you or your organisation can work with the ICthinking® team.

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Childhood Autism Spectrum Test (CAST)

Life sciences Ref No: Bar-2844-13
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Childhood Autism Spectrum Test (CAST) is a questionnaire developed by Professor Simon Baron-Cohen and colleagues at the Autism Research Centre and available for licensing. Consisting of 37 questions, it aims to identify children aged 4–11 years who are at risk of having Asperger Syndrome (AS) and related social and communication conditions. A suite of tests developed by the team for diagnosing autism is also available for licensing.

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Printable inks based on layered nanomaterials

Physical Sciences Ref No: Fer-2710-12
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Professor Andrea Ferrari and his team in the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge have developed a novel method of producing printable inks based on layered nanomaterials such as graphene. This technology overcomes the issues of current printable inks and can be printed by various methods on flexible substrates.

Printable electronics have to date been limited by the lower electron mobility, and hence operation speed, of organic materials compared to silicon, the production cost, processing requirements and performance of metal or carbon nanoparticle-based inks. Current generation transparent and electrically conductive layers are stiff and brittle and hence limit flexible electronic applications.

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Empathy/Systemizing Quotient (EQ-SQ)

Life sciences Ref No: Bar-2748-12
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Empathy Quotient (EQ), Systemizing Quotient (SQ) and Empathy/Systemizing Quotient (EQ-SQ) are questionnaires developed by Professor Simon Baron-Cohen and colleagues at the Autism Research Centre and available for licensing. They aim to test if adults, adolescents or children of average intelligence have Asperger Syndrome or high functioning autism. A suite of tests developed by the team for diagnosing autism is also available for licensing.

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Quantitative Checklist for Autism in Toddlers

Life sciences Ref No: Bar-2747-12
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The Quantitative Checklist for Autism in Toddlers (Q-CHAT) is a questionnaire developed by Professor Simon Baron-Cohen and colleagues at the Autism Research Centre and available for licensing. Consisting of twenty-five questions, it aims to identify children aged 18-24 months who are at risk of having social-communication disorders. A version with 10 questions is also available. A suite of tests developed by the team for diagnosing autism are also available for licensing.

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Autism Spectrum Quotient (AQ)

Life sciences Ref No: Bar-2746-12
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The Autism Spectrum Quotient (AQ) is a questionnaire developed by Professor Simon Baron-Cohen and colleagues at the Autism Research Centre and available for licensing. Consisting of 50 questions, it aims to test if adults, children or adolescents of average intelligence have symptoms of autism or one of the other autism spectrum conditions. A suite of tests developed by the team for diagnosing autism is also available for licensing for commercial use.

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CAM2 software for hearing aid fitting

Software Ref No: Moo-2554-11
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CAM2 software is a package that enables hearing aids to be tailored to an individual’s needs, resulting in improved hearing quality. All modern hearing aids include multi-channel amplitude compression and the characteristics of the compression need to be set to suit the individual hearing-impaired person. CAM2 has been developed to provide a superior solution for the tailoring of wide-band hearing aid parameters using the audiogram alone, and is an essential new tool in the audiology field.

CAM2 is available for licensing to hearing aid manufacturers and providers and for academic research purposes. If you are a hearing aid user interested in having CAM2 software used in the fitting of your hearing aid, please contact your hearing aid provider and ask them to get in touch with us directly.

Moore, B. C. and Sek, A. (2013). Ear Hear. 34, 83-95

Moore, B. C., Glasberg, B. R., and Stone, M. A. (2010). Int. J. Audiol. 49, 216-227

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Database of contemporary spoken English

Humanities and Social Sciences Ref No: Nol-2585-11
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Recordings of speakers with ‘Standard Southern British English’ pronunciation have been collected and transcribed orthographically by researchers in the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics at the University of Cambridge.

The database was recorded with forensic phonetic research in mind, but serves very generally as an extensive source of contemporary spoken English. It comprises studio quality recordings of 100 male speakers aged 18–25 performing four tasks involving different speaking styles: taking part in a simulated police interview; making a telephone call with an ‘accomplice’ (recorded simultaneously and over the public telephone network); reading a passage; and reading a set of sentences.

Compared to alternative databases of comparable size, this database provides, for a tightly homogeneous population of speakers, a spectrum of speaking styles with a substantial number of words and phrases (elicited by design) in common. It is expected to be of interest to companies involved in a variety of speech technologies, and is available to license from the Economic and Social Data Service.

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Generation of origin-specific vascular smooth muscle cells

Life sciences Ref No: Sin-2591-11
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Origin-specific vascular smooth muscle cells were generated from both human embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells using chemically defined media. These cells have now been shown to be pure (> 90%), mature and contractile for lineage-specific human cells disease modelling.

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Simulator software

Life sciences Ref No: Hov-2295-09
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Executable and source code to represent glucose regulation of Type 1 diabetes.

 

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Transgenic mice with fluorescently labelled intestinal K-cells

Life sciences Ref No: Gri-2367-09
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This enables exploration of mechanisms involved in glucose dependent insulinotropic polypeptide secretion with the potential to identify targets in these cells that could be exploited therapeutically for treatment of obesity.

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ICM+ software for brain monitoring in neurological intensive care research

Software Ref No: Smi-833-03
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The ICM+ software, developed by Dr Peter Smielewski and Professor Marek Czosnyka, provides for real-time multimodality monitoring, analysis and data storage in neurological intensive care environments. Download further information here.

Non-exclusive licences with standard terms and conditions are available for the ICM+® software. Licence types include our standard, single centre research licence (usually priced at £7,500 plus VAT if applicable) that allows the software to be installed on up to 15 PCs per department (if you wish to install the software on more than 15 PCs then additional costs may be levied). We also offer consortium (i.e. multi-centre) as well as project-specific licensing (fees generally range from £4,000 to £7,500 plus VAT if applicable per centre). Offline and evaluation licences are also available.

To obtain a licence tailored to your needs:

  1. Complete the Licence Request Form and email it to software@enterprise.cam.ac.uk
  2. We will then send you a custom proposal for the licence (as well as custom consultancy work if requested).
  3. If you wish to proceed, we’ll draft a licence (and consultancy agreement if requested) and send it to you.
  4. The licence (and consultancy agreement if requested) will need to be signed by both an authorised official at your organisation and by the head of the research group requesting the software. Agreements can be executed by PDF or hard copy.
  5. Depending on the terms of the licence, the ICM+® software can then be installed either remotely (no additional charge) or via an on-site visit (charged separately); we will then invoice you thereafter.
  6. Maintenance updates are usually provided for two years as part of the license fee via the ICM+® website. Should you wish to continue downloading maintenance updates after the initial two year period, a separate Maintenance Agreement can be put in place at a cost of £770 (plus VAT if applicable) which will provide two further years of maintenance updates, plus one day of remote support.

Please note: The ICM+® software is in a development stage and is provided ‘as is’ (i.e. it is not error-free). ICM+® is designed as a research tool in order to augment clinical research; it is not licensed for diagnostic, therapeutic or clinical decision-making purposes. ICM+® has not been approved for use by any regulatory authority.

Third party Add-ons

  • ICM+ Tools: a separate add-on tool called to assist with the management of data resulting from the use of ICM+® is available from Monash University.
  • nICP plug-in: a separate plug-in for ICM+® that enables non-invasive calculation of ICP from TCD FV and ABP signals in real time is available from Bernhard Schmidt at Klinikum Chemnitz.

These third party providers are listed strictly for information purposes only. Cambridge Enterprise is not responsible for the quality of the software, goods or services offered by these providers.

 

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JBIG-KIT Lossless Image Compression Library

Software Ref No: Kuh-266-02
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JBIG-KIT, by Markus Kuhn, is a software implementation of the JBIG1 data compression standard (ITU-T T.82), which was designed for bi-level high-resolution image data such as scanned documents. This library is available in portable C code and has been widely used in fax products, printer firmware and drivers, and document management systems. The package includes a variant implementation of just the ITU-T T.85 profile, with memory management optimised for embedded and fax applications.

The package includes two variant implementations: jbig.c implements nearly all options of the standard, but has to keep the full uncompressed image in memory, whereas jbig85.c implements just the ITU-T T.85 profile, with memory management optimized for embedded and fax applications, buffering only a few lines of the uncompressed image in memory, able to stream images of initially unknown height.

JBIG-KIT provides a portable library of compression and decompression functions with a documented interface that you can include very easily into your image or document processing software. In addition, JBIG-KIT provides ready-to-use compression and decompression programs with a simple command line interface (similar to the converters found in netpbm).

Examples of standard data transfer formats that encapsulate JBIG1 streams include Zenographics Zj-stream, TIFF-FX (RFC 2301), and fax.

You can use JBIG-KIT free of charge under the conditions of the GNU GPL or alternatively, you can also get a commercial licence for applications that are incompatible with GPL requirements by contacting us.

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Inerter – Suspension Damping Technology

Physical Sciences Ref No: Smi-327-01
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The Inerter is a passive device which allows designers of ride-control and suspension/damping systems the ability to realise performance levels that were previously only possible with actively controlled architectures. The device may be used on its own or in conjunction with traditional ride-control building blocks, to allow the designer cheap and simple, passive access to the full range of suspension characteristics. The device has been licensed by Cambridge Enterprise and is now widely used in motorsport. It promises improvements over traditional technologies in areas such as passenger comfort, heavy vehicles dynamics and the handling of high-performance vehicles. Contact us if you would like to consider using the Inerter in your applications.

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Gaussian Approximation Potential

Physical Sciences Ref No: Csa-2168-08
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Gaussian Approximation Potential (GAP) is a novel atomistic modelling technique that combines accuracy with speed. By inferring the energy of an atom from the position and identity of its neighbours using a precomputed database of exact quantum mechanical solutions, the potential energy surface of a system of atoms and molecules is approximated.

This methodology allows a controllable compromise to be made between the accuracy of Quantum Chemistry models and the speed of Interatomic Potential methods, with applications in a diverse range of fields including pharmaceuticals, aerospace, electronics and biotechnology.

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Transgenic mice with fluorescently labelled proglucagon-expressing cells

Life sciences Ref No: Gri-1716-06
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This enables exploration of mechanisms underlying GLP-1, PYY and glucagon release, with the potential to identify targets in proglucagon-expressing cells that could be exploited therapeutically for the treatment of diabetes and obesity.

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Novel apoptosis imaging agent

Life sciences Ref No: Bri-2121-08
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This is a novel agent for use in molecular imaging of apoptotic cells that can be cross-linked to a variety of contrast agents and is highly suitable for use with imaging technologies such as MRI, PET and SPECT. This imaging agent may be useful as a prognostic indicator of treatment outcome for cancer or cardiac plaque formation.

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Novel controller for navigation of 3D medical imaging data

Life sciences Ref No: Lom-1613-06/Lom-2382-10
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Novel controller for navigation of 3D medical imaging data that enables interactive 2D reformatting of, and navigation through, volumetric imaging data, such as data from CT or MRI, whilst avoiding visual distraction.

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