The Killer 50 Profiles

  • 14M Genomics

    Professor Sir Michael Stratton

    14M Genomics spun out of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in December, launching with a £12.5 million financing from Syncona Partners. ... Read More

  • Abcam

    Abcam CEO, Alan Hirzel

    Cambridge Science Park company, Abcam spun out of Cambridge University and has since become a world leader. Abcam makes its own antibodies as well... Read More

  • Abcodia

    Dr Julie Barnes, CEO of Abcodia

    Abcodia is developing tests for early detection of cancer and in June 2015 appointed Nadia Altomare as president of its newly established North... Read More

  • Abzena

    Antitope laboratory

    Abzena provides complementary services and technologies to R & D organisations to improve the chances of successful development of therapeutic... Read More

  • AlertMe

    AlertMe aims to ensure that, in the future, every device in the home can connect through a single ‘super app’

    AlertMe is a leading technology innovator in cloud-based Smart Home Services  and in February 2015 announced it was being acquired by British... Read More

  • Amino Communications

    Amino’s award-winning solutions are deployed by major network operators and service providers worldwide

    Amino is a world leading IPTV and hybrid/OTT innovator – bringing new entertainment products and solutions to a global market.  With over... Read More

  • ARM Holdings

    ARM HQ in Cambridge UK

    ARM is the world’s leading semiconductor intellectual property (IP) supplier and is at the heart of the development of digital electronic products... Read More

  • AVEVA Group

    AVEVA digital asset

    Quoted on London’s main market, AVEVA has been the world’s leading engineering software provider to the plant, power and marine industries for almost... Read More

  • Axol Bioscience

    Yichen Shi and Jonathan Milner or Axol Bioscience in Cambridge

    Axol is an exciting biotech company co-founded and co- funded privately by Abcam CEO, Dr Jonathan Milner and Dr Yichen Shi to fulfil the unmet demand... Read More

  • Azuri Technologies

    Azuri has developed the Indigo pay-as-you-go solar power for homes in off-grid markets

    The Indigo technology and business model combines mobile phone and solar technology to deliver affordable pay-as-you-go solar power that replaces... Read More

  • Bango

    Ray Anderson CEO of Bango in Cambridge

    Bango provides the technology that powers commerce for businesses targeting the growing market of internet enabled mobile phone users. Bango’s... Read More

  • Bicycle Therapeutics

    Sir Greg Winter

    Bicycle Therapeutics is a biotech company developing a platform technology that enables the creation of a new generation of biotherapeutics which... Read More

  • Bromium

    Simon Crosby of Bromium

    Software security startup Bromium, with operations in Cambridge and California, roared out of stealth mid-June 2012 with a $26.5 million Series B... Read More

  • Cambridge CMOS Sensors

    Bill Milne, Julian Gardner and Florin Udrea of cambridge CMOS

    Cambridge CMOS Sensors is a spin-out from Cambridge University exploiting innovative patented technology, jointly developed in collaboration with the... Read More

  • Cambridge Cognition

    Professor Barbara Sahakian

    AIM-quoted Cambridge Cognition is the leading provider of cognitive assessment software for academic research, healthcare provision and clinical... Read More

  • Cambridge Consultants

    Alan Richardson, CEO at Cambridge Consultants

    Cambridge Consultants arguably founded the Cambridge technology cluster in 1960 when Tim Eiloart, while studying at Trinity College, amassed £400 to... Read More

  • Cambridge Intelligence

    Joe Parry of Cambridge Intelligence

    Cambridge Intelligence has created competing technology to Wall Street giant IBM with a new visualisation platform. It moved to a new Cambridge HQ in... Read More

  • Cambridge Temperature Concepts

    the DuoFertility fertility monitor

    Cambridge Temperature Concepts (CTC) was founded by a group of scientists from the University of Cambridge in 2006.  The team at CTC... Read More

  • CCS

    John Porter of CCS in Cambridge

    CCS, headed by serial entrepreneurs Steve Greaves and John Porter (above), is a startup backed by business angels – including Robert Sansom and David... Read More

  • Consort Medical

    Jonathan-Glenn, Consort Medical

    Consort Medical is an international medical devices company focused on developing and manufacturing disposable medical devices for drug delivery.... Read More