Olympus Automation in Peterborough UK has been awarded a £30,000 prize in a Shell Springboard competition to boost commercialisation of a revolutionary cooking technology acquired in the takeover of Cambridge-based PDX.
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UK technology that fuses the worlds of music and gaming has raised £285k on the Cambridge crowdfunding site SyndicateRoom.
Intelligent Fingerprinting, a Norwich company developing the world’s first handheld fingerprint-based drug screening device, has secured £750,000 in funding from a consortium of private US-based investors.
Young Cambridge UK technology company Psonar – hailed as the next Spotify – has raised more than £200,000 investment through Cambridge crowdfunding neighbour SyndicateRoom.
A new biopharma business has been founded in Cambridge UK to develop innovative approaches to treat respiratory disease.
Imperial Innovations has invested £350k and led a new seed funding round of almost £1 million ($1.6 million) into Aqdot Limited.
Inform Direct, the Ipswich software company setting out to revolutionise company filing and reporting with Companies House has achieved a remarkable 175 per cent of its funding target on SyndicateRoom in Cambridge UK.
Next generation mobile payments and marketing specialist, Proxama, has raised £8.6 million to fund what it considers to be significant international growth opportunities. The company’s R & D nervecentre is in Norwich.
Eagle Genomics, the Cambridge UK bioinformatics technology business, has completed a £1 million funding round to expand its product line and develop new ones.
PneumaCare, a young Cambridge UK medical technology business, has closed a new £1 million financing round to underpin expansion in Europe and North America.
Cambridge entrepreneurs have co-founded and helped raise seed funds for a new UK university spin-out in the medical technology arena.
AIM-quoted Cambridge technology business Scientific Digital Imaging plc has conditionally raised around £850,000 before expenses through a UK placing.
Cambridge-based lighting technology company Isotera has closed a £1.6m second funding round to advance its UK business from product launch to volume sales.
Cambridge UK imaging technology specialist ARKeX has raised $15 million from a French energy sector investor to expand product capability and global reach.
A Cambridge business that offers one-to-one Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) over the internet has secured new investment to extend its services in response to increasing demand.
A triple injection of cash, clinical studies and fresh blood in the boardroom is accelerating commercialisation of new cancer diagnostic technology from Cambridge based UroSens.
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- Polatis secures £4m for global growth
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