High flying aviation technology startup e-Go aeroplanes is bidding to raise extra growth cash on a new crowdfunding platform launched by Cambridge UK neighbour SyndicateRoom.
The Cambridge UK creators of a new high technology light aircraft are seeking an additional £800,000 funding to take the business to breakeven.
The Great British Banjo Company has launched a crowdfunding campaign to build the first affordable UK-made banjo in 60 years.
Inventors of powerful new technology that captures and stores memorable moments in people’s lives are seeking crowdfunding for the lifelogging tool through Kickstarter.
A new £128k fundraising campaign is underway to extend the outreach of one of Cambridge’s most significant computer technology ventures.
Ampium, a Cambridge pioneer in road-powered electric vehicles, is eyeing £5m-£10 million of equity funding to deploy initial routes.
Cambridge’s first interactive public science centre will open its doors in February 2013.
Eagle Genomics Ltd in Cambridge is bidding to raise £1 million one-off development capital to commercialise new technology that will enable customers to analyse biological data in the cloud.
A Cambridge UK startup specialising in inflammatory diseases is seeking funding to exploit technology it has spun out of Cellzome.
Eight19, the Cambridge UK CleanTech pioneer, has spun out its Indigo ‘pay-as-you-go’ solar technology into a newly-formed company – Azuri Technologies Ltd.
A Cambridge UK company pioneering 3D holographic radar technology to facilitate wind farm development without jeopardising aircraft movements, is set to raise £3.5 million Series B cash to underpin commercial rollout.
Sphere Fluidics, the Cambridge UK bio company that has developed unique technology for use in single cell analysis, is seeking to raise $8 million Series A Venture Capital Investment to underpin rapid growth.
Sphere Fluidics Limited has developed unique technologies for use in Single Cell Analysis and NanoProteomics studies.
An online games company on the inaugural Springboard Cambridge programme – MiniMonos – is set to announce fresh funding success.
A web-based platform that helps research labs improve monitoring of their inventories and save costs has been developed by a startup business from the University of Cambridge.
CUE grand finalist eComm says its product development currently relies on research grants but the enterprise is seeking £500k investment in the next phase for deploying its first product. More investment will be sought for ongoing development.
- Neul to raise several millions
- Microsoft backs Cambridge computer museum
- US VC seeks partner to co-invest in €50m fund
- Sentinel in Cambridge primed for extra funding
- US and UK VCs flock to Springboard Cambridge debut
- Entrepreneurs want more start-up hothousing
- Top marks for Lessonista at Cambridge Startup Weekend and support for resource triggered by Japan disaster
- TeraView seeks £2m to exploit opportunity
- Senexis seeks £20m to battle ageing-related illness
- What a ‘tweet’ as Twitter boosts campaign
- InputDynamics funding quest boosted by product parade
- Cambridge spin-out seeking £1m to democratise touch
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