A UK company that claims to have developed a new synthetic shuttlecock is hoping to take flight by raising £130k on Cambridge crowdfunding site, SyndicateRoom.
A Cambridge UK technology startup founded by a former ARM employee has launched a Kickstarter campaign to commercialise a development platform enabling people and companies to create sensors and actuators that can be controlled using Near Field Communication (NFC) and an Android phone or tablet.
The Canary home care monitoring system, invented by Acorn Computers co-founder and technology entrepreneur Chris Curry, has raised 85 per cent of its £250k target on Cambridge UK-based crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom.
Oval Medical Technologies in Cambridge is bidding to raise £1.5 million through the UK city’s crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom to underpin a new range of self-injectors for several conditions.
Cambridge UK bug busting technology specialist Bactest is bidding to raise around £600k from VC and angel sources to underpin accelerated growth of the business to help fuel major demand.
Cambridge medical technology business Abcodia sought up to £5 million growth capital at the 2014 BioInvestment Forum at Babraham Research Campus, which attracted hopefuls from across the UK and Europe.
The inventors of a revolutionary three-pin plug that folds completely flat have turned to Cambridge crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom to raise £500,000. The designers are set to license the technology to a global smartphone manufacturer and need the new cash to fund a fresh phase of growth.
The Canary home care monitoring system, invented by Acorn Computers co-founder and technology entrepreneur Chris Curry, has emerged from stealth and is bidding to raise 250k on Cambridge UK-based crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom.
Green Energy Options, the smart energy technology business based in Cambridge UK, is bidding to raise £20k on Kickstarter by the middle of April to develop innovative features on a smart heating controller.
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 seeks £1m for new cloud technology
- Cellzome spin-out seeks funding
- Eight19 to raise over £5m after spinning out Indigo
- £3.5m on radar for Aveillant commercial push
- Sphere Fluidics seeks $8m Series A venture cash
- Sphere seeks £4m funding to underpin growth
- Series B fundraising planned by Cambridge games company
- Cambridge startup eyes £60k investment
- eComm seeks initial £500k
- 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
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