Abcodia is an innovative company engaged in the validation and discovery of molecular biomarkers for disease diagnosis and screening.
Bubbling just below The Killer50, Ones to Watch flags up start-ups barely on the commercial radar but tipped to grow globally.
Acacia Pharma is focused on cancer supportive care – the management of the symptoms of cancer or the side effects of cancer therapy.
Adder Technology designs and manufactures an advanced range of KVM switches, extenders and IP solutions which enable the reliable control of local, remote and global IT systems. It was established in 1984 by Adrian Dickens, an engineering graduate from the UK's renowned Cambridge University.
Altacor is a specialist ophthalmology company developing and marketing a portfolio of products in the fields of dry eye, glaucoma and ocular infection.
Established by former ARM executives in 2010 as a privately-funded power electronics company, the vision of Amantys is to transform the design, implementation and control of power electronic systems.
Cambridge Science Park startup, Ampium is working to make electric vehicles a practical reality for road users everywhere.
Arcus Global was started by Lars Malmqvist and Denis Kaminskiy following their MBA at Cambridge. The enterprise started as a research project at Judge Business School in early 2009.
Unilever spin-out Arecor, was founded in 2007 on a revolutionary technology that enabled new and advanced solutions for enhancing the utility of biological medicines.
Argon Design is a technology and product development partner that develops technologies and products for Fortune 500 and FTSE100 brands, and SMEs. Argon aims to help its clients reduce time to market, reduce risk as well as aiming to lower the costs of development and production.
Founded in 2002, ArtVPS quickly became established as the leading innovator of dedicated rendering hardware, developing the first processor designed exclusively to accelerate ray-tracing of 3D data.
Ash Biotech remains in stealth but is arguably one of the most exciting BioMedTech plays Cambridge has ever produced.
Cambridge based Audio Analytic produces software that automatically recognises sounds by means of computer analysis. The CoreLogger™ sound recognition software can detect a wide variety of sounds depending on the type of Sound Packs™ installed with high levels of ambient noise while still matching.
Augmentra, a specialist in developing location-based mapping solutions for the non-urban environment, develops and markets ViewRanger, which maximises the opportunities offered by the convergence of mobile phone, imaging, and GPS technologies.
Aurasma is a radical augmented reality platform developed within Autonomy Corporation.
Aveillant offers Holographic Radar™ Solutions, primarily for Air Traffic Control around wind farms.
Avita’s regenerative and tissue-engineered products provide revolutionary solutions using a patient's own skin and the regenerative capability of the human body to treat a wide range of wounds, scars and skin defects.
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