Technology developed at the University of Cambridge lies at the heart of a commercial process that can turn toothpaste tubes and drinks pouches into both aluminium and fuel in just three minutes.
The University invested £2.7 million last year to support the development of Cambridge spin-outs.
University of Cambridge spin-out Reduse, which has developed a technology to remove print from paper allowing it to be reused several times before being recycled, has won the Venture Competition, organised by the Climate-KIC UK , the EU’s main climate innovation initiative.
Cambridge Innovation Capital announces first three investments from its £50 million Cambridge Cluster fund12 Aug 2014
Cambridge Innovation Capital (CIC), an investor in high-growth technology companies in the Cambridge cluster, has completed its first investments from a £50 million fund, backing three companies in the areas of cloud-based video archiving, grid-scale energy management and generative music composition.
A new £50 million investment business has been launched to support the development of University spin-outs and other early-stage technology companies in the Cambridge Cluster.