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Victor Christou steps down as CEO of Cambridge Innovation Capital after £150m fundraising

Victor Christou steps down as CEO of Cambridge Innovation Capital after £150m fundraising

Victor Christou steps down as CEO of Cambridge Innovation Capital after £150m fundraising

He plans to return to hands-on investing role


Cambridge engineer and Canadian astronaut Dr Jenni Sidey-Gibbons could be heading to the moon

Cambridge engineer and Canadian astronaut Dr Jenni Sidey-Gibbons could be heading to the moon

Cambridge engineer and Canadian astronaut Dr Jenni Sidey-Gibbons could be heading to the moon

NASA is leading a project to put humans back on the lunar surface


Cambridge start-up AC Biode creates world's first AC battery

Cambridge start-up AC Biode creates world's first AC battery

Cambridge start-up AC Biode creates world's first AC battery

Electric vehicles, drones and scooters could benefit from technology


Nanotechnology expert and clinician scientist among new members of Cambridge Enterprise governing body

Nanotechnology expert and clinician scientist among new members of Cambridge Enterprise governing body

Nanotechnology expert and clinician scientist among new members of Cambridge Enterprise governing body

Three new directors and two new advisors have joined the University of Cambridge's commercialisation arm


David Attenborough's surprise Q&A inspires students in Cambridge

David Attenborough's surprise Q&A inspires students in Cambridge

David Attenborough's surprise Q&A inspires students in Cambridge

Sir David answered questions on conservation issues at international event hosted by Department of Zoology

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500-year-old art mystery solved at St John's College

500-year-old art mystery solved at St John's College

500-year-old art mystery solved at St John's College

Importance of work by Dutch artist Meynnart Wewyck can now be appreciated


Cambridge Innovation Capital has a further £150million to invest in region

Cambridge Innovation Capital has a further £150million to invest in region

Cambridge Innovation Capital has a further £150million to invest in region

Technology and life science companies in the Cambridge ecosystem set to benefit


Using organoids to study liver's regenerative power

Using organoids to study liver's regenerative power

Using organoids to study liver's regenerative power

We explore the work of the Gurdon Institute's Dr Meri Huch, who was highly commended at our Science and Technology Awards 2018


More than 130 free events on final weekend of Cambridge Science Festival

More than 130 free events on final weekend of Cambridge Science Festival

More than 130 free events on final weekend of Cambridge Science Festival

The festival draws to a close with events at University of Cambridge sites, Anglia Ruskin University and Cambridge Biomedical Campus


'One of busiest weekends' ever for Cambridge Science Festival - and more to come

'One of busiest weekends' ever for Cambridge Science Festival - and more to come

'One of busiest weekends' ever for Cambridge Science Festival - and more to come

Thousands flocked to the Guildhall and university buildings for hands-on activities and talks, which continue this weekend


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