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Royal Society of Chemistry press release Cambond Ltd, a new Cambridge start-up company working on ‘green’ adhesives for industry has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Emerging Technologies Competition 2014. Cambond was founded by Drs Xiaobin Zhao and Gareth Roberts to develop Dr Zhao’s invention … Continue reading
Cambond won the third prize in Climate-Kic Cleanlaunch Pad business competition, which is EEC largest CleanTech business competition. Cambond will automatically enter the Climte-Kic Accelerator UK to speed up the business development in its low-carbon biomass based green glue for wood panel industry.
Innovation Birmingham has hosted the UK heat of the European-wide CleanLaunchpad competition, where the eventual winners and two runners up will collectively receive €17,500 to develop their clean-tech products/services. The competition is one of the initiatives being run by Innovation Birmingham’s Climate-KIC team. The competition entrants for the UK heat … Continue reading
Cambridge News & Cambridge Business magazine are looking to find the best innovations to have gone public in the last 12 months. Entries to Top Innovations 2014 can be products or services, can be in the development stage or already on the market and nominations will be put before an … Continue reading
Cambond Ltd is a new Cambridge tech-company working on ‘green’ adhesives for industry. The company makes low carbon adhesives from biomass feedstocks and provides a way to manufacture ‘green’ sustainable adhesives in a cost effective manner world widely. The company has been set up by two Cambridge based entrepreneurs Drs … Continue reading
Written by JENNY CHAPMAN Julian Huppert MP Cambridge has come out top in the shortlist for a scientific innovation competition, sending five teams from companies and research institutes across the city to the final of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Emerging Technologies Competition 2014 in London this month. Making up … Continue reading
Cambridge will be well represented at the final of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Emerging Technologies Competition next month. This is the biggest competition of its kind in the UK, set to facilitate commercialisation of the best British technologies in chemical, life and materials sciences. In partnership with Procter and … Continue reading