Cambond, a tenant at Allia Future Business Centre Cambridge has won a ‘Coffee Excellence Award’ for its furniture made from disposable coffee cups – the first of its kind in the world. Part of Allia’s Cambridge cleantech cluster, Cambond are at the forefront of the sector, developing adhesive and… Continue reading

Could this plant-based product replace plastic? Cambridge firm scoops £40k prize to fund development

16 March 2018, Cambridge News-  A Cambridge company developing a plant-based alternative to plastic has won £40,000 after advancing to the final of a national innovation competition. Cambond is one of the regional winners of the Shell Springboard programme, which is run by the oil company to encourage the development… Continue reading

Cambond Ltd named as finalist in Royal Society of Chemistry’s Emerging Technologies Competition

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

Innovation Birmingham Runs UK-wide Competition to Discover the Brightest Clean-tech Talent

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