• i-Teams students give doctors a clear vision of invention potential

    A technique for testing the peripheral vision of young children could be given a boost - thanks to the inventors putting it into the hands of Cambridge students.

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  • Cardiff University launches i-Solve

    Cardiff University started a new programme this month, called I-Solve, based on the i-Teams programmes at Cambridge University and MIT. The programme has started with 4 projects and 28 postgraduate students. This makes Cardiff the first university in the UK after Cambridge University to launch an i-Teams course.

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  • i-Team wins CUE £1000 Challenge

    The Magnetic memory elements i-Team has won the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs £1000 Challenge, with their executive summary for 'Vortex M-RAM'. Their business plan describes how they will license their unique technology for use in future M-RAM chipsets, a market estimated to be worth $7 billion by 2010. Congratulations for all their hard work!

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  • Two i-Teams win CUE £100 Challenge

    Two i-Teams are among the winners of this year's Cambridge University Entrepreneurs £100 Challenge, successfully describing their ideas in only 100 words. The Magnetic memory elements i-Team entered their ideas for using the technology for M-RAM, and the Microdroplet microfluidic reactors i-Team based their entry on their idea for therapeutic antibody design. Well done to them all!

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  • i-Team researcher is a runner-up in national business competition

    Dr. Adar Pelah, the inventor of the technology behind the Virtual Reality System i-Teams project (Lent 2007), has been awarded a prize of £10,000 in the 2007/8 Research Councils' Business Plan Competition for further business development. His system, now known as 'StroMoHab', is designed to accelerate the rate of recovery of stroke victims by immersing…

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  • i-Team alumni, GreenPB, win Armourers & Brasiers’ Venture Prize

    The CLEAN Lead team (i-Teams Easter 2007) have won the first Armourers & Brasiers' Venture Prize with their business plan under the name of GreenPB. The team of students included David Zou, Lei Wang and Nigel Williams who continued working with the inventor, Dr. Vasant Kumar, of the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, after…

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  • Drive Technologies i-Team wins CUE £1k Challenge

    The Drive Technologies team have triumphed in the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs £1k Challenge! Mark Henare, Iskandar Samad, Sue Kirk, Caizhen Cheng, Laurence Toime, Chong Yi Ong and Zern Tay worked with inventor Dr. Ehsan Abdi of CAPE as part of i-Teams in Michaelmas Term 2007, and have now been awarded one of 11 £1000 prizes in the…

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  • i-Team wins CUE £100 Challenge

    The Drive Technologies team (from the i-Teams project on Low-cost variable speed motors) have been awarded one of 20 £100 prizes in the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs £100 Challenge. This required them to describe their business idea in no more than 100 words. Well done team!

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