CamBioScience selected for WISE Accelerator3rd October 2017
We are delighted and proud to be one of four EdTech initiatives accepted by The World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) on this year’s WISE Accelerator program. Please click here for our press release.
“We are delighted to be accepted on to the prestigious WISE Accelerator. CamBioScience Ltd. is particualry excited to join the WISE inititiatve as we look to scale-up our operation into new international markets. Joining WISE, will help us achieve our goal of ensuring the knowledgable application of science and technology as a means to equip indidivuals, origanisations, and companies with the skills they need to tackle some of the world’s greatest problems” Dr. Chibeza Agley, CEO, CamBioScience Ltd.
WISE was established by Qatar Foundation in 2009 under the leadership of its Chairperson, Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser. WISE is a leading international initiative driving innovation and collaboration in education. Each year, the WISE Accelerator supports the development of young, innovative EdTech projects with high potential for scalability and positive impact in the field of education.
“These four promising initiatives offer smart solutions to pressing education challenges including the need for 21st century skills to prepare for an uncertain future of work, the rapidly advancing field of STEM, and the global refugee crisis. We are pleased to welcome these projects to the WISE Accelerator where they will benefit from mentorship and global connections, enabling them to develop and scale for the benefit of society at large.” – Stavros N. Yiannouka, CEO, WISE.
Zelmira Koch Polk Appointed Non-Executive DirectorSEPTEMBER 2017
Zelmira Koch Polk is a senior business executive with extensive experience building and turning around businesses internationally. She has worked in finance, crisis communications and management consulting with specialization in the education and healthcare sectors. She has particular skills entering new geographic markets and adapting businesses to regulatory and cultural demands. Zelmira is a founding partner of the Hearth Education Advisors, a global education advisory firm specialized in setting up education institutions and businesses internationally. Prior to the Hearth, Zelmira ran the international division of Chartwell Education Group, a leading American consulting group established by the former U.S. Secretary of education. Zelmira started her career in finance working in the Mergers and Acquisitions Group at Credit Suisse First Boston and worked for a leading crisis management and communication firm, Dilenschneider Group. She is a certified Dip Non-Executive Director from the Institute of Directors and serves on the board of ARFA Röhrenwerke AG a Swiss steel company.
Prof. Hugh Montgomery Appointed Chairman of the BoardSEPTEMBER 2017
Hugh Montgomery is a Professor of Intensive Care Medicine in London. He obtained a 1st class BSc in cardiorespiratory physiology and neuropharmacology in 1984, and his medical degree (MB.BS) from the University of London in 1987. He completed specialist training in General Internal Medicine, Cardiology and Intensive Care Medicine, and now practices as a consultant intensivist in North London. He obtained his higher research degree (MDRes) in 1997, and works at University College London as Professor of Intensive Care Medicine. He has authored over 350 scientific articles, two in Nature. His research interests have been broad: he reported the ‘first gene for human fitness’ and has worked on the human musculoskeletal, cardiac, inflammatory and metabolic responses to exercise; cardiac growth; mechanisms of human hypoxic adaptation; the skeletal muscle response to critical illness and more. Hugh is also an educator across media: he delivered the five televised Royal institution Christmas Lectures in 2007; has worked in radio; and has authored and edited diverse textbooks for undergraduates and postgraduates.
New Office7th September 2017
We have moved from the shared office space to a private office at the Cambridge eagle Lab. The space is great and team is growing in size as well as in strength!
The Directors|Founders are Full Time1st June 2017
The three founders of CamBioScience are now focussing full time on the company.
First Course Abroad: Seoul, South Korea
We have delivered a very successful “Discovering Organoids” course in Seoul at Yonsei University. Visit our VIDEO ROOM to see us in action there!
CamBioScience Joins Cambridge Judge Business School Accelerate ProgrammeFebruary 2017
We're building an AI driven knowledge transfer platformAugust 2016
Matthew Chadwick has joined the team as our machine learning expert lead server-side developer. Welcome to the team Matthew!
CamBioScience has a home at the Cambrisge Eagle LabMay 2016
We are so pleased with our new offices and very excited to be part of the Eagle Lab ecosystem.
First 2-Day Intensive Course Delivered in CambridgeAugust 2015
The first CamBioScience 2-Day Intensive Course took place at Homerton College, Cambridge.
CamBioScience Limited Incorporates
14th July 2015