QKine spun-out from the  University of Cambridge in 2016. The company manufactures high quality growth factors and cytokines for stem cell, organoid and regenerative medicine applications.

QKine uses proprietary protein purification and engineering technology to make recombinant proteins in E.coli. 



PolyProx Therapeutics is a spin out of the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Cambridge,  and is based on over a decade of research and intellectual property from Founder, Professor Laura Itzhaki’s laboratory. Professor Itzhaki is joined at PolyProx Therapeutics by serial Cambridge biotech entrepreneurs Kevin Moulder as Chief Operating Officer and Andrew […]


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Estblished by the team behind the hugely successful Cambridge CMOS Sensors, Flusso is a new spin-out from the High Voltage Microelectronics and Sensors lab at the University of Cambridge Engineering Department.

The Flusso flow sensor uses a thin hot tungsten wire embedded in a CMOS wafer to measure the flow rate of a range of […]