We were delighted that so many of our friends, tenants and ventures from our Future Business Centre were winners of the Science and Technology awards in Cambridge. It was great to mingle with so many exciting companies on the cutting edge of Cambridge’s science and
It’s World Water Week, so we spoke to one of the companies on our Future 20 incubator who are working towards solving the global water crisis. Blue Tap create products to improve access to high quality drinking water in low resource settings.
Tech for good and social ventures addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals to be given no-cost individual packages of support to help them create greater impact
Dyslexia Box is a start-up based in the Allia Future Business Centre in Cambridge. It is at the forefront of innovation, using new technologies to help people with dyslexia to live a higher quality of life and reduce the day-to-day difficulties they are faced with.
Supporting gender equality: Allia celebrates International Women in Engineering Day We talk to Catherine Hanley, a software engineer at Cambridge Bio-Augmentation Systems – one of the many tech for good companies that form part of the dynamic impact community at Allia Future Business Centre in