Cambridge Cancer Genomics (CCG) is a leading precision medicine start-up, creating intelligent software to enable oncologists to monitor cancer patient response to therapy throughout treatment. We have a strong focus on time-series datasets, with projects ranging from investigating clonal dynamics, to reconstructing pseudotime, and machine learning predictive analytics.
Sagentia helps you transform possibilities into successful products, combining expertise in science and technology with our love of invention and problem-solving. It’s a constant challenge – and one we relish. Our flexible, collaborative approach, broad market knowledge and unwavering commitment to quality mean that we can solve the most complex R&D challenges and quickly deliver tangible benefits to your business.
Babraham Bioinformatics provide bioinformatics services to the 30 research groups which form the institute as well as providing an external commercial consultancy service. The group has experience in a wide variety of areas of bioinformatics including genomics, proteomics, statistics and microarrays as well as having extensive experience of custom software development.
The Babraham Institute undertakes world-leading research into understanding the biology of how our bodies work, including what changes as we age and during disease. Our research is split into three programmes: Epigenetics, Signalling, and Lymphocyte Signalling, supported by strategic programme grants from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and additional funding from research councils, the EU and charities.
Modern biology is an interdisciplinary endeavour and the CCBI was established to help bring together the unique strengths of Cambridge in medicine, biology, mathematics, computer science, physics and engineering. Its aim is to promote excellence in research and teaching and to provide a focus in the Cambridge region for computational biology interpreted broadly.
The Centre for Computing History (CCH) is a pioneering educational charity that opened at its current site in Cambridge in August 2013. CCH was established as an educational charity to tell the story of the Information Age through exploring the historical, social and cultural impact of developments in personal computing. It maintains a long-term collection of objects to tell this story and exploits them through education and events programmes.