The University of Cambridge is making its first three investments into UoC spinouts through its new Enterprise Fund.

The University of Cambridge has made its first three investments in spinouts from the University through its Enterprise Fund for undisclosed amounts.

The three beneficiaries are startups Cambridge CMOS Sensors, Inotec AMD, and DefiniGEN.

Cambridge CMOS Sensors aims to provide mid-infrared emitters, and provide CMOS MEMS structure technology, which can be used in semiconductor sensors and nanosensors. It is based on technology developed by Cambridge’s Department of Engineering.

Inotec, spun out from the Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy, specialises…

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