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EDUCATE showcases EdTech start-ups to universities Minister

/ February 8, 2019

Universities and science minister, Chris Skidmore, is to meet researchers and entrepreneurs from the EDUCATE programme today (February 8) at its headquarters at the UCL Knowledge Lab, in London. Mr Skidmore will see the work of more than 20 London EdTech companies who are working with UCL researchers on a range of projects, from using …

By Dorothy

EDUCATE featured in Education Investor Magazine

/ February 6, 2019

Education Investor, the leading global trade publication for the education investment industry, has featured an article about the EDUCATE programme and our inaugural Demo Day and Investor Summit event, held at City Hall in London last November. The article highlights some of the companies involved in the event, and includes comments from Professor Rose Luckin and …

By Brent

EDUCATE welcomes £10 million government EdTech strategy announcement

Education Sector, Government & Policy / January 23, 2019

Professor Rose Luckin, the director of the EDUCATE programme, has welcomed plans for a £10 million government strategy for EdTech in schools. The proposal, outlined by Damian Hinds, the Secretary of State for Education, at the Bett Show today (January 23), will see a plan for EdTech being launched from this Spring, enabling teachers, pupils …

By Dorothy

EDUCATE announces recipients of its latest round of EdWards, to be presented during the Bett Show 2019

Alumni News, Education Sector, Events / January 21, 2019

The EDUCATE programme has announced the names of the second round of recipients of its prestigious EdWard quality mark, recognising the achievements and success of the educational technology (EdTech) companies with which it works. The EdWards will be presented at a ceremony, to be held during the Bett Show, on January 25, and hosted by …

By Dorothy

CamBioScience secures £1.1 million from global backers to develop its AI learning platform

Alumni News, Education Sector / January 10, 2019

CamBioScience Ltd has clinched around £1.1 million of funding from global backers to develop its pioneering learning platform. The investment, from an early stage investment house Beaubridge (UK) Ltd, will fuel the global scale-up of OBRIZUM®, a transformative learning platform that incorporates artificial intelligence to maximise and quicken individual employee learning and training processes. OBRIZUM® …

By Brent

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