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Iprova opens Cambridge, UK research facility at the heart of the Science Park

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20/05/19

Iprova opens Cambridge, UK research facility at the heart of the Science Park

Director of Cambridge Science Park, Jeanette Walker, welcomes Tim Beard from Iprova to the Bradfield Centre
Director of Cambridge Science Park, Jeanette Walker, welcomes Tim Beard from Iprova to the Bradfield Centre

Data-driven invention firm, Iprova, is proud to announce the opening of its new research facility in the Cambridge Science Park in the UK. This location will be home to members of its invention team as the company moves forward with its plans for rapid expansion in Cambridge.

Iprova is a pioneering and fast-growing technology start-up with offices in Lausanne, Switzerland, London and now Cambridge. The company is creating inventions for some of the world’s best-known technology companies in North America, Europe and Japan.

Julian Nolan, Iprova’s founder and CEO, explained: “Iprova uses artificial intelligence technology to augment the human ability to invent. The technology helps make the connections between diverse ideas which result in disruptive, commercially relevant inventions. We are very excited to have a base at the heart of the UK’s technology hub. We look forward to engaging with the world class scientific and engineering talent in Cambridge, helping with our mission to fundamentally change the economics of invention.”

Iprova’s Cambridge office is in the new Bradfield Centre, the flagship location for high tech start-ups and scale ups in Cambridge. Opened in 2018 and named in honour of the founder of the Science Park, former Trinity College bursar Sir John Bradfield, the Centre is an immersive co-working space purposely designed to accelerate exceptional technology businesses to new levels.