In complex neurological diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, stroke or spinal cord injuries, a treatment with stem cells may be the sole remaining choice of cure

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The World’s Lightest and Smartest “Wear-and-Forget” Companion Device for Ambient Assisted Living

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To provide innovation in high-tech fields/high-growth sectors requiring multi-disciplinary approaches and know-how.
from bio-electronics, smart sensors and systems to advanced solutions for nano-medicine, cell-therapies, and drug delivery.


Our vision is to innovate within both the health care and medical fields by repositioning state of the art technologies in order to improve people’s quality of life and cost of care.


We provide research & development expertise and hands-on experience to support feasibility studies and business innovation.

We work with an experienced team of designers and expert engineers, medical advisors, biologists, material scientists and project managers, allocated as technical staff to each project. This allows an effective and sustainable way to achieve the project goals timely and with the right focus.

We work with third parties in a foundry-based manufacturing scheme to scale-up the products into the global market.

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King’s College London and CITC join forces to help bring the next generation of stem cells into the clinic

Cambridge, 1st November 2019 - Cambridge Innovation Technologies Consulting (CITC) Ltd. and King’s College London have entered into an exciting research project as part of the Collaborate to Innovate programme.

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CITC’S approach to Exogenous Stem Cell Therapies aligns with Google’s  Healthcare and Medicines policy against unproven therapies

Cambridge, 12th September 2019 - Google has just announced a new Healthcare and Medicines policy that prohibits advertising for unproven or experimental medical techniques such as most stem cell therapy, cellular (non-stem) therapy, and gene therapy.

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CITC Ltd appoints Research Laboratory Technician

Cambridge, 17th June 2019 - CITC is delighted to welcome Lorenzo Mazza on board as Research Laboratory Technician to join the Innovate UK funded ' Humanase ' feasibility study entailing the characterisation of a novel human-derived chemotherapeutic enzyme and a formulated drug based on it.

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CITC Ltd preview a significant new paper by Jeppesen et al. reassessing the composition of extracellular vesicles

Cambridge, 11th April 2019 – CITC’s own Stefano Pluchino and Jayden Smith have published in Cell an invited article Explicating Exosomes: Reclassifying the Rising Stars of Intercellular Communication, in which they preview an important new paper from Robert J. Coffey’s lab at Vanderbilt University that re-examines the biomolecular composition of exosomes.

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