Cambridge engineers net £40,000 in national entrepreneurship prize

A ground breaking radio tagging system, which could save airlines and retailers millions of pounds, has won its creators at Cambridge University a leading engineering entrepreneurship award.

Sithamparanathan Sabesan and Dr Michael Crisp, both from Cambridge University's engineering department, scooped the Royal Academy of Engineering ERA Foundation Entrepreneurship Award for their research into a low-cost location sensing system, which could have major benefits for a wide range of businesses.

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