Xampla is looking for talented people who share our mission to replace plastics with natural alternatives.
We’re looking for a Senior Materials Scientist to join our team, and we’ll be developing mid and junior level roles over the coming months. We’re also offering internships over the summer. If you think one of those could be you, get in touch and we’ll give you some more details: email@example.com
The Xampla team have moved into the brand new BioInnovation Building on the Cambridge Science Park.
Xampla is a finalist in the Science Start-up of the Year 2019 competition, part of the Falling Walls conference. This global competition brings together breakthrough science start-ups from around the world, inspired by the fall of the Berlin Wall to find companies breaking down new walls using science to impact positively on society.
See Dr Elaine Loukes from Cambridge Enterprise and Simon Hombersley, CEO, presenting the company in the competition here.
Xampla is a finalist for the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Emerging Technologies prize, recognising the commercial potential of the company’s enabling technology of Supramolecular Engineered Protein. https://www.rsc.org/competitions/emerging-technologies/shortlisted-entries-2019/#enablingtech
Tuomas Knowles has been named Academic Entrepreneur of the Year by Business Weekly. The Xampla founder is a serial entrepreneur, having previously founded Wren Therapeutics and Fluidic Analytics.