CMR Surgical (CMR) is a medical technology company that’s disrupting the surgical robot market. It is the proud creator of the only small, modular and portable robot on the market, Versius®. Built for precision, dexterity and versatility, Versius® has been specifically designed to meet the needs of patients and surgeons.
CMR is the fastest growing company in its space globally, with more than 1,000 highly skilled employees around the world. And with its headquarters in Cambridge, CMR is firmly part of the city’s ecosystem – globally renowned for innovation in technology and life sciences. This has been a critical factor in CMR’s success, giving the company access to some of the brightest minds in science, R&D and engineering.
Within Cambridge, there are strong ties between academics and industry, spanning three decades. Over 40% of the region’s workforce have a higher education qualification, while over 4,000 postdoctoral early career researchers from 90 countries work at the University of Cambridge and its partner institutes. The city also houses the Cambridge Science Park (home to CMR’s headquarters) where over 130 companies with a combined 7,000 employees work.
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