- Cambridge Cognition's pre-tax losses rose to £0.39m in the six months to the end of June - up from £0.15m last time.

Revenues of £3.21m were down from £3.26m a year ago and adjusted pre-tax losses increased to £0.29m from £0.11m.

Chief executive Steven Powell said: 'These results demonstrate that our strategic shift to providing value added services, either alongside our core products or on a standalone basis, is gaining momentum.

'Over the last two years we have renewed our commitment to invest in our science and technology base and the resulting innovations will meet the ever increasing demand for near patient health solutions and drive future business growth.'

At 9:17am: [LON:COG] Cambridge Cognition Holdings share price was -10.5p at 150.5p

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