- Cambridge Cognition said it had launched its Cambridge neuropsychological test automated battery computerised assessments in China. The company also said it had signed a recurring annual contract with Fudan University in Shanghai.

To make its Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery assessments available for the Chinese market, Cambridge Cognition had developed task variants in the key spoken (Cantonese and Mandarin) and written (Chinese simplified) languages.

To support Chinese companies and global studies collecting data in China, Cambridge Cognition said it was also establishing a secure cloud infrastructure, using Amazon Web Services, in a data centre in China to enable straight-forward compliance with China's scientific data transfer regulations.

The move strengthened the company's global position, after it announced a major opportunity in India earlier this year.

'By establishing a cloud infrastructure in a data centre in China and translating tasks into the key languages, we have brought CANTAB to the Chinese market in a way that considerably expands our commercial opportunities,' the company said.

At 9:20am: [LON:COG] Cambridge Cognition Holdings share price was 0p at 62p

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