Eastern AHSN unveiled as prize partner for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2020
Eastern AHSN (Academic Health Science Network) has been unveiled as a prize partner for the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2020.
Now open for entries, and already generating significant interest, the awards are in their fourth year
Featuring 15 categories, and a fantastic set of sponsors, these prestigious awards are a celebration of the extraordinary talent in the Cambridge region.
Eastern AHSN will provide free expertise and mentoring for one of our award nominees.
The network helps entrepreneurs to develop their healthcare innovations and progress them into clinical use.
Charlotte James, director at Eastern AHSN said: “At Eastern AHSN we want great ideas to make the biggest impact and that’s we are delighted to support the 2020 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards as a judge and prize partner to help enable and celebrate more Cambridge success stories.
“Our region is home to some of the greatest science and most brilliant health and care practitioners in the world and it’s important that this year’s awards will also celebrate some of the incredible ways our community has responded to the Covid-19 crisis.”
To enter the awards, simply fill in the entry form on this website.
You can enter more than one category. Entrants must have a base within the Cambridge Independent circulation area.
About Eastern AHSN
“Our purpose at Eastern AHSN is to turn great ideas into positive health impact.
“We were established by the NHS to convene all partners in the health sector, to develop and deliver innovative solutions in health and care. Our focus is the east of England, but we are part of a national network which enables us to deliver at scale.
“Citizens, academia, health services and industry will achieve more working together than they will in isolation. Our job is to make this happen. We do this by helping innovators to navigate complex systems, generate value propositions and connect stakeholders to overcome challenges together.”
- Start-up of the Year
- Covid-19 Response Award
- STEM Initiative of the Year sponsored by MathWorks
- Award for Innovation sponsored by Cambridge Precision Ltd
- Researcher of the Year sponsored by AstraZeneca
- The Tech for Good Award sponsored by Allia Future Business Centre Cambridge
- The One to Watch sponsored by Cofinitive
- Cleantech Company of the Year sponsored by Woodfines Solicitors
- Software / Games Company of the Year
- Biotech Company of the Year sponsored by Appleyard Lees
- Medtech Company of the Year sponsored by Chesterford Research Park
- AI Company of the Year sponsored by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School
- CEO of the Year
- Technology Company of the Year sponsored by the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Anglia Ruskin University
- Life Science Company of the Year sponsored by BioStrata
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