Winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2019 revealed
The winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2019 have been revealed at a packed ceremony at The Bradfield Centre on Cambridge Science Park.
Now in their third year, and supported by a stellar cast of sponsors, the awards are a celebration of the depth of talent across the Cambridge region.
With 15 categories, including two for individuals, the awards attracted a record number of entries.
The winners were determined by a panel of judges, which also highly commended some finalists.
The event began with a networking reception, sponsored by HSBC, with more than 200 people attending.
Editor Paul Brackley, who hosted the awards, said: “It was fantastic to celebrate the talent and innovation in our region. I would like to congratulate all our finalists, particularly our winners, and thank our sponsors for helping us to hold this uplifting event.”
Look out for further in-depth coverage of the winners, and for a souvenir supplement in the Cambridge Independent, out from November 6.
The awards will return in 2020. For information, get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
Start-up of the Year sponsored by Regus
Highly Commended: Cambridge Cancer Genomics
Researcher of the Year sponsored by AstraZeneca
Winner: Dr Stephen Clark, Babraham Institute
Highly commended: Prof Helena Earl, CRUK Cambridge Centre
CEO of the Year sponsored by Grant Thornton
Winner: Dr Loubna Bouarfa, OKRA Technologies
AI Company of the Year sponsored by Appleyard Lees
Highly Commended: Satavia
Biotech Company of the Year sponsored by Chesterford Research Park
Highly Commended: Astex Pharmaceuticals
Medtech Company of the Year sponsored by The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School
Highly Commended: PredictImmune
Cleantech Company of the Year sponsored by Woodfines
Highly Commended: Camnexus
Agritech Company of the Year sponsored by SmithsonHill
Games Company of the Year sponsored by COEL
Technology Company of the Year sponsored by the Faculty of Science and Engineeering at Anglia Ruskin University
Highly Commended: Featurespace
Life Science Company of the Year sponsored by BioStrata
Winner: Owlstone Medical
Highly Commended: Abcam
The One to Watch sponsored by Cofinitive
The Award for Innovation sponsored by Cambridge Precision Ltd
Highly Commended: Crescendo Biologics
The Tech for Good Award sponsored by Allia Future Business Centre
Winner: Dyslexia Box
Highly Commended: Goshawk Communications
STEM Initiative of the Year sponsored by MathWorks
Winner: Cambridge Science Festival
Highly Commended: The AstraZeneca Energy Challenge
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