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Elpis Biomed, GeoSpock and Owlstone Win Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

last modified Nov 04, 2018 09:40 PM
Elpis Biomed, based at IdeaSpace South, has scooped 'Start-Up of the Year' award at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2018. ideaSpace alumni Owlstone Medical also took home 'Medtech Company of the Year' and GeoSpock won the 'Technology Company of the Year' award. Congratulations to all!

The Awards, now in their second year, celebrate the best and brightest start-up and scale-up companies in the region. 

Cambridge Independent Editor Paul Brackley said “Congratulations to all our winners. It was an extremely high quality field - a real showcase of the tremendous talent in this region.”

The winners were decided by a judging panel featuring Cambridge entrepreneur Charles Cotton plus a panel of experts across a range of sectors. They take home trophies and copies of Peter Cowley's new book The Invested Investor.

Find out about the other award winners and finalists here

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