Cambridge Independent have announced the finalists in the Science and Technology Awards 2019 and we are delighted to be supporting the #SciTechAwards once again this year.
The 2018 awards introduced the cofinitive sponsored The One to Watch category, which seeks to identify the people, companies and technologies that are setting the standards in innovation and entrepreneurship. This category formed part of our broader #OnetoWatch campaign as we sought to find the Top 21.
What we have found really exciting is just how many of our #OnetoWatch long list have made the #SciTechAwards finalists list in this latest announcement. Congratulations to Avacta Group, Cambridge Epigenetix, Cambridge LaunchPad, Camnexus, Congenica, COGZ, CorrosionRADAR, Featurespace, Frontier Developments, Healx, Herdsy, IntelliSense.io, KisanHub, Microbiotica, Okra Technologies, Owlstone Medical, Phoremost, Smartbell.io (CEO Veena Adityan made our people list), Spark, and Storm Therapeutics.
In fact almost 40% of the #SciTech finalists were on our #OnetoWatch list. Impressive! So now let’s celebrate the finalists of the Cofinitive sponsored The One To Watch category:
Blueshift Memory is pioneering new computer memory infrastructure that speeds up data intensive calculations and makes design and development easier and more effective. Its new memory chip design could make some data operations up to 1,000 times faster.
An Industrial AI company enabling mining corporations to improve productivity, save energy and reduce water usage through trusted and open Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions.
Mogrify has developed a proprietary direct cellular conversion technology, which enables any mature human cell type to be transformed into any other, without going through a pluripotent stem cell- or progenitor cell-state.
A cancer liquid biopsy start-up aiming to detect up to 100 different types of cancer with a single blood test via its quantum biology diagnostics platform and device.
PockiT Diagnostics has created a biomarker panel that could be used in an ambulance to identify stroke subtype, enabling better care and saving lives.
A novel mass sensor which has distinct advantages over existing sensors including its mass sensitivity, extremely small size and incredibly low power requirement.
Good luck to all the finalists and we look forward to seeing you all at The Bradfield Centre for the Awards Ceremony on 30th October 2019.
And watch this space for the 2020 issue of our own #OnetoWatch campaign – there’s a few changes being made, but don’t worry, you can still apply to be included here.