Real celebration at a Virtual awards ceremony

Cambridge Precision Ltd was delighted to take part in an outstanding online event celebrating the incredible science and technology that emanates from the area and this cluster of business and academia. The Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards continue to showcase shortlists that could easily represent a national top six.

CPL sponsor the award for Innovation and all shortlisted in this category really deserve recognition and congratulations:
Biofidelity – unique technology that enables fast, simple and ultra-sensitive detection of genetic panels from both tissue and liquid biopsies using existing laboratory instrumentation. – combine coding and biology to provide human cells for research and drug discovery, with a mission is to uncover the operating system of life.
o2h group –  has a track record of nurturing and investing in emerging life science and tech companies, covering biotech, small molecule, biologics, digital health, software and social enterprise.
PragmatIC semiconductor – provides a unique technology platform to create ultra-low-cost flexible integrated circuits (FlexICs). Our FlexIC Foundry™ service enables designers to create their own application-specific flexible devices at a fraction of the cost and time required to develop traditional silicon ICs.
Sook – offers Spaces that are a blank canvas for your pop-up. The combination of digital walls and modular furniture enable a set up to be completed in a matter of minutes.
Start Codon – focuses on supporting highly disruptive, translational innovations created by exceptional teams from across the globe.

The winner was announced by Lyn Disley, our Communications Manager, in a crowded virtual event room, as PragmatIC semiconductor and the team led by Scott White were widely applauded.  “This is the third year that CPL have sponsored these awards and we continue to be astounded by the calibre and ingenuity of those shortlisted. At Cambridge Precision Ltd, we work with a number of previous entrants and hope that we will be able to assist many more with the development of complex precision engineered components and assemblies that change and save lives.”

After the event an “after-party” enabled all who attended to network and chat.