Medical Technologies IKC shortlisted for prestigious collaboration award


Medical Technologies IKC shortlisted for prestigious collaboration award

Date: December 9, 2020

The Medical Technologies IKC and Grow MedTech have been shortlisted for The Engineer’s Collaborate to Innovate (C2I) Award in the healthcare and medical category.

The awards recognise and celebrate great examples of technology-led engineering collaboration across a range of different disciplines and sectors.

The submission highlights its distinctive medical technologies research, innovation and translation system, collaborating with University of Leeds and UKRI EPSRC, UKRI Research England, 27 academic research organisation collaborators, 234 industry and clinical research organisation collaborators and a wider network of 928 associate members.

Professor John Fisher, Academic Director of the IKC, said: “We are honoured to be shortlisted for an award that will celebrate collaborative innovations in this life-changing field. Our success in developing technologies that help people stay healthier for longer, addressing the challenges of an ageing population, has always been a collaborative effort for us.”

The winners will be announced during a special C2I Week that will hosted on The Engineer’s website from 1st to 5th February 2021.

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