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17.06.2022 | Published by bit.bio

bit.bio named Emerging Star at European Mediscience Awards 2022

Last night bit.bio won the Emerging Star prize at the European Mediscience Awards in a ceremony at the Hotel InterContinental in London. 

The European Mediscience Awards is the largest annual gathering of private and publicly quoted healthcare, biotech and life sciences companies in Europe. It brings together the best of European mediscience companies to celebrate achievement and recognise success with 10 awards given out on the night.  This was the 20th year of the Awards.

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Members of the bit.bio team Helen MacBain and Damjana Nurkovic (third and fourth from left) accept the award from sponsors Silicon Valley Bank, Emily Pilkington, SVP Life Sciences and Nooman Haque Head of Life Sciences and Healthcare (second and fifth from left) and event host Nina Hossain (first left). 

The ceremony was attended by more than 500 quoted and private UK and European life sciences companies and their corporate advisers, analysts, fund managers, commentators and peers.

“We are excited to be recognised as the 'Emerging Star' by the Mediscience Awards amongst a cohort of outstanding companies that all work hard to push the boundaries and make a difference for patients.
 
This is a testament to the growing awareness of how synbio companies like bit.bio can positively impact the biotech and pharma industries with new technologies and work together on new ways to discover, develop and build new medicines.
 
And it would not happen without the hard work of our continually growing team that is dedicated to unlocking the power of human cells to transform research, drug discovery and cell therapies."

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Mark Kotter
bit.bio CEO and founder
 

Read more about the shortlist and the awards here.

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