The deadline for entries to the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards is 11pm on Friday (January 27) – but help is at hand if you’re struggling to complete yours in time.
Companies, organisations and individuals in the region are invited to apply to 15 categories, ranging from Start-up of the Year to Technology Company of the Year, and covering sectors including cleantech, biotech, medtech, AI and Tech for Good.
Enter for free online here – where you can also find the rules and full category details.
There are categories for innovation, for STEM initiatives, for Employer of the Year and an Enterprise Skills Award, which is for organisations demonstrating outstanding commitment to leadership or management training. The One to Watch category identifies emerging talent, while one of the most competitive categories in the awards, now in their sixth year, is Life Science Company of the Year, won last year by CN Bio.
There are two categories for individuals – Researcher of the Year and CEO of the Year. Individuals can enter themselves or be nominated.
The In Search of Wonder Lifetime Achievement Award is not open to enter, but if you would like to suggest someone for our judging panel to consider, please get in touch.
Shortlisted finalists will get two free tickets to the awards, being held in spring.
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If you’re struggling to get your entry done in time, contact email@example.com for an extension.