The iCAIRD team are finalists in the Multiparty Collaboration category at the 7th annual Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards held Thursday 17th March 2022. Hosted by Interface, the awards “celebrate the exceptional work achieved through academic and business partnership” (https://interface-online.org.uk/events/scottish-knowledge-exchange-awards-2022)

Winners were shortlisted and selected from across eight categories, with applicants received from businesses, public sector organisations, universities, research institutes and more, with the Multiparty Collaboration award category awarded in recognition of the achievements of collaborations involving three or more project partners, which demonstrate innovation & impact as a result of working together to solve a common problem.

Fellow finalists for the Multiparty Collaboration category were the Nano Safety Research Consortium of Heriot-Watt University and The Centre for Excellence in Bioprocessing partnership led by FujiFilm Diosyn & the University of the Edinburgh.  The Nano Safety Research Consortium of Heriot-Watt University were this years’ award winners, with iCAIRD and the University of Edinburgh Centre for Excellence in Bioprocessing partnership category finalists.

The iCAIRD team are proud to be shortlisted finalists for this years’ #ScotKEAwards22, in the recognition of the programme’s achievements as a cross-disciplinary and sector partnership in collaborative research & supporting development of artificial intelligence solutions for healthcare service challenges.

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