Star-studded companies join the Awards parade
Shearline Precision Engineering, one of the Cambridge Cluster’s most enduring bastions of engineering excellence, is among a fresh batch of exciting companies to enter the 2020-2021 Business Weekly Awards.
Based in Ely, Shearline thrived under the inspired leadership and drive of David Littlechild and continues to work on some exciting projects, one of the most high profile of which is soon to be unveiled. The company has entered the Sir Michael Marshall Engineering Excellence Award.
Hi-tech gamechanger SATAVIA has also entered as it continues to make strides globally and is in the running for a number of categories.
As we reported first on October 14, it is one of four Cambridge companies that have been chosen for an elite UK programme run in conjunction with the UK Government and Tech Nation designed to propel scaleups in the Artificial Intelligence sector to potential unicorn status.
SATAVIA is helping to make flying smarter and greener. It is regarded as the only solution delivering actionable insight in aviation which is able to combine and validate multiple environmental, weather, aircraft and maintenance datasets. Its technology is credited with making aircraft condition monitoring 20 per cent more accurate while delivering fuel savings and emission reductions.
One of the most exciting entries to the Life Science Innovation category is the dynamic Eagle Genomics.
We recently revealed that Eagle – a pioneer in applying network science to biology (particularly linked to the microbiome) – had closed $9 million in new scale-up funding.
It is using the money to further develop the capabilities of its powerful AI-augmented, knowledge discovery platform and to drive further commercial expansion across Europe and the US.
The biggest names in global food, cosmetics, personal care & AgriTech are looking to Eagle’s AI-augmented, knowledge discovery platform to distil robust scientific evidence in support of marketing claims that its products have a significantly positive biological impact.
More in depth profiles will be promoted in print and online in the weeks ahead and Business Weekly is seeking entries across a range of business segments from Science & Technology to graduate-driven businesses and women entrepreneur exemplars.
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While no judging will take place until 2021, we want to publish profiles of your business as soon as possible and ensure all your credentials are arrayed before our experienced judging panel.