December 19, 2018 | News
The Surrey Research Park was well represented at the Guildford Innovation Awards hosted at the Guildhall earlier this month, with a series of tenant companies winning awards and some also sponsoring awards.
Microfiltration technology company Smart Separations was awarded the Sustainability Award, while payment communication specialists Streeva won the Innovation in the Voluntary Sector and Corporate Social Responsibility award. The University of Surrey spin-out company True Invivo, now a member of SETsquared-Surrey in the Surrey Technology Centre, secured the Innovation in Healthcare award in the Human category for its pioneering work in high precision radiation measurement.
The Guildford Innovation Awards celebrate inspirational work across a spectrum of sectors in the borough, promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (‘STEM’) subjects. Open to individuals, businesses and social enterprises in the Guildford area, the awards have eight categories and one special award for ‘most outstanding innovation’, whose winner is drawn from all categories.
Sponsors of awards on the night included research park tenants Whiteley Clinics and Gold-i, and The University of Surrey. A list of all winners for the 2018 awards can be found here.