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AstraZeneca Start-Up Science Competition - apply by 31 May

last modified May 10, 2018 12:27 PM
AstraZeneca is hosting its first-ever Start-Up Science competition for life science entrepreneurs in the Cambridge area - aiming to highlight the great science and innovation coming out of labs in the local ecosystem and to help the build the next generation of biotechs.

The competition offers participants the opportunity to raise the profile of their company and to network with high-profile life sciences representatives and senior AstraZeneca MedImmune executives.

The competition is open to early-stage start-ups that are:

  • Focused on life sciences/healthcare
  • Located within the Cambridge cluster
  • Part of an existing programme or initiative organised by the competition partners

Three competition finalists will be invited to pitch their business to an exclusive group of high-profile life sciences representatives at the AstraZeneca Exchange Cambridge 2018 event on 21 June at Downing College.

The winner – chosen by the AstraZeneca Exchange Cambridge attendees – will win be crowned as the ‘Best Healthcare Start-Up in Cambridge’ and receive eight hours of tailored one-to-one business mentoring from senior AstraZeneca MedImmune executives and have access to the Accelerate@Babraham bioincubator space for one month.

Find further details and application forms on the AstraZeneca website.

Deadline for applications: 31 May 2018.

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