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VividQ Shortlisted for Cambridge Independent SciTech Awards

November 12, 2020
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VividQ Shortlisted for Cambridge Independent SciTech Awards

VividQ Shortlisted for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

This week, VividQ was announced as finalists in two categories in the 2021 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards.Beating out hundreds of entries, we are delighted to be on the shortlist for "Start-up of the Year" and "The One to Watch", celebrating our extraordinary achievement and innovation in science and technology.  Winners of each category will be announced at an award ceremony in early 2021.Earlier this year, Co-founder and COO Aleksandra Pedraszewska gave an interview in the Cambridge Independent newspaper. In the interview, she shares VividQ's rise to success from the University of Cambridge Photonics group in 2016, where our co-founders stumbled on a true scientific breakthrough in holography.VividQ was also recently added to the Cofinitive #21toWatch Companies shortlist, while Aleksandra Pedraszewska was awarded in the People category in the 2021 Cofinitive #21toWatch list. The campaign showcases homegrown innovation across Cambridge and the East of England.