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Crick Translation team wins 'Best Performing Technology Transfer Office of the Year

Congratulations are in order for the Crick's Translation team, who have been awarded 'Best Performing Technology Transfer Office of the Year' at the One Nucleus Awards 2024.
28 Mar 2024
Written by David Bacon
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Translation team at the awards ceremony held at the Kings’ Fund, 11 Cavendish Square.
Translation team at the awards ceremony held at the Kings’ Fund, 11 Cavendish Square.

Translation Director Véronique Birault accepted the award on behalf of the team on Thursday 21 March in an awards ceremony held at the Kings’ Fund, 11 Cavendish Square. 

One Nucleus is a not-for-profit Life Science and Healthcare networking organisation which supports institutions, companies and individuals in the Life Science sector, providing local, UK-wide and international connectivity. The awards were attended by companies and investors from across the sector.

The Crick Translation team was shortlisted alongside LifeArc and the Genomics Innovation Office at the Sanger Institute for the award, which recognises the key contribution of Véronique and the Crick Translation team to UK bioscience innovation.

"I am thrilled to receive the award, a recognition that I owe to my team and the exceptional scientists at the Crick that have worked with translation team".

Véronique Birault

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