UK, Trojantec Wins The London Technology Fund Competition 2009

Trojantec, a developer of cancer stem cell therapeutics, was named as overall winner of the 2009 London Technology Fund Competition.

The London Technology Fund, London’s specialist investor in new technology companies, announced the winners of the annual competition, which represents an opportunity for young technology companies to win a share of up to £1m of investment and over £100,000 worth of training and advice.

Trojantec also won the Life Sciences Sector award.

Juice Technology, which has developed LED lighting technology designed to increase lighting efficiency by focusing on power, control and thermal issues, was the winner in the Design & Engineering Sector.

The ICT Sector winner was BView, which has developed an advertising network built around a local voucher search application, with over 40,000 locations with offerings in the UK.

Novacem, which is developing a new generation of carbon negative cement systems to replace traditional Portland cement, won the Environment Award.

The winners were announced in an ceremony which took place on November 4th. 



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