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Poly-Pico wins 'Most Interesting Technology' award
Poly-Pico Technologies was voted the ‘Most Interesting Technology’ by delegates attending the European Laboratory Robotics Interest Group (ELRIG) 2014 event, which took place at FESTO, Northampton, UK.
On receiving the award for ‘Most Interesting Technology’, Dr. Gabriel Leen, Co-Founder of Poly-Pico Technologies commented “We are both fortunate and delighted to receive recognition among our peers here at ELRIG for our unique dispensing technology. Poly-Pico is an example of what is possible when a group of committed researchers commercialise their research. It is great to see the transition from the research lab to the marketplace”.
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