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TechWorks announces 2021 Awards shortlist

TechWorks has announced its 2021 Awards shortlist. Having received a high number of strong entries from across the industry the judges have whittled them down and revealed the shortlist for this year's awards.

According to TechWorks, “the shortlist represents true diversity across the industry, ranging from smaller companies to global corporations.”

Winners will be announced at the TechWorks Gala Dinner & Awards Ceremony on Thursday 9th December, at the Leonardo Royal Hotel London St Paul’s.

Disruptive Innovation Award

  • Angoka
  • FlexEnable
  • Paragraf
  • Senseye
  • Snap Finger
  • Click
  • Ultraleap

Emerging Deep Tech Award

  • Codeplay
  • Flexenable
  • ITM Power
  • Megatech

Manufacturing Site of the Year Award

  • Horiba
  • filtronic
  • Diodes

Green Technology Award

  • Zeigo
  • aimsum
  • National Highways
  • Kasel Consulting

IoTSF Champion Award

  • Angoka
  • Exploit
  • Censis
  • Crypto Quantique

Manufacturing Supplier of the Year Award

  • Quartztec
  • SPS
  • SPTS
  • U4 Global Solutions

R&D Excellence Award

  • Swansea University
  • Costain
  • University of Warwick

Young Engineer of the Year Award

  • Joshua Crook, Diodes
  • Mahmoud Wagih, University of Southampton
  • Joanna Taylor, Graphcore

TechWorks will also be announcing the winners of the following awards on the night:

  • The Company of the Year Award
  • The Contribution to Industry Award
  • The Cyber Student of the Year in Automotive
  • The UKESF Scholar of the Year Award

Neil Tyler

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