Synthace named as one of Europe’s 100 digital pioneers
Synthace Ltd. (London, UK), the company behind the leading cloud software platform for automating and improving the success rate of biological research and development has been recognised by the Financial Times, Google and leading European policy makers as one of 100 digital pioneers in Europe. Synthace has been included in a special report from the Financial Times, Europe’s Road to Growth: ft.com/europe-growth.
Synthace was selected for their technological innovation and use of digital skills, as through its flexible automation platform for Computer Aided Biology it enables biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies to improve their productivity, and thus accelerate the development of new medicines. This award follows previous recognition from Gartner and the World Economic Forum; where the impact of the Synthace platform in enabling the Lab of the Future and the Industry 4.0 was recognised.
All of the top 100 digital pioneers, which ranged from large multinationals through to individuals, not for profits and family run businesses, are using digital technology to improve the productivity and international competitiveness of a variety of industries across Europe.
The achievement was celebrated at an event at Google’s Digitaal Atelier in Brussels, where EU Commissioner Mariya Gabriel congratulated all the winners, alongside Matt Brittin, President of Business & Operations for Google Europe, Middle East, & Africa.
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Based in London, Synthace is developing Antha, a language and software platform specifically for biology that lets researchers aim higher and achieve better results, faster. Antha is designed to make reproducible and scalable workflows that can be readily edited and shared, and easily automated on labs’ existing equipment. With customers across pharma, agritech and industrial biotechnology Synthace has been recognised by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer that is helping shape the Fourth Industrial Revolution – a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work and relate to one another. For more information, visit: www.synthace.com.