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April 5th, 2005

Sphere wins prize at Cranfield awards

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Sphere Medical, a Cambridge company which has fused nano and micro technologies to develop a chip that will give medics access to life-or-death data on critically ill patients in real time, has won the major innovation prize in Cranfield University’s inaugural Business-University Collaboration Awards.

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