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Elpis Biomed thrilled to be crowned 'Start-up Of The Year' at tech awards

Elpis Biomed's Dr Mark Kotter spoke to Proactive London's Andrew Scott after being voted the 2018 Cambridge Start-Up of the Year.

Elpis is developing high quality human cells via its proprietary OPTi-OX platform.

Kotter also discusses their fundraise which they're in the middle of. He says he's looking to raise up to £5mln and is keen to expand the investor portfolio.

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on 27/7/18

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