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Adaptix

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Based at Harwell Oxford, the UK’s premier Science Campus, Adaptix was one of the top European Life Sciences companies selected to present at the 2013 Tech Tour Healthcare summit; was named one of UK Trade and Investment’s Top 20 early stage health-tech companies in 2012; and was the Life Sciences winner of the European Venture Contest in 2011.

Adaptix provides technology to create a future in which low-cost X-ray solutions are fully portable with a reduced system footprint, maximising their deployment in secondary care and making them available in primary care and even to field-based users.  The company has been supported by bodies such as Innovate UK and the UK Science and Technology Facilities Council in recognition of the potential for its novel technology to transform healthcare and disrupt a global industry.

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