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Five members of DPAG won this Biostars award for their business idea "Hyper C". Founder and CEO Dragana Savic explains:

HyperC will improve the efficiency of production of 13C-labelled compounds for the emerging technology hyperpolarized magnetic resonance imaging. It is the first company producing stable isotopes specifically for the Hyperpolarized field.

The winning team members are:

Dragana Savic, Founder & CEO

Sophia Malandraki Miller, COO

Colleen Lopez, CSO

Maria da Luz Sousa Fialho, CFO

Matthew Kerr, CMO

Marisa Nacke, CTO (University of Glasgow)

Read more about this year's event here.

 

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