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Founders Award PHÖNIX 2018 granted to five outstanding companies

Phoenix award winners © BMBWF/Martin Lusser

All in all, the prize was awarded to the best spin-offs, startups and prototypes in five categories.

The prize winners included the education network talentify, which created talentify.me, a free of charge online platform with a learning tool from pupils for pupils; PhagoMed Biopharma, a biotech company specializing in the development of authorized human therapeutic applications for phage therapy; UriSalt, which develops simple and non-invasive tests for doctors‘ practices, pharmacies and private self-testing; Blue Danube Robotics, a spin-off of the Vienna University of Technology specializing in the safe collaboration of people and robots; and Angel Valve Vienna (AVVie), a medical engineering start-up developing implants to treat heart valve disease.  

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