London Stock Exchange welcomes Scientifica
Scientifica empowers researchers to achieve breakthroughs in neuroscience by overcoming experimental hurdles with world-class laboratory equipment. They do this by designing and developing systems with leading scientists to ensure they are cutting-edge, ideally suited to their task and future-proof.
Specialising in equipment for electrophysiology, multiphoton imaging and optogenetics studies, they help researchers gain a better understanding of the nervous system, including neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and epilepsy.
From the UK, Scientifica manufactures and distributes high-quality instruments to universities, pharmaceutical companies and research laboratories in more than 40 countries worldwide.
Scientifica is opening the London stock exchange as winners of Business of the Year at the Chamber Business Awards 2016. These awards celebrate the very best of British business. Each year, from Aberdeen to Plymouth, organisations of all sizes and from all sectors compete for the coveted titles and the national recognition they bring. Now in their 14th year, they are one of the showpiece events in the business calendar, highlighting the role of business in delivering growth and prosperity for the UK and local communities.
Scientifica is owned by Judges Scientific PLC an AIM-listed company specialising in the design and production of scientific instruments. Their plan for corporate expansion is being pursued through organic growth within its subsidiary businesses and the acquisition of top-quality companies with established reputations in worldwide markets.
To find out more about Scientifica visit www.scientifica.uk.com.
Adrian Corbin, Business Services Director at Scientifica, said:
"Everyone at Scientifica is incredibly proud that the company won Business of the Year at the Chamber Business Awards 2016. It is an enormous achievement and a fitting testimony to all the hard work that has gone into creating such a great company.
"We are at the forefront of high-tech British manufacturing, exporting our products to more than forty countries worldwide. We employ a highly-educated and international workforce who are all committed to producing innovative products to help further neuroscience research, and the winning of this award will undoubtedly help us expand into even more markets around the world."
Francis Martin, President of the British Chambers of Commerce said:
"Businesses are the driving force of the UK economy, creating jobs, growth and prosperity, and helping Britain to maintain its reputation internationally. This is exactly why it is important for us to recognise and celebrate the contribution they make to their local communities and the wider economy.
"The Awards acknowledge the relentless efforts of these businesses and their talented employees. Each time I visit Chamber member businesses, it is inspiring to see so many companies finding innovative ways to grow their business in every corner of the UK."