Eight start-ups from Trinity College Dublin were recognised for their work at the Trinity Innovation Awards in February.
Earlier this year, the Trinity Innovation Awards sought to highlight the work of academics, researchers and start-ups making waves in innovation.
The event recognised eight award-winning campus start-ups that are working in a range of areas, from mental health and agritech to AI and nanoscience.
One winning start-up on the night was Biologit, which has developed AI models to screen literature for adverse drug reactions for any drug in the market.
Speaking to SiliconRepublic.com, co-founder Dr Bruno Ohana said: “We just finished our first fundraising round so we’re now going out to the industry and hiring, putting the team together and bringing our first product to market.”
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Words by Jenny Darmody