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Charles River head's prize

THE head of Charles River Laboratories in Scotland took the leadership award at the Scottish Enterprise Life Sciences awards last night.

Brian Bathgate was recognised for helping to secure a better pipeline of work including as sole provider of contract research work for AstraZeneca.

Edinburgh-based i2Eye Diagnostics was named best new company with judges impressed by its visual field analysis. DySIS Medical, in Livingston, won the innovation prize for its cervical cancer imaging technology.

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