The young company GratXray is developing a new method for early diagnosis of breast cancer.
he Swiss Technology Award is considered Switzerland’s most significant technology prize and annually honours the best technological developments and innovations with high market potential in each of three categories: Inventors, Start-ups, and Innovation Leaders. Swiss companies as well as projects that were developed in Switzerland are eligible to compete. The spin-off GratXray received the prize in the Inventors category, in which young Swiss start-ups as well as innnovative business ideas with high market potential can qualify. In a multi-step application procedure, GratXray won out over its competitors.
Image: The Swiss Technology Award in the Inventors category goes to the PSI spin-off GratXray. Accepting the prize, from left to right: Marco Stampanoni, Zhentian Wang, Martin Stauber (CEO of GratXray), and Giorgio Travaglini (head of Technology Transfer at PSI). (Photo: Paul Scherrer Institute)