Partners News Aiosyn is awarded the NWO Take Off Phase II grant
23 December 2021

Aiosyn, a company that develops AI-powered pathology algorithms for clinical diagnostics and life sciences, was awarded early-phase funding of Eur 250.000 by NWO (Dutch Research Council). This additional funding allows Aiosyn to accelerate its mission: increasing the adoption of artificial intelligence in pathology diagnostics and improving the chances of cancer patients worldwide.


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