Liquid Instruments wins national innovation awards

Thursday 19 November 2015

Liquid Instruments recently won four awards in the 2015 Tech23 Australian innovation awards. Daniel Shaddock impressed the audience with his engaging presentation taking away the Tech23 2015 People’s Choice Award. The ANU-backed company also won the $7.5k Data61 Digital Disruption Award.

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