Exeter IT experts “Certus Technology” join European bone disease research project
Staff at Exeter-based Certus Technology: back, from left: John Harris, James Autton, Brian Lings, and Monika Digby-Johns; front, from left: Katey Broom, Ian Bamsey and Hilla Goff.
Certus Technology is one of 18 partners across Europe who have joined forces for the five-year, £10m study funded by the European Commission.
Established in 2000, the company specialises in databases, with a particular focus on healthcare and life sciences. It employs eight people, with an office in Longbrook Street and another in Sheffield.
Managing director Ian Bamsey said: “This is a very exciting and data intensive project and we are certainly excited to be supporting it.