Prolego Scientific, an early-stage enterprise offering proprietary artificial intelligence solutions to improve the accuracy of genetic testing, has walked away with University College Dublin’s (UCD) Start-up of the Year Award and a €20,000 prize, as well as winning the overall UCD VentureLaunch Accelerator Programme.

The founders of Prolego Scientific, a UCD School of Mathematics and Statistics start-up, are associate professor Andrew Parnell and Dr Mahdi Amina, both of the UCD School of Mathematics and Statistics, and Dr Belinda Hernández of Trinity College Dublin.

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