Tech Collective, Rhode Island’s bioscience and information technology industry association, will be honoring its inaugural group during the first Rhode Island Bioscience Awards on May 2 in Cranston.

Among the award recipients are Dr. Annie De Groot and Dr. Denice Spero of iCubed. University of Rhode Island Professor Dr. Edward Bozzi and EpiVax, Inc. Science Director Dr. Leslie Cousens will also be honored. The event recognizes those in the bioscience industry for their contributions to the fields of research, quality, and education.

According to its website, Tech Collective unites industry, government and academic stakeholders with a mission to inspire, engage, educate and employ a high-skill, high-wage knowledge economy in Rhode Island.

Please click here for more information on the event.