Gold Award Winner at Academic Startup Competition and participant in the Digital Mission West Coast USA.
Digi.Bio works at the intersection of biology, computation and engineering to develop faster and smarter automation tools that accelerate life science discoveries. MT/Sprout made an interesting video portrait of the award-winning startup. According to co-founder Sabrina Zaini, the VU Amsterdam ecosystem has played an important role in the growth of the company: “VU Amsterdam and IXA ecosystem assists us with the validation of our business plan, fundraising and growth initiatives. Without them, we wouldn’t have been named Best Academic Startup in the Netherlands!”
Optics11 and Optics11 Life have secured funding from Rabobank. The funding will be used to strongly accelerate growth across global markets, to further build the team for the future and to strategically expand the high-tech product portfolios of both business units. “This is the right moment to pick up the pace. Rabobank’s funding helps us […]News
With an investment of 78 million euros, the Amsterdam-based medical high-tech company LUMICKS is taking a big step forward in the further development of the next generation of instruments for biological research and drug development. The company started in 2014 in the basement of VU Amsterdam. The company now almost has one hundred and fifty […]News
The first edition of the Amsterdam Venture Studios startup book will bed dedicated to Amsterdam based startup founders connected to the academic knowledge institutes. We are proud of all this talent, who play such an important role in creating much-needed solutions. The startup book can help forge connections between founders, potential employees, corporate or government […]News