In the U.K. and across Europe as a whole, those with an interest in the creation and growth of deeptech startups are both excited and concerned.
The excitement comes from knowing that graduates from European universities are more than capable of leading the way when it comes to technologies such as AI, quantum computing, the multiverse and digital twins. And the trepidation? The road from university lab to successful product is long and hazardous. Staying on track usually requires a continuing flow of investment from seed (and pre-seed) to the various growth stages. Keeping the investment flowing is a priority not just for startup founders but also for
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