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Das Zürcher Medtch-Unternehmen Luciole Medical und das Hôpital Fondation Adolphe de Rothschild in Paris gehen eine Kooperation im Forschungsbereich des Gehirnstoffwechselmonitorings ein. Beide Organisationen sind auf dem Gebiet des Gehirn-Hämodynamik- und Sauerstoffversorgungsmonitorings aktiv.
Following 18 months of Incubation, Bright Peak Therapeutics has launched to develop a platform to synthesize and optimize the structure and function of proteins. The company has secured $35 million from Versant Ventures in a Series A round.
Digital health tech startup, dacadoo has signed a partnership with Japan-based SOMPO Himawari Life Insurance Inc. to launch the health app “Linkx score. Powered by dacadoo’s Health Score technology, the platform should promote a healthier lifestyle among users in Japan.
Dufour’s aEro2 is a 500kg 2-seater aircraft that can travel at 320km/h up to 800km, land and take off vertically with low noise. After over 550 tests, the startup has completed the first tests demonstrating a high degree of stability and control in all conditions.
There are around 46,000 convenience stores in the UK. Swiss start-up Scandit offering barcode scanning technology and London based Jisp have partnered with the Federation of Independent Retailers (NFRN) to deliver solutions that will enrich shoppers’ experience at the stores.
RegTech startup Apiax has obtained the Monetary Authority of Singapore's Financial Sector Technology and Innovation (FSTI) Proof of Concept (POC) grant. The grant will enable Apiax to enhance its platform, which transforms complex regulations into easy-to-use digital compliance rules.
Perspective Robotics, the provider of tethered situational awareness tools such as the Fotokite drone, has signed a strategic partnership with Germany based Brandschutztechnik Schlichtiger GmbH to enter Germany.
PriceHubble erreicht den nächsten Meilenstein bei der internationalen Expansion und übernimmt die österreichische PropTech-Firma Checkmyplace in Wien. Das Schweizer Start-up betreibt bereits Büros in Zürich, Berlin, Paris und seit einem Jahr auch in Tokio.
With its platform for AI-powered code reviews, Deepcode has attracted more than four million developers worldwide. Among them are developers from renowned companies like Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Samsung, Intel, and T-Mobile.
Swiss startup Cytosurge and Olympus, the leading manufacturer of high-end research microscopes have signed a co-marketing agreement to deliver a complete single-cell and crispr genetic manipulation solution in the Americas. The FluidFM® BOT BIO Series combines Olympus’ renowned optics with Cytosurge’s cell manipulation expertise.