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Europe’s fastest growing deeptech startups 

Over the course of the last few months many startups in Europe — especially consumer and fintech startups like Gorillas and Klarna — have laid off staff as the economic.

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Ready Player Me’s CEO Timmu Tõke on Meta’s layoffs and policing the metaverse

In a new format for Startup Europe — the Sifted Podcast, we’re taking a break from the news cycle to bring you longer-form interviews, designed to get inside the minds.

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Cornwall and Isles of Scilly tech sector to grow 17.9% by 2026

Startups operating in marine tech, space tech and agritech are set to help the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly tech sector grow by an estimated 17.9% by 2026, according to.

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Government blocks Chinese buyout of Newport Wafer Fab on national security grounds

The UK government has blocked the acquisition of Newport Wafer Fab by Netherlands-headquartered and Chinese-owned semiconductor manufacturer Nexperia on national security grounds. Business Secretary Grant Shapps issued Nexperia a Final.

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Britishvolt creditor prepares for worst with receiver appointment

The financial troubles at electric vehicle battery startup Britishvolt could be deepening after its creditor appointed a receiver in the event of the company entering administration. Britishvolt – the startup.

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Cradle raises $5.5m to ‘reverse engineer’ biology with machine learning

The future of manufacturing is biology. Up to 60% of the products we use today, from food and medicines to chemicals and clothes, can be produced with biological processes (biomanufacturing).

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Government awards £5m to train tech projects

The government has awarded over £5m to companies developing tech aimed at decarbonising and improving train travel, from self-charging trains to automatic flood detection on rail tracks. Each of the.

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Spaceport Cornwall gets launch licence in small step for British space flight

Spaceport Cornwall has been granted the UK’s first spaceport licence, paving the way for the facility to conduct horizontal space launches. The facility, based in Cornwall Airport Newquay, demonstrated adherence.

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Can deeptech scale as fast as other kinds of tech? This VC thinks so

“Deeptech requires patient capital” is a phrase you’ll often hear investors in the sector repeat. The common belief is that science-driven startups need a longer timeframe than other tech companies.

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Cambridge spinout CGD raises £16m for fabless semiconductors

Cambridge GaN Devices (CGD), a semiconductor company that spun out of the University of Cambridge’s engineering department, has raised $19m (£15.9m) in a Series B funding round. Founded in 2016,.

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