70 initiatives starting from superior computing and digital well being to vitality and setting now stand an opportunity to win the €100,000 grand prize in Paris.
Good day Tomorrow, a Europe-based accelerator that focuses on deep-tech start-ups, has introduced 70 finalists of its newest world problem.
The 70 initiatives have been chosen from a pool of greater than 4,000 functions reviewed by a jury of worldwide consultants.
Organisers stated the finalists stood on a number of parameters, together with technological innovation, financial viability, management, workforce, and potential impression on industries, society and the planet.
From making healthcare extra accessible and discovering new therapies toc advanced well being issues, to designing new methods to deal with carbon emissions and creating extra sustainable supplies, these start-ups cowl a variety of areas.
“It’s onerous to really feel something however optimism for the longer term when taking a look at these start-ups,” Arnaud de la Tour, CEO and co-founder of Good day Tomorrow.
“They reveal the extraordinary methods nature and science can come collectively to radically reshape our society and industries for the higher.”
Initiatives have been categorised into 11 classes together with superior computing/electronics and aerospace, digital well being, vitality, setting, meals and agriculture, and even sustainable development.
One of many start-ups for instance, France’s WeLinQ, has developed expertise that permits quantum computing by interconnecting quantum processors to extend their computational energy. One other, Spain’s Nanostine, is designing a brand new method of coating surfaces with nanoparticles to enhance their efficiency.
Italy-based UBT is designing a novel microwave-based imaging expertise to offer secure breast most cancers screening to the plenty. In the meantime, the UK’s Ionate is creating a brand new machine to switch conventional transformers and allow resilient, versatile energy grids.
All 70 finalists might be pitching their enterprise concepts to a jury at this 12 months’s Good day Tomorrow International Summit to be held in Paris between 9 and 10 March.
The successful start-up will win a grand prize of €100,000, whereas the second and third will win €30,000 and €20,000 respectively. Ten start-ups can even obtain in-kind prizes comparable to customised teaching periods and introductions to potential buyers and shoppers.
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