Radiotherapy is one of the leading techniques used to stop the growth and spread of cancer, which today is the second leading cause of death in Europe. While being effective for many types of cancers, radiotherapy treatment can be aggressive, potentially damaging healthy cells and tissues in the area where the treatment is being applied. […]
Following the publication of the ‘Enhanced European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot’ work programme for 2019-20 – which you can find more information about here – and our podcast interviews with Commissioner Carlos Moedas and former head of Startup Europe, Isidro Laso, we thought it would also be a good idea to interview Caroline Bergaud. Caroline […]
Today in the European Union, between 27 and 36 million people are affected by a rare disease, for which there is often no cure, or limited treatment options. At the same time, hundreds of thousands of clinical trials are taking place worldwide, looking for patients. However, few patients are aware that clinical trials might be […]
After over a decade working with founders in programmes such as Cyber London and The Accelerator Network, Katie Mills and Tazz Gault were looking for a new way to help early-stage companies. As longtime veterans of London’s startup scene, the two women noticed a clear gap in the market around blockchain technology. In late 2018, […]
Tech.eu catches up with Northzone’s newest partner Paul Murphy, the former CEO of gaming company Dots, to talk European and US investments.
Ben Grol heads the growth team at Atomico. He has quite an interesting background – high school dropout, professional chef, Stanford computer science graduate, and so on. Ben was also a key team member for some of the most successful large scale products and services which practically all of us use today, including Gmail, Google […]
Ivo Spigel recently had an opportunity to learn about the strategy and processes of Atomico, one of Europe’s premier venture funds. In the first of a two-part series, he speaks with co-founder Mattias Ljungman, and partners Dan Hynes and Tom Wehmeier: