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German startup takes over 3D printing

The German company Evonik acquires the American technology start-up for 3D printing materials Structured Polymers Inc., based in Austin, Texas. A corresponding purchase agreement and takeover plan have been signed and the transaction has recently been completed. The acquisition gives Evonik access to a new patented technology that will enable…

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Austrian startup ‘grows’ children’s furniture

Startup-portrait. The furniture startup LUN by Theresa Horn and Mike Knoll specializes in modular furniture that “grows” with the needs of families over the years. With their sustainable business idea, the founders want to set a counter-trend to “disposable furniture” and “fast furniture”. The idea for LUN sprang from painful…

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An electric-bio bicycle is the new favourite technology startup

Classified as a bicycle. Therefore, the Bio-Hybrid is allowed to drive and park everywhere. Electrical support up to max. 25 km / h. The pure electric range is between 50 and 100 kilometers. Bio-Hybrid will be available in two versions. As a two-seater or as a single-seater with load compartment…

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Medical hemp startup receives 15 million euros

Millions are once again flowing into the cannabis market. After Sebastian Diemer’s latest company, Farmako, received a seven-figure sum a month ago, Cannamedical was now able to complete a round. The Cologne hemp dealer has received 15 million euros from the US VC Orkila Capital. The investment company, headquartered in…

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Startups are trying to make the oil industry more eco-friendly

Miguel Galuccio was about to turn one year after his departure from YPF, which was officialized in March 2016. Time in which he remained distant, far away, which does not necessarily mean inactive. He was in contact with those who had been his closest collaborators during his nearly four years…

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This Israeli startup is making some big changes in the gastro industry

Aleph Farms first introduced steak in December, which the company bred in the lab. In the interview, the founder talks about the research and the market launch. It takes three weeks for an edible piece of meat to grow from an inconspicuous cell culture. The Israeli company Aleph Farms has…

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