Nestmedic was awarded during the final of the third edition of the Polish Orange Fab. This is another prestigious recognition for our portfolio company, whose aim is to bring every pregnancy to a successful conclusion. The award on behalf of the company during the event held on February 26 at Google Campus Warsaw took our colleague Marcin Brus. Big congratulations to the Nestmedic team!
Bioavlee is a breakthrough technology in the area of bacteria identification. The unique technology deserves a special form. Therefore, our portfolio company – Bioavlee LLC – entered into a cooperation with a reputable partner, CODE design, which received numerous awards for its projects, including the prestigious “Red Dot Award”. Here is how the Bioavlee device will look like:
We are pleased to announce that our portfolio company XTPL qualified to the first edition of the prestigious acceleration program organized by MIT Enterpise Forum Poland. In the following weeks, the XTPL team will take part, along with 24 other teams from across Poland, in four two-day workshops conducted according to the methodology developed by researchers at MIT: “Disciplined Entrepreneurship. 24 steps to a successful startup.” Selected teams that go through the first stage of acceleration will be invited to participate in the second stage, which will take place at MIT.
– We have developed a method by which we produce electrically conductive lines in a process, which can be scaled and commercialized. The process covers the areas of nanotechnology, solid state physics, inorganic chemistry, materials science and electronics. Until now we obtained conductive lines in the range of 1 to 5 microns. Further work and optimization process will lead to a reduction in the width of the line size to substantially less than 1 micrometer, whereby this technology will come to a very attractive range of nanometers for many applications – says Filip Granek.
Puls Biznesu and Forbes published articles about one of our portfolio companies – XTPL. To read the articles (in Polish) please go to the following links: