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After a hiatus of two years, EIE24, the showcase event for the technology entrepreneurial ecosystem, has returned with a fresh look and feel. Over two days, some 100 investors from across the UK and beyond will converge to meet Scotland's most innovative technology companies seeking investor support

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Founders of University of Edinburgh-supported start-ups, including many that are seeking growth investment, will be given the opportunity to showcase their companies to an audience of investors, business support groups, and fellow entrepreneurs at two key events taking place next month.

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Maggie Hicks, founder of SynSense, and Xiaoyan Ma, founder of Danu Robotics, plant a Hawthorn tree on University of Edinburgh’s King’s Buildings campus to mark the 100+ startups supported by Edinburgh Innovations over the last year Student startups from the University of Edinburgh have s

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Edinburgh is to be showcased to the world as a centre for education on sustainable finance. An international prospectus from the Global Ethical Finance Initiative (GEFI) has been produced to target students and professionals seeking a career in ethical, green, and socially responsible financial serv

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A report has revealed that the over-50s are being hit hardest by the current financial crisis and could face a lifetime of financial insecurity. According to the report, economic inactivity rates have risen a third amongst the over 50s since 2019, and people aged 50-54 face double the financial vuln

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Danu Robotics, a University of Edinburgh spin-out, has secured £75,000 in grant funding after taking honours at this year's Scottish Edge Awards. The company focusses on developing sustainable technological solutions for the benefit of the environment. The firm was founded by Xiaoyan Ma.

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University of Edinburgh startup OGI Bio has secured £1 million of investment to help revolutionise microbial culturing. TRICAPITAL led the investment round alongside Apollo Informal Investment, Old College Capital, the University of Edinburgh’s in-house venture investment fund, Sapphire

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University of Edinburgh spin-out Kynos Therapeutics has secured a £9 million investment package led by Epidarex Capital, joined by IP Group and Scottish Enterprise. Kynos has also been awarded £2.5m through an Innovate UK grant to fund a first-time in human Phase 1 clinical trial of its

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Edinburgh-headquartered Rhizocore Technologies, a company behind innovation to create healthy forest ecosystems which support successful tree-planting has secured £370,000 in equity investment. Rhizocore Technologies produces locally-adapted mycorrhizal fungi to enhance tree-planting projects,

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