Dutch universities nominated 27 startups for the Academic Startup Competition 2019. One of the nominations went to MindAffect, a spinoff from the Radboud University. MindAffect is going to compete for a spot in the top ten most breakthrough scientific innovations in the Netherlands.
The Academic Startup Competition is an initiative of VSNU, the Netherlands Academy of Technology and Innovation (AcTI) and StartupDelta. A panel of the expert jury will announce the winners on the 14thof May in the Epicenter in Amsterdam. The ten winners will included to the list of the top ten breakthrough scientific innovations in the Netherlands. In addition, the winners will get the opportunity to present their business to an international audience during the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) on the 4th and 5thof June in The Hague.
Jorrit Kuipers, board member AcTI: “Academic startups are very important for the Netherlands, because of their breakthrough technologies and its impact on the society. The nominated startups are the perfect examples of how science and entrepreneurship benefit each other and the proof that Dutch universities produce amazing (deep-)tech companies.”
For more information about the competition, the jury and the nominees please visit: academicstartupcompetition.nl
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