Activate shapes the pipeline of DeepTech entrepreneurs. The organization forges strong scientists with entrepreneurial traits into startup founders with IP-driven businesses.
Society is facing a critical juncture due to decades of underinvestment in advanced technologies and DeepTech startups. This article presents 16 potential solutions that could jumpstart innovation, create millions of jobs, and help mitigate future crises.
A look at whether DeepTech VCs actually invest in advanced technology companies, how their investment styles and portfolios compare, capital raised, and the GPs’ perceptions of their own portfolios.
Analysis on fundraising bias and women DeepTech VCs – who more frequently attain advanced degrees yet consistently raise smaller funds than their male counterparts.
DeepTech startups struggle to progress through meaningful funding milestones and don’t experience the same growth in round size as the broader ecosystem.
Compared to the broader ecosystem, DeepTech startups more frequently secure follow-on VC funding — but they sometimes wait as many as 5 years just to get their first round.
From universities to government agencies to venture capital, LPs, corporates and beyond — DeepTech entrepreneurs are surrounded by a complex solar system of support and capital. This article both visualizes and explores the components of the DeepTech startup ecosystem.
A new report on the state of DeepTech investing and the capital gaps faced by scientific entrepreneurs — the innovators who build technologies that may help us avoid the next global crisis.
Venture Capital Investing Platform DifferentFunds Releases DeepTech Investing Report; Reveals Alarming Consequences of Underinvestment in Sector
Report comes as the U.S. grapples with COVID-19 pandemic, pressing for investments toward scientific entrepreneurs