Scouting for deep tech and science start-ups
This week on the Invested Investor podcast we are pleased to bring you the enthusiastic and determined, iconoclast, Gemma Milne. A creative, innovation strategist and freelance tech and science writer. Gemma gives us an insight into her deep passion for all things tech and how she has been driven by the desire to support new innovation and science start-ups. She co-founded Science:Disrupt, a platform which offers investment pitching advise to science start-ups and helps invested investors track down new talent. Gemma also sits as an expert advisor on the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 panel, which judges applications for funding from science and deep technological start-ups.
Gemma Milne is a Freelance Journalist covering all things deep tech, including biotech, advanced computing, space, energy and innovation in academia. She is also Co-Founder of Science: Disrupt – a media organisation connecting and promoting the innovators, iconoclasts & entrepreneurs creating change in science. As a deep tech consultant, she is an Expert Advisor for the European Commission, specialising in investments in health, biotech, pharmaceuticals and medical devices for the Horizon 2020 programme, and she works closely with early-stage deep tech startups to help craft their equity stories. Gemma is an Innovation Jury Member for SXSW and a World Economic Forum Global Shaper.
Produced by Mark Cotton, Twitter.
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The Investor View: What Does 2019 Hold For European Quantum Computing Startups? - Article for Forbes written by Gemma
Is the fake meat revolution lacking in creativity? - Article for Creation:Open Minds written by Gemma
What your phone could tell you about your health - Article for the BBC written by Gemma