London regional final winner of Hult Prize, a global social entrepreneurship competition to tackle the challenge of creating a positive impact on the planet with every dollar earned.
We were invited to the Imperial Business School GreenMinds Podcast. You can listen to their episode here.
We were fortunate to get into the Open Residency Program of OpenCell, which allowed us to set up our own lab facilities to continue our R&D.
We participated in the EIT Climate KIC (Knowledge and Innovation Community) ClimateLaunchpad ‘Green Business Ideas’ Competition, the world’s largest green start-up competition. Out of 130 finalists from 52 countries, we were ranked in the top 16 teams, thus securing our place in the ClimateLaunchpad Accelerator. We also won the Female Founders Award supported by the Women in Cleantech and Sustainability.
CleanTechnica wrote about us here as a result.
We won the Imperial College Faculty of Natural Sciences - Make-a-Difference Competition following the hard work of R&D over the summer. Read more about the program and our success here.
We presented at the Future Food-Tech Symposium, where we had a great opportunity to get to know an inspiring network of people.
Inverse published an article about us.
Find it here!
We exhibiting our work at the New Harvest 2019 conference, and connected with a number of prominent players in the cellular agriculture industry.
We set up our research facilities at Imperial College Advanced Hackspace. You can read about our story on their website.