Science Creates opens its second incubator for next generation of scientists-turned-entrepreneurs in Bristol
Science Creates, the deep tech ecosystem that nurtures science and engineering start-ups and spin-outs, has today opened its second specialised incubator space in Bristol.
Imophoron – a University of Bristol biotech start-up developing a novel, next generation rapid-response vaccine platform. It has raised GBP4 million, led by Science Creates Ventures.
CytoSeek – a University of Bristol spin-out developing new cell therapies to treat solid tumours. It raised GBP3.5 million in March, in a round led by Science Creates Ventures.
KETS Quantum Security – also a spin-out from the University of Bristol, developing hardware to protect data from a new generation of cyberattacks that could use quantum computers to break through all existing encryption protections. It raised GBP3.1 million in August.
QLM Technology – a start-up on a mission to help organisations reach net-zero emissions. Its quantum-inspired technology can detect large areas of emissions of methane and other key greenhouse gases from a safe distance. It raised GBP3.1 million in April.