Over the past century, the usage of biotechnology expanded from applications in food production to agriculture, pharma, and production of biochemicals. Nowadays, BioTech offers bigger opportunities than ever. The next level of biotechnology enables the transition towards a circular bio-based economy: we will move away from non-renewable fossil sources, diminish greenhouse gas emissions and address future challenges related to food, health & energy. However, operating a start-up in this field can represent a challenge due to the capital investments, scale up hurdles and long development times related to it. YES!Delft, the Biotech Campus Delft, and Royal DSM understand these challenges and are joining forces to support the start-ups in this field to define a clear strategy to success. Are you ready to realize your potential?
You hardly could have missed it – last night the NASA InSight lander touched down on the surface of Mars. We are especially excited, as YES!Delft startup T-Minus Engineering has been involved with the mission. InSight’s objective is to study the ‘inner space’ on Mars. More precisely, to gain an understanding of the formation and […]Read more
Exciting news! Ahold Delhaize announced today that it is partnering with the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), RoboValley and YES!Delft for the first expansion of its AI for Retail (AIR)Lab. This industry-academic collaboration set up to conduct research into artificial intelligence and algorithms and developing state-of-the-art innovations for the retail industry. Utilizing our 13 […]Read more
Our Startup Scout, Emma Kluwen, attended Slush in Helsinki. Read her experience here! “Together with the YES!Delft student board, I represented YES!Delft at Slush Helsinki. With an amazing light and sound show, the first keynote of Slush 2017 in Helsinki was given by Al Gore. He talked about the great contributions of all the tech […]Read more