Groningen software scale-up Klippa is offering its expense and invoice processing tool for free to healthcare organizations across the world. Klippa decided to do this in light of the current COVID-19 crisis. The company wants to relieve the healthcare sector of administrative stress and ensure that employees no longer need to physically come in contact with anyone when doing their finances.
Medical tech company Polyganics started construction yesterday of a brand new office building at the Zernike campus. The company has been growing rapidly in the past years and is expected to double in size between now and 2023. This new building will accommodate the head office, ultra modern research labs, as well as production and packaging facilities.
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EV Biotech joined the BeStart accelerator program this year and recently announced a major breakthrough in their sustainable and revolutionary way of producing vanilla. The startup genetically modifies microorganisms to produce vanilla and other chemicals on an industrial scale and, with their breakthrough, tackled one of the biggest obstacles in their production process.
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PulmoTech, a young startup located in Groningen, is developing a special catheter to guide mechanical ventilation more precisely in patients admitted to the Intensive Care. Carduso Capital’s investment will help the company to start the final phase of the clinical development.