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Sensors - Issue #24 Deep Photonics

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Highlighting weekly insights into the world of sensors, a foundational technology behind the scenes of many high-growth and non-obvious market verticals from Biology to Industrial IoT.
Photonics, also considered engineered optics, continues to attract more and more capital. While labor and expertise are scarce for photonics startups today, the increased attention from capital allocators will likely drive more expertise into the area and accelerate technology advancement. Early stage venture investors are also attracting more technical expertise to effectively assess the technology and underwrite potential risk.
Applied venture, the venture arm of Applied Materials, is one of the lead investors in the space. Check out the first article for more!

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Shedding New Light on Optics: Why Applied Ventures is Investing in Engineered Optics | Applied Materials Blog
Deeptech and Cleantech: No Country for Growth Equity – Tough Venturing
Engineers 3D-print sensors onto moving organs
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Techstars Startup Digest Sensors is curated by:
Nick DePhillips Nick DePhillips - Product @ TE Connectivity, Blog @ Startup Digest
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