10 European pregnancy startups you should keep an eye on

Approximately 150 million women give birth each year globally, but the startup founders say health issues around pregnancy are still not taken seriously enough by potential investors. While The broader femtech market has garnered attention In recent years, just £133m of venture capital went into pregnancy-related startups in Europe in 2022, down from £210m the … Read more

What does “side eye” mean on TikTok? The latest trend is sending the internet into a frenzy

Many individuals online use the term “side eye” in response to tweets, memes, current events, and more. This new trend is the latest to take over social media platforms, and it can be seen all over the internet, especially Twitter and TikTok. The phrase refers to an individual making a judgment about a particular object … Read more

20 food tech startups worth keeping an eye on, according to investors

European food tech startups raised $6.3 billion in 2022 — down from $10.9 billion in 2021, but ahead of 2020’s $3.2 billion. Grocery delivery company Getir’s $768 million Series E. The March 2022 raise came out on top as the biggest round of the year, according to Dealroom, and the Austrian food tech ecosystem made … Read more

The fate of the European Golf Tour seems to be in the eye of the beholder golf

tThe same man explained in a note to players Keith Bailey’s absence as the DP World Tour kicks off in Abu Dhabi this week. “Unfortunately, most of my time has been and continues to be busy preparing for next month’s arbitration hearing,” said the CEO of European Tour Group. In February, Billy’s business will face … Read more

What makes these start-up founders innovators in their own right

When her son began school in 2015, Harini Sivakumar had a strong urge to earn her own money. Belonging to a traditional family from Chennai, Harini had been married at 22. A year later, she became mother to a child with Down’s Syndrome. The next seven years were spent as a homemaker who also created … Read more

The zebrafish model helps explain the evolution of the eye

Newswise — Scientists at the National Eye Institute (NEI) have developed a zebrafish model of NEDBEH — a rare genetic disorder that can cause coloboma, in which parts of the eye are missing due to developmental defects. The model provides a new tool for understanding the embryonic development of the eye. NEI is part of … Read more