Artificial intelligence, quantum computing, ecosystem regeneration… this year, more than ever, startups will play a fundamental role in addressing climate and societal challenges. With the help of a jury composed of scientists, entrepreneurs, investors and industrialists, Hello Tomorrow has selected 70 high-impact projects from no less than 4,000 applications.
Leonard is a partner of the Global Challenge for the “Sustainable Construction and Infrastructure” category and participated in the selection jury of the finalist start-ups:
BioZeroc (UK), creating cement-free concrete through biotechnology.
Caeli Energie (France), designing low-carbon and energy-efficient air conditioning systems. Caeli Energie was part of Leonard’s SEED program in 2021.
Made of Air (Germany), taking carbon dioxide from the air, utilising it for manufactured goods that replace fossil-based plastics or high-emission materials.
Mykor (UK), transforming cellulosic waste and fungi into sustainable building materials.
Peafowl Plasmonics (Sweden), transparent solar cells empowering the next generation of IoT devices to enable mass deployment.
Strong by Form (Chile), a high-performance, freeform timber-based composite to replace concrete, steel, and aluminum for the built environment.
To discover many other projects inspired by Deep Tech in construction, mobility and energy, join us at the Global Summit Hello Tomorrow in Paris on March 9 and 10, where the winning projects of the Global Challenge will be presented.
More information: https://hello-tomorrow.org