Climate Entrepreneurship for Biotech Scientists, Food & Protein Scientists: free webinar, August 22

Climate Entrepreneurship

A useful learning and networking opportunity for anyone interested in climate tech: the Climate Entrepreneurship for Biotech Scientists, Food & Protein Scientists free webinar on August 22.

Welcome to Carbon13’s webinar, open to scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs with specialisms in food, protein, biotech, bio-engineering and similar, who are ready to focus on the biggest challenges and contribute to the global effort to reach Net Zero and build a venture that can credibly, measurably and significantly reduce CO2e emissions.

This webinar will also cover how you can use Carbon13 to do this, including finding the right cofounder, maximising the total addressable carbon reduction, and building an investable startup to deliver the maximum impact.

Who is this webinar for

Whether you’re already working on a decarbonisation idea or MVP, or are new to climate entrepreneurship, this webinar will help you understand what you can do to make an impact on the climate.

Carbon13 is based in Cambridge UK, but the mostly-remote programme is open to everyone around the world.

About Carbon13

Biotechnology and science are crucial to how our world can decarbonise the way it travels, eats, makes and powers the world – and developers use Carbon13 to focus only on the biggest problems, to make the biggest impact on emissions.

If you want to fight climate change, then Carbon13 is currently the strongest launchpad for you to build a decarbonisation venture from scratch—we’ve made pre-seed investments in 20 teams in the last 8 months.

We only work with early stage founders who can team up with serial entrepreneurs, carbon experts and industry folks (who make up the rest of our cohorts) to build ventures that can reduce emissions by 10 million tonnes a year.


If you want more help with your green job search, check out our online course: How to Make a Mid-Career Transition to a Green Job.

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