Can filtering carbon dioxide from the ocean help fight climate change? The technology still has a lot to prove.
Google’s parent company Alphabet is preparing the acquisition of the Croatian startup Photomath, the creator of the eponymous math learning app , which has recorded almost 300 million downloads.
Productivity growth in areas where the concentration of science talent is higher usually means financial gains that outweigh increased labor and real estate costs. However, in cities with the highest talent concentration, this is not the case.
Both the content and the production was elevated to the global level this year, following the example of the world’s largest tech conferences.
IE-Energy, a startup company based in Rijeka, received approval for a subsidy of 19.8 million euros for the project to build an electrical energy storage system at the grid level.
US-based financial and technological executives want Croatia to be the future Silicon Valley of Europe.
After taking over the Infobip Shift conference, the company decided to expand to the media field. Ivan Burazin, Chief Developer Experience Officer at Infobip, reveals details about the acquisition process. From the get-go, the common goal of Infobip Shift and Netokracija is their international presence and expansion.
Croatia’s first venture capital for impact investing, Feelsgood, has invested more than 2.25 million kuna or 300,000 euros in the Zagreb startup BiteMe Nutrition.
One of the most successful manufacturers of autonomous robots in the world, the Osijek-Zagreb startup Gideon Brothers has, in cooperation with A1 Croatia, successfully developed and tested a logistics robot on the 5G network.