Special Report >> Deep Tech Deep Dive: In the Lab, On the Market, and What Comes Next
What is deep tech?
Defining a relatively nascent space is difficult as those involved grapple with finding a common language – this is an issue even in well-established industries. However, deep tech in particular poses a unique challenge because, despite its name, it is not about a technology per se, but about a different framing and approach, explains Ania Labno, managing director and partner at Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
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In this special report, presented in part with the inaugural DeepTechU venture conference, we look to define deep tech, examine the ecosystem needed to support innovation, outline growth and investment, as well as the challenges to tackling some of society’s biggest global challenges.
“In essence, deep tech recognizes that the boundaries of science and critical need are enabling a reframing of what is possible.”
– Ania Labno
Published by the Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, this report also gives an overview of early-stage research – In the Lab – in addition to success stories of discoveries and technologies that are now On the Market.
Additionally, research from Steven Neil Kaplan, Neubauer Family Distinguished Service, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and Kessenich E.P. Faculty Director of the Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation provides key insights into How Venture Capitalists Evaluate Entrepreneurs.
An Executive Insights section with Microsoft‘s Brad Tipp also looks into the state of deep tech and the growth of data science – and how corporate partners, such as Microsoft, engage with the University and help faculty researchers advance their scientific knowledge.