The company has committed $100m to the Catalyst Fund for early-stage start-ups, which may be available to university startups.

Samsung Electronics, a South Korea-based conglomerate, has added a $100m corporate venturing fund backing US early-stage entrepreneurs to support its memory chips and electronics parts business. The company has committed $100m to the Catalyst Fund for early-stage start-ups. Samsung has also set up a Strategy and Innovation centre in Menlo Park, California, to complement an…

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