The accelerator will welcome agtech and foodtech developers for a 12-week programme, with Atlantic Bridge among those providing mentoring.

University College Dublin (UCD) launched a new accelerator programme today that will focus on early-stage agtech and foodtech developers. The AgTechUCD Agccelerator Programme, operated through UCD’s AgTechUCD Innovation Centre, will run for 12-weeks from September. The programme is being funded through the Enterprise Ireland-managed Regional Enterprise Development Fund. Financial services firm AIB, agrifood fund Yield…

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