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Dear reader,

Launched last summer, the TTO newsletter has been well received and we would like to close the year by thanking you for your enthusiasm.

2021 has been a strong year for technology transfer in Switzerland - despite the pandemic - as Swiss startups have raised between CHF 2.3B and 3B in equity investments.

Among the various successes of EPFL startups and spin-offs, Sophia Genetics, Astrocast and Onward Medical went public in 2021.

Congratulations also to Lunaphore, Distalmotion, Kandou S.A, SOPHiA GENETICS and Flyability for making it into Switzerland’s most promising scale-ups in 2021 listing.

We look forward to seeing you in 2022 with more stories on tech transfer at EPFL.

Happy holidays.


The TTO Team



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