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STARTUP DAILY TV: BHP wants to take mineral exploration startups to the next level and is offering US$500,000 grants to help them

- October 3, 2023 < 1 MIN READ

BHP Xplor is a global accelerator program targeting innovative, early-stage mineral exploration companies to find the critical resources necessary to drive the energy transition.​ The six-month program is designed to help startup founders further build out their exploration concept and become ‘investment ready’, levelling up their operations, business and technical skillset through the three program… Read more »

Infravision cofounders Chris Cox and Cameron Van Der Berg

Drone-based power line installation startup Infravision lands $36 million Series A

- October 2, 2023 2 MIN READ

A Queensland startup helping power up America with drones to roll out power line upgrades has raised $36 million in a Series A. The round for Infravision was led by US sustainability investor Energy Impact Partners (EIP), supported by Equinor Ventures and Edison International (EIX). Robotics engineer Cameron Van Der Berg and military veteran Chris Cox… Read more »

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Rock stars Bernard Fanning and Angus Stone, and Paralympian Dylan Alcott, back dairy replacement startup Eden Brew in $25 million Series A

- October 3, 2023 2 MIN READ

Dairy alternative startup Eden Brew has raised $24.4 million in a Series A as it prepares to bring its animal-free products, including milk and ice cream, to market.  The two-year-old venture, created as a joint-venture by northern NSW dairy co-op Norco, CSIRO and its VC arm, Main Sequence Ventures, uses a fermentation process to brew… Read more »

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