Three former Robinson students, Michał Mgeładze-Arciuch (Computer Science, 2020), Daniel Vlasits (Computer Science, 2020) and Jan Oboril (Natural Sciences, 2020) have launched their own startup, Yoneda Labs, after securing a $500,000 investment from US-based startup accelerator Y-Combinator.
Yoneda Labs provides software to help chemists optimize reactions. The goal is to help pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturing companies produce drugs and materials faster, cheaper and with less environmental impact.
Michał, Daniel and Jan are currently in San Francisco taking part in what's known by Y-Combinator as a "batch": about 250 companies move to San Francisco to receive mentorship from successful entrepreneurs, build out their products, fundraise and find customers.
Click through to read more about Yoneda Labs and what's next for these young entrepreneurs. They can be reached at email@example.com for more information about the project - they are keen to speak with anyone involved in chemicals.