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Four UK deep tech companies to watch in 2023

UK deep tech 2023
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From semiconductors to quantum computing, the UK is home to a thriving deep tech sector. But which deep tech companies are poised for growth in 2023?

Here are four UK deep tech firms that you should be keeping an eye on in 2023.


Founded: 2012

HQ: Cambridge

Funding: £12m (this year)

Levidian’s “LOOP” devices can be used to deconstruct methane into hydrogen and carbon, which can be used in the creation of wonder material graphene.

Having technology that can contribute to hydrogen and graphene products, both of which have gained strong momentum in the last 12 months, gives the business a growing customer base.

Levidian already has a £700m contract to remove 500,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent in the UAE and recently installed its first LOOP in the south of Scotland....