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Kiwi fusion scientists get $10m to solve global energy question

OpenStar Technologies’ seed investors, led by Outset Ventures, have compared its potential with Rocket Lab.

OpenStar Technologies co-founder and CEO Dr Ratu Mataira.

Will Mace Mon, 07 Aug 2023

OpenStar Technologies has emerged from stealth mode after closing a US$6.2 million ($10m) seed round led by Outset Ventures and supported by Icehouse Ventures, Blackbird, Radar, Ngāi Tahu Holdings, K1W1, and Aspire.

NBR reported in March on the existence of OpenStar as one of Rod Drury’s Radar

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