Start Planet NI is a tech accelerator program located in Belfast, Northern Ireland. For its first cohort, Start Planet NI will host 10 tech startups – five from Northern Ireland and five from across the globe.
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As part of his project Scholas Occurentes Pope Francis announced the launch of Scholas Labs last week.
Scholas Labs is a four-month edtech accelerator program which offers support with fundraising, mentorship and product tests in the Scholas network. The accelerator is supported by several tech companies like Microsoft, Google and Grupo Telecom.
London-based edtech accelerator program Emerge Education announced the seven participants of its January 2015 cohort. This is the third round since the launch of the accelerator in January 2014.
For the third cohort, Emerge Education received 136 applications from edtech startups from across the globe.
TES Global announced the launch of TES Labs, a new online community that aims to connect its over six million registered teachers with edtech startups to work on new products together.
Through TES Labs teachers will be able to share their ideas and experience with education technology entrepreneurs with the goal to create better products and services for the classroom.