Why this Estonian startup is giving away free shares

  • 2016-08-10
  • Stuart Garlick
Scientific research often attracts dedicated-but-introverted professionals, who seek to advance human progress rather than to grow their personal networks. Marko Russiver, one of the founders of science collaboration startup Guaana, saw this at first-hand in a previous role. “During the project, I noticed how closed the scientists were towards each other and how bureaucratic the process was to actually start a new research project. One incident really stuck out for me — I saw two scientists passing each other in the hallway. I had spoken with both of them by then, and knew that ...
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