Telstra-backed accelerator muru-D has announced its latest intake.
Telstra has appointed a new head of its start-up accelerator muru-D.
Telstra’s start-up accelerator programme muru-D has accepted new start-ups into its fourth Sydney cohort, including Nano satellites that monitor crop health, cameras that map the underground world and medical sensors that help patients spend less time in hospital.
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