The dream is to get thanked by a Nobel Laureate

Danish startup Labster, founded in 2011, recently received an investment in the hundreds of millions aimed at helping them reach a million students with their virtual laboratories. But their dreams don’t stop there.

There is a dark-haired girl wearing shorts alone in an empty office. It’s 9pm in Bali and she’s absorbed in her computer screen.

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