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Singapore and UK agree mutual access for space startups


Agreement opens up space markets in the two countries and will encourage university collaborations

The UK’s Science and Technology Facilities Council has signed a deal with a Singapore-based space organisation allowing startups to access programmes and investors in both countries.

The agreement, signed on 9 February, is between STFC and Singapore Space and Technology Limited, a non-governmental organisation that connects players in the wider region’s space sector and bills itself as “Asia Pacific’s leading pioneer space organisation”.

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