Cube Labs - Venture building company in Italy

We enable innovation.

We are venture builders enabling innovation in the healthcare technology space. We build companies from promising early-stage R&D, and provide entrepreneurial and operational support at all the stages of their life cycle to transform pioneering science into healthcare solutions.

What we do
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We leverage proprietary science to build promising healthcare technology companies from scratch

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We attract sources of capital to finance innovation

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We provide entrepreneurial and operational support to our companies in order to develop healthcare technologies for the global market


Cube Labs is the first systematic venture builder in the healthcare technology space in Italy, designed to address the gap between the excellent local academic science and the commercially promising life sciences market. We build new companies from leading-edge R&D and enable innovation in order to transform pioneering science into healthcare solutions. From our roots in Italy, we have grown into a pan-European company with a distinguished international management team and a global reach.

Partnerships are the pillars of our operations. Our partnership with the Italian National Institute for Biostructures and Biosystems (INBB), comprising the National Research Council (CNR) and 24 universities, grants us exclusive access to valuable commercial opportunities. We incorporate diverse competences into our organization through our global network. We work together with communities interested in innovation in order to transform outcomes for patients and accelerate the world’s transition to optimal health.

Italy: The New Renaissance of Science

Italy has a rich history of contributions to many fields, including art, literature, philosophy and life sciences. The Italian Renaissance was a time of great artistic and cultural innovation, with artists such as Michelangelo, Raphael, and Botticelli creating some of the most iconic works of art in history. Italian literature has also had a significant impact on the world, with writers such as Dante Alighieri, Petrarch, and Boccaccio creating enduring works that are still studied and celebrated today.

In the realm of scientific discovery, figures like Galileo Galilei emerged, challenging traditional views and revolutionizing our understanding of the universe through groundbreaking astronomical observations. Galileo’s work laid the foundation for modern physics and astronomy, and he played a crucial role in advancing the scientific method and promoting the heliocentric model of the solar system.


During the Renaissance, Italy was also the center of scientific inquiry, with scholars and scientists making significant advancements in fields such as anatomy, physiology, and medicine. One of the most famous Italian scientists of all time is Leonardo da Vinci, who was not only a renowned artist but also a polymath and inventor. He made significant contributions to fields such as anatomy and engineering and created detailed drawings of the human body that are still used today.

In the 17th and 18th centuries, Italian scientists continued to make advancements in the life sciences. Marcello Malpighi, for example, was a physician and biologist who discovered the capillary system and made important observations about the structure of the lungs and the development of insects.

In the 19th and 20th centuries, Italian scientists continued to make significant contributions to the life sciences. Camillo Golgi, for example, was a pathologist who discovered the Golgi apparatus, a cellular organelle that plays a key role in the packaging and transport of proteins within cells. Another notable Italian scientist is Rita Levi-Montalcini, who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1986 for her work on nerve growth factor.

With a multi-millennial history of curiosity, experimentation and innovation, Italy overtly remains an inspiration and de facto provider of gusto to the rest of the world in food, fashion, design, and perhaps more subtly but as just as profoundly is a central player in the global advancement in engineering, sustainability and aerospace technologies.

Today, Cube Labs fills the market gaps that have impeded life science innovation in Italy in recent times to once again promote Italy to become a lead player in this space. With an international management team and network that has an outstanding track record in commercial and company development, Cube Labs addresses critical market needs, including financing and commercial knowhow.

The passion and creativity underlying the genius of Italian contributions to many diverse fields have hitherto been significant and enduring, and the country is well primed to continue to be a center of innovation and creativity in the future, in the life sciences and beyond.

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