Both are part of a new crop of BCI European initiatives targeting brain disorders working at the intersection of deeptech, medtech, and digital health.
Investments into Spanish startups by business angels are up 44 percent over last year in terms of euros.
Some in the startup community believe the Prime Minister's recent announcement about a new legal framework for startups is little more than a publicity stunt.
The number of female entrepreneurs is growing, but the typical Spanish founder is a 35-year-old male.
A risk-averse culture and lack of access to funds are among the factors holding back new businesses in Spain.