He sold eBooks and 3D printers. Then Ukraine tapped him to head its State Space Agency

Serial tech entrepreneur and ex-director of Ukraine’s State Space Agency Volodymyr Usov told the life path through Odesa’s National Maritime Academy to world SpaceTech: from the city’s seaport to getting into tech in 2011, founded Gutenbergz, a “digital publishing house” that produced interactive e-books. In 2014, he founded a 3D-printing startup called Kwambio – the 3D-printing of ceramics instead of plastics (An offshoot called Project ADAM would later attempt to print replacement human bones.)

Today Usov announced he was starting a new space project called Kurs Orbital, which builds on a Soviet-era orbital system.
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He sold eBooks and 3D printers. Then Ukraine tapped him to head its State Space Agency

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