Thanks Javier! Great article and I totally agree with your point of view. As usual, I guess people are more attracted to instant-gratification kind of idea with low barriers to entry. Genomics, transports, etc. all have high entry costs and on top of everything, very high regulatory barriers. So I’m wondering if lobbying for loosening some regulations (at least for beta tests for instance) could be one solution to propel this kind of startups. What do you think? Also, we’ve seen some people going from low-value-to-the-society companies to gigantic behemoth (think about the early days of Virgin, or Google, or Facebook, and of course, Elon Musk before Tesla and SpaceX). So maybe starting with “easy” business to then tackle bigger issues, is also a possible solution to tackle capital intensive issues.