Every day, Global University Venturing rounds up the smaller investments from across the university innovation ecosystem in its deal net.

ReGelTec, a US-based chronic back pain treatment technology spinout of Rowan University, collected more than $3.8m in series A funding on Wednesday from undisclosed investors.  The spinout’s technology percutaneously injects therapeutic hydrogels into the nucleus of shattered spinal discs in order to alleviate pain. ReGelTec will put the series A proceeds toward an ongoing feasibility study of its approach in the run-up to clinical trials. It had already raised $2m from investment firm Tedco, Abell Foundation and angel investors in late 2018, according to Technical.ly.

Nextflow Software, a France-based computer-aided engineering software spinout of technical institute Centrale Nantes, has collected €3m ($3.5m) of series A equity funding and debt.  The round is made up of $2.4m in debt from state-owned investment bank Bpifrance and regional development bank CIC Ouest, and a $1.2m equity contribution from VC fund Ouest Ventures III and investment fund Litto Invest.

Yolean, a Sweden-based project management software developer, has secured SEK4.6m ($509,000) in funding led by Chalmers Ventures, the incubator and venture fund of Chalmers Institute of Technology, MyNewsDesk reported today. The round also featured Almi Invest and Yuncture Invest.

BIOND Solutions, a Netherlands-based cell cultivation microchip technology spinout of TU Delft, has raised €250,000 ($294,000) of growth capital from Uniiq, an EU-backed proof-of-concept fund for the South Holland province. The funding will go toward a recruitment drive. BIOND Solutions’ microchip would supply oxygen and nutrients to human cells as the basis for creating personalised medicines.