Inventec Appliances Corp has contributed to a round that will enable USF-founded Molekule to further develop and scale its air purification technology.

Molekule, a US-based air purification system spinout out University of South Florida, completed a $58m series C round yesterday that included networking and communication product manufacturer Inventec Appliances Corp. Venture capital firm RPS Ventures led the round, while Foundry Group, Crosslink Capital, Founder’s Circle Capital, Uncork Capital and TransLink Capital also participated. Founded in 2014,…

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