Based on Oxford and Sao Paulo State University research, Osler Diagnostics is reportedly set to secure $38m to add to the $2.6m it raised in 2016.

Osler Diagnostics, a UK-based handheld diagnostic device developer based on University of Oxford and Sao Paulo State University in Brazil research, is raising £30m ($38m) in funding, Sky News has reported. The round is reportedly being led by an unspecified venturing vehicle owned by Michael Spencer, founder of electronic markets business Nex Group, and no…

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