DTU-owned PreSeed Ventures joined Bose Ventures in occupational voice guidance technology developer Whispr’s round, which will help the startup double its headcount.
Mac Panther Materials will operate as a subsidiary of manufacturing machinery supplier Mac Panther on the back of a spinout agreement with Saarland University.
Embattled commercialisation firm NetScientific is closing two medical diagnostics spinouts from UCLA after both failed to attract external funding.
Converge is now affiliated to all 18 Scottish universities, offering a prize fund of $305,000 through four competition-orientated programs.
Toronto's Creative Destruction Lab accelerator network will open its first UK-based location through a partnership with University of Oxford after expanding into the US with NYU in 2018.
CWRU-licensed NervGen Pharma floated at the top of its range on the TSX Venture Exchange, with the proceeds earmarked to push its lead candidate for spinal cord injury into the clinic.
Cystic fibrosis drug developer Respirion Pharmaceuticals has spun out from Telethon Kids Institute with capital from an Australian government-backed initiative.
Goldwind, Legal & General and Equinor have all taken part in a series D that achieved a $41m first close and boosted the Oxford spinout’s total equity and debt to more than $118m.