Backed by Stanford-StartX Fund, marketing intelligence platform Knotch has now secured at least $31.5m in total funding and will now pursue technology upgrades and and internal expansion.
Virtual reality entertainment operator Sandbox VR has amassed $68m in series A capital from investors including Stanford University.
University of Cambridge’s affiliate patient capital fund has returned to take part in an $8.4m round for video content management platform Imagen after previously investing in 2014 and 2016.
Samsung is reportedly eyeing Tel Aviv University-founded smartphone camera technology developer Corephotonics for $150m to $160m after backing its series B and C rounds.
The AI-based contextual insight service has closed a $33.6m round that included Stanford University, taking its total funding to almost $56m.
IP Group has backed AR technology developer WaveOptics, building on the position taken by Touchstone Innovations, which it now owns, in 2015 and 2017.
Previously backed by Stanford-StartX Fund, Firefly installs digital advertising screens on taxis to provide drivers with greater income and collect urban data for municipal authorities.
PalaeoPi, which began operations almost a year ago, is developing a photogrammetry-powered 3D scanner called MKIII TablePi for purposes including archaeology.