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Gen.G generates $46m round
Stanford University has participated in a $46m funding round for Gen.G together with venture capital firms and celebrity investors such as actor Will Smith.
Bahns nudges across to WaveOptics
Robert Bahns has stepped down as technology partner at IP Group to become chief financial officer at one of the firm’s portfolio businesses, WaveOptics.
Graphine combines with Unity
Ghent University-founded texture streaming technology creator Graphine has been picked up by Unity Technologies, providing an exit to research institute Imec’s iStart accelerator.
Datagrid idolises $135,000
Datagrid has lured capital from University of Tokyo's VC spinout Deep 30 as it prepares for the imminent launch of a game based on its deep learning-powered technology.
Mojo Vision sets $58m series B scene
Stanford-StartX has contributed to a $58m series B for AR platform Mojo Vision, which also attracted Google, HP, Motorola Solutions, LG and Kakao.
Scottish universities sign up to Converge
Converge is now affiliated to all 18 Scottish universities, offering a prize fund of $305,000 through four competition-orientated programs. markets $2m seed round
Conversational marketing tool developer graduated from UC Berkeley’s SkyDeck in 2018 and has now secured a follow-on investment from the accelerator.
Corporates champion $113m NordicNinja VC
Honda, Panasonic and Omron are among the limited partners of NordicNinja VC’s inaugural fund, which has identified several university ecosystems in northern Europe as offering opportunities.

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Knotch captures $20m series B
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.
Stanford gets in Sandbox for $68m round
Virtual reality entertainment operator Sandbox VR has amassed $68m in series A capital from investors including Stanford University.
CIC makes cut in Imagen series B
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 trains its focus on Corephotonics
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.
Stanford helps EdCast curate fresh funding
The AI-based contextual insight service has closed a $33.6m round that included Stanford University, taking its total funding to almost $56m.
WaveOptics makes a splash with $26m
IP Group has backed AR technology developer WaveOptics, building on the position taken by Touchstone Innovations, which it now owns, in 2015 and 2017.

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Macmillan’s wind of change
Humboldt spin out finds High-Tech Gruenderfonds
The venture capital firm backed by the German government and many Germany-based corporations invests in the technology of a media monitoring spin-off from Humboldt University.
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