Covatic covets $1.1m investment
Oxford spinout Covatic has now raised $2.1m in funding for a software platform that enables media broadcasters to tailor mobile content and marketing to the habits of specific users.
Stanford-StartX finds comfort in Haystack TV
News streaming app developer Haystack TV raised $2m from investors including Stanford-StartX Fund and appliances manufacturer Vestel to prepare for an expansion into Europe.
Xcelerator embraces first cohort
The Tel Aviv University-backed accelerator, formed in partnership with the Israel Security Agency, has welcomed its first seven participants.
Neurable interfaces with Michigan in series A round
Michigan student-run Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund has returned to back Neurable's neurological activity-based VR and AR technology.
UC Berkeley SkyDeck checks in latest cohort
A total of 22 participants have each received $100,000 in funding as part of the UC Berkeley accelerator.
Volograms reaches for $710,000
Trinity College Dublin spinout Volograms has secured the University Bridge Fund as an investor for its VR and AR hologram creation engine.

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Innoactive visualises $5.2m round
Parkwalk is hooked on Tangentix
Bradford spinout Tangentix, which previously received funding from Parkwalk in 2014, operates a digital platform for computer game trials.
DheeYantra understands seed input
DheeYantra has raised an undisclosed sum from investors including Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad to build out its NLP software for native Indian vernaculars.
EDRF backs Bath accelerators
Bath accelerators targeting digital innovation and advanced engineering have secured $2.1m in grant funding.
Bitmovin encodes $30m series B
Highland Europe has led a series B round for Bitmovin, which has developed technology to encode videos for streaming and is based on research at University of Klagenfurt.

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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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