The genomic testing platform developer has now raised some $140m, eight years after being co-founded in EPFL's Innovation Park by researchers from EMBL, Stanford and Geneva University.
KTH Chalmers Capital, which first backed IT software developer Apica Systems in 2007, has been joined by Industrifonden, SEB, Almi and Oxx for the latest round.
The spinout, which has developed a portable real-time DNA and RNA sequencer, has attracted $140m in funding from investors including GIC, China Construction Bank and Hostplus.
The Stanford-StartX fund-backed cloud computing optimisation platform has brought in $30m in a round that took its total funding to $140m.
The voice-control technology developer spun out from University of Bristol has closed a series E round led by strategic investor Infineon Technologies.