Every day, Global University Venturing rounds up the smaller investments from across the university innovation ecosystem in its deal net.
Singapore Academy of Law is starting a legal tech accelerator as part of a wider initiative helmed by its SAL Ventures targeting innovation in the provision of legal services.
A member of NYU's Future Labs incubator network, virtual receptionist developer Bowtie.ai has been acquired by wellness services software developer Mindbody.
Sales productivity software platform Ciara has won the backing of TUM-allied venture firm UVC Partners in a round that will support continued development of its software.
TUM automated legal analysis spinout Rfrnz has secured backing from Unternehmertum-operated Initiative for Industrial Innovations, HTGF and unnamed additional investors.
University-industry collaboration matchmaking portal In-Part has added $1.2m from investors including Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund to $516,000 of seed capital procured in 2016.
Catering services marketplace Hungry has now raised $12.5m in total, having added university venture unit James Madison Innovations to its investment consortium.
IU Philanthropic Venture Fund was among the investors in the contact centre platform creator's round, which will help grow the business through recruitment and product development.