Stanford-backed medical supplies delivery service Zipline has revealed two funding rounds totaling $190m, one of which is a $70m series C that included existing backer GV.

Zipline, a US-based medical product delivery provider backed by Stanford University’s endowment fund, has raised $190m in funding from investors including internet technology conglomerate Alphabet, CNBC reported on Friday. The money was secured over two rounds, including a $70m series C round closed in spring 2018, and backed by Alphabet subsidiary GV, investment bank Goldman…

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