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Seekyo, a Poitiers-based biotech startup developing new chemotherapies, has raised €800,000 in seed funding to validate its flagship tumor-targeting drug. The financing consists of €400,000 from angel investors in the BAdGE, Investessor, and Synergence networks; a €150,000 loan from the European Investment Fund (EIF) Investment Initiation; and €250,000 in convertible bonds from the French Tech […]
Aqemia, a Parisian deep tech startup, has raised €1 million pre-seed round from Elaia to develop its molecule matching technology. The company aims to transform pharmaceutical research and disrupt the $60 billion drug discovery market. Aqemia’s core software, developed from academic research at École normale supérieure (PSL), can predict the effectiveness of a pharmaceutical drug. […]
Cambridge-based Healx, an AI-powered biotech company researching treatments for rare diseases, has raised a $56 million Series B led by Atomico, joined by Intel Capital, Global Brain and btov Partners. The investment enables the company to launch its global Rare Treatment Accelerator programme, as well as pursue ongoing research. Healx is innovating on the traditional […]
Last week, I hopped on a call with Emil Hewage, the affable co-founder and CEO of a Cambridge-based company called BIOS, in an effort to understand what the ‘neural engineering startup’ is up to – with limited success at first, I might add. Indeed, BIOS’ mission (to create “the open standard hardware and software interface […]
Acacia Pharma, which is developing treatments for surgical and cancer patients, this month listed on Euronext stock exchange in Brussels, raising €40 million.
Nuritas, an Irish biotech startup, has raised €16 million in a Series A round led by US firm Cultivian Sandbox Ventures. Nuritas has built a medical platform that uses artificial intelligence to analyse peptides in food, which it claims is 500 times faster than current technology. “Our artificial intelligence platform has already disrupted this antiquated […]