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  • Asgard Therapeutics (Lund, exploring direct cell reprogramming technologies to develop ground-breaking cancer immunotherapies, founded 2018): €30M ($33M) in a Series A funding round led by RV Invest and Johnson & Johnson Innovation, with participation from existing investors Industrifonden, Novo Holdings and Boehringer Ingelheim Venture Fund (English).
  • Symcel (Stockholm, developer of a system for continuous metabolic measurements of living organisms, founded 2004): SEK86M (€7.6M, $8.3M) from Lareim, Flerie Invest, and other undisclosed healthtech and technology investors, for taking Symcel into the commercial scale-up stage and launching "the world’s fastest system for the detection of live bacteria" (Swedish, machine translation). The company raised its previous funding round, amounting to SEK105M at a post-money valuation of SEK505M, around two years ago, according to data registered with Bolagsverket (via Eivora). Funding news continue below...
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