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eSight, CNIB partnership to expand public access to smart glasses for the visually impaired(BETAKIT)
eSight is partnering with CNIB, a non-profit dedicated to assisting Canadians living with vision loss to expand public access to its product, eSight 3.
UK biotech startup Mogrify injects $16M to get novel cell therapies to market soon(TECHCRUNCH)
The raise from investors Ahren Innovation Capital, Parkwalk and 24Haymarket follows a $4M seed in February — taking its total raised to date to $20M.
Indonesia’s healthcare superapp Alodokter raises $33M in Series C funding(MOBIHEALTHNEWS)
The startup will use the funds to expand its hospital network integration and to further develop its health insurance service.
NERv Technology closes $1 million CAD pre-seed round
NERv Technology, a healthtech startup with a sensory platform designed to detect gastrointestinal leaks, has closed $1 million CAD in pre-seed funding.
AI in health care: Capacity, capability, and a future of active health in Asia(TECHNOLOGYREVIEW)
To address a critical gap in health-care resources, the region is becoming a center of innovation in health-care artificial intelligence, robotics, and automation.
Biotech startup Healx raises €51M for 40 rare diseases programme (STARTUPWORLD)
Healx, a UK based biotech, which works on the treatment for rare diseases has raised $56 million (€51 million) in the Series B financial round.
Health care startup Doc.ai announces new digital trial and lays blueprint for changing the $3.5 trillion health care industry
Smart entrepreneurs will take note of this startup’s quest to redefine the health care industry – and the ripple effects it could send across all industries.
LATEST HEALTHTECH GRANT OPPORTUNITIES
3iOntario Digest presents a list of ongoing funding opportunities and other resources to accelerate health innovation.
CAN – CIHR Catalyst Grant: Addressing Musculoskeletal Conditions and Arthritis in Canadians (read more)
CAN – CIHR Inuit Research Network Development Grant (read more)
CAN – CIHR Netherlands-Canada Type 2 Diabetes Consortium – Travel Award (read more)