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RainStick Shower and HyIvy Health have been named winners at Communitech’s Winter 2020 Fierce Founders Bootcamp.
While one-quarter of the total investment in digitization is accounted for by the energy industry, most of the spending will occur across multiple sectors including creative industries, manufacturing, logistics, financial services, life science and agribusiness. Adoption of digital technology will see the fastest growth in agriculture and manufacturing.
AI chatbot maker Babylon Health attacks clinician in PR stunt after he goes public with safety concerns
In the press release released late Monday Babylon refers to Dr. David Watkins — via his Twitter handle — as a “troll” and claims he’s “targeted members of our staff, partners, clients, regulators and journalists and tweeted defamatory content about us.”
Portuguese startup Sword Health has announced securing approximately €8.1 million in the second phase of its Series A funding round, which brings the round’s total to around €15.4 million.
Mind Medicine Inc., a psychedelics-based medicine startup backed by Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary, closed a $24.2 million funding round ahead of plans to go public next week.
Structura Biotechnology has developed a tool that is playing a key role in a “critical breakthrough” in the search for a vaccine for coronavirus.
HealthJoy, a platform designed to make it easier for employees to use their healthcare benefits, has raised $30 million in Series C funding led by Health Velocity Capital.
London-based Second Nature, the tech-enabled digital health programme designed to combat obesity, has raised $10 million in a funding round led by Beringea.
Two healthtech companies have made announcements on the growth of their firms, announcing new partnerships and key milestones.
The deal also comes at a time when Sequoia is raising its seventh India fund, and its largest so far.
K Health, a startup that lets patients look up their symptoms and chat with a doctor, raised $48 million in funding.
The new financing was led by Andreessen Horowitz, and included Y Combinator and the New York-based investment firm BoxGroup.