Sinochem contributed to a total of $443m series B and pre-IPO funding for SolarSpace while Pernod Ricard took part in a $110m round for Fever.
Google invested $300m in AI technology developer Anthropic while robotics unicorn UBTech filed for a Hong Kong IPO.
Alkem participated in a $50m round for its Enzene spinoff while Schlumberger took part in The Exploration Company’s $43.6m series A.
The environmental analytics provider's National Grid-backed series B round shows the interest around startups who can use data to help corporates fulfil their environmental data requirements.
Telefónica participated in a $136m round for Raylo while Novartis helped Alto Neuroscience hike its series B to $60m.
BMW took part in Our Next Energy’s $300m series B round while Animoca Brands contributed to Colossal Biosciences’ $150m series B.
LenDenClub invested in six Indian fintech companies through its venture scheme while Alphabet participated in clinical trial management startup Paradigm’s $203m series A round.
UPMC co-led Smile Digital Health’s $30m series B round while four pharmaceutical firms participated in iVexSol’s $23.8m series A.
Pasqal's $109m series B is the fourth corporate-backed round for a quantum computing startup this month, and its capabilities make the sector a strategic bet for a range of corporates.
ArcelorMittal led the first tranche of Boston Metal’s $120m series C round while GV helped Google spinoff Osmo raise $60m.
ADP took part in Welcome to the Jungle’s $54m series C round while Smith+Nephew and DSM contributed to Miach Orthopaedics’ $40m series B.
Eni and Saudi Aramco were part of Pasqal’s $109m series B round while Boston Scientific and GSK helped SetPoint Medical pull in $80m.
Nippon Life provided $650m for Resolution Life as part of a round that could reach $1.65bn, while Axa led a $25m round for Dayforward.
SK, Sinopec, Fosun, Sanyi, Xiamen C&D and Hana Financial were part of Kuntian New Energy’s funding that took its pre-IPO round to $295m.