Sapiens Steering Brain Stimulation, a Netherlands-based medical technology company spun off from local conglomerate Royal Philips Electronics in 2011, has extended its series A round by €7.5m ($10m) for its deep-brain stimulation (DBS) implant to treat Parkinson’s disease.

Inkef Capital, a quasi-corporate venturing joint venture between pension funds ABP and Omers, joined Sapiens’ consortium in the latest funding round.

Frank Landsberger, founder of Inkef, which is an acronym of INvesting in the Knowledge Economy…

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