Australian National University helped supply series A funding to scientific testing device manufacturer Liquid Instruments, which is led by a professor from the university’s College of Science.

Liquid Instruments, an Australia-based scientific and industrial testing device maker headed by an Australian National University (ANU) professor, secured $8.2m yesterday in a series A round featuring ANU’s venture capital arm, Connect Ventures.
The round was led by venture capital and private equity firm Anzu Partners while ANU Connect Ventures was described as a follow-on investor.
Founded in 2014, Liquid Instruments has devised a hardware testing device for scientific researchers and engineers called Moku:Lab, which combines 12 precision…

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