The CSIRO-linked venture firm has obtained additional capital from the Australian government less than a year after launching its second fund with an initial $194m.

Main Sequence Ventures, the Australia-based deeptech venture capital firm established by Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, secured an additional A$150m ($105m) for its second fund today, according to StartupDaily. The money came from the Australian government, which invested as part of its 10-year $1.6bn Research Commercialisation Action Plan that will primarily aim to help…

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