Life sciences firm NanoVision Diagnostics, spun out from the University of Pittsburgh last year, raises $1.5m for early stage cancer detection.

NanoVision Diagnostics, a life sciences spin-out from the University of Pittsburgh, has raised $1.5m towards a planned £3.25m round, according to a SEC filing. The Pittsburgh-based firm, which spun out from the university last year, is developing a diagnostics system for identifying early-stage cancer. NanoVision uses what it describes as optical biomarkers to detect cancer,…

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