Ohio State University (OSU) spin-out Core Quantum Technologies (CQT) has raised a third of its $750k commercialisation target.
The nanopartical manufacturer is developing a product called MultiDot which the firm plans to use in medical diagnosis, imaging, and research.
$100k came from the Ohio Third Frontier Technology and Validation Startup Fund, with a further $150k provided by way of a Small Business Innovation Research grant from the US’ National Science Foundation.
Ted Greene, chief executive at CQT,…

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