Regenerative craniofacial implant manufacturer OssDsign has amassed $19.7m altogether as it prepares to take its products based on Karolinska and Uppsala university research into new markets.

OssDsign, a Sweden-based developer of regenerative implants founded on research from Karolinska University Hospital and Uppsala University, closed a SKr64m ($6.9m) private placement on Tuesday backed by investment manager Alto Invest. The round also featured unnamed Swedish private investors. Founded in 2011 as Oss-Q, OssDsign designs and manufactures healing implants for bone defects made from…

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