University of New Brunswick spin-out Smart Skin banks $3.9m from a number of backers for artificial touch-sensitive film.

Smart Skin Technologies, a spin-out of the University of New Brunswick, has secured $3.9m in series A backing for its touch-sensitive film technology.

Leading the round are venture firms Rho Canada Ventures, Build Ventures, and GrowthWorks Atlantic Venture. Also joining in participation are existing backers including East Valley Ventures and the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation, who participated in a $1.5m seed round, and other angel investors. The firm has now raised $5.4m in venture backing.

Smart Skin’s product Quantifeel is…

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