Sphere Fluidics, a UK-based healthcare company, has raised £1.65m ($2.5m) in its series A round from a consortium including University of Cambridge’s Cambridge Enterprise technology commercialization fund. Other investors included investment firm 24Haymarket, non-profit Royal Society, and angel investors, including Hermann Hauser’s Providence Investment Company. Frank Craig, chief executive of Sphere Fluidics, said: “There was…
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