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4 June 2013

InSilico frees up $1.5m

Last month, peer Bina Technologies raised $6.25m, while Spiral Genetics gathered $3m from venture capital firm DFJ after forming from University of Washington entrepreneurship class in 2009, according to news provider Xconomy.

Author: James Mawson

InSilico Genomics, a Belgium-based genomic research software spun off from the Free University of Brussels, has raised €1.2m ($1.5m) from the online payment group Ogone and Foundation Life Sciences Partners.

InSilico Genomics offers academics and industry the ability to compare their data on parts of the human genome with public datasets.

Last month, peer Bina Technologies raised $6.25m, while Spiral Genetics gathered $3m from venture capital firm DFJ after forming from University of Washington entrepreneurship class in 2009, according to news provider Xconomy.

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