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Advanced Materials Health Care Medical Device North America Product Management

Access Vascular Secures $20M in Series B

– Access Vascular from San Francisco has closed on a Series B round of financing.
TVM Capital Life Science led the round with a $15m commitment, with existing investors also participating.

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Advanced Materials Health Care Medical Device North America Product Management

Access Vascular, Inc. Secures $20 Million in Series B Financing

– A company addressing the most common and costly venous access complications has closed on a Series B round of financing.
TVM Capital Life Science led the round with a $15m commitment, with existing investors also participating.
– The company has developed a proprietary biomaterial platform that is both hydrophilic and lubricious, and has incorporated this material into two commercially-available venous access devices, the HydroPICC® Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter and HydroMID™ Midline Catheter.
– In vitro studies have shown that this biomaterial technology results in an average of 97% less thrombus accumulation on its surface compared to a standard polyurethane catheter.*

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Advanced Materials Health Care Medical Device North America

VenoStent Raises $2.3M Seed Funding

– VenoStent, an advanced materials company, today announced $2.3 million in seed funding.
– The company leverages its unique polymer engineering technology to develop bioresorbable slip-on polymer wraps, called SelfWrap.
– The product is aimed to eliminate vascular surgery failures, at first targeting vascular access surgery required to initiate hemodialysis treatment for end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients.
Creative Ventures led the round with participation from IAG Capital Partners, C3 Ventures, Olima Ventures, Texas Halo Fund, Cowtown Angels, and SP Investment Fund, among other prominent investors.
– This brings the total funding to date to more than $6 million.

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Advanced Materials Aerospace Industrial Manufacturing North America Space Travel

Axiom raises $130M for its space station — and adds Blue Origin alum to its board

– Axiom Space raised $130m funding.
– The funding was led by C5 Capital and joined by Declaration Partners, Moelis Dynasty Investments, The Venture Collective, Hemisphere Ventures, and Starbridge Venture Capital.
– Axiom Space is building the world’s first commercial space station.
– The company’s president and CEO Michael Suffredini said the company’s valuation now exceeds $1 billion.

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Advanced Materials Aerospace Industrial Manufacturing North America Space Travel

Axiom Space raises $130 million for its commercial space station ambitions

– Axiom Space, a space startup, raised $130m in Series B funding.
– The round was led by C5 Capital and joined by other investors.
– The company plans to launch its first private astronaut mission to the ISS in January 2019.

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Mighty Buildings Raises $40M In Series B Funding

– Mighty Buildings is a construction tech company applying automation and innovative new technologies to cut time and labor hours.
– The company raised $40m in Series B funding.
– The round was led by Khosla Ventures and co-led by Zeno Ventures, with participation from returning investors Bold Capital Partners, Core Innovation Capital, and Foundamental.
– New investors included ArcTern Ventures, Abies Ventures, Modern Venture Partners, Giant Ventures, MicroVentures, One Way Ventures, Polyvalent Capital and others.

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