Daily funding roundup - November 4th, 2020

Kristin Karaoglu · November 4, 2020 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/5134

Tilt Five raised $7.5M; Math Global Foundation secured $7.8M; The One Health landed $10M

Talking Medicines: Talking Medicines is a Glasgow, Scotland-based social intelligence company for the pharmaceutical industry. Talking Medicines has raised £1.1 million in funding led by Tern, an outfit specializing in IoT-related investments; it was joined by the Scottish Investment Bank, Scottish Enterprise’s investment arm. Read more 

Emxys: Emxys is a Spain-based company that makes electronics for instrumentation, data acquisition and control applications for aerospace, science and industrial applications. Emxys has raised €2 million in funding led by Mundi Ventures, with participation from CDTI. Read more 

Tilt Five: Tilt Five is a Mountain View, Ca.-based entertainment system that uses proprietary augmented reality glasses, a game board, and a wand controller to engage players in tabletop and video games in 3D holographic environments. Tilt Five has raised $7.5 million in Series A funding led by SIP Global Partners. Read more

Math Global Foundation: Math Global Foundation is a Singapore based firm behind a public blockchain company MathWallet. Math Global Foundation raised $7.8 million in extended Series A funding. Alameda Research led the round, joined by Multicoin Capital. Read more

The One Health: The One Health is a Palo Alto, Ca.-based company whose flagship product, FidoCure, uses genomic testing to identify possible cancer-causing mutations in dogs and recommend a personalized therapeutic treatment. The One Health has raised $10 million from investors. Polaris Partners and Borealis Ventures co-led the round, joined by earlier backers Andreessen Horowitz, Lerer Hippeau, Y Combinator, and Tau Ventures. Read more

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