NEW YORK, Dec. 17 – Swedish microfluidics company Gyros has raised 309 million krona, $29.5 million, in a second round of private financing. 

The investors included 3i, the Swedish Industrial Development Fund, InnovationsKapital, and H&B Capital. In addition, existing investors such as Investor AB, the National Pension Insurance Fund, Karolinska Investment Fund, HealthCap, and the Swedish Union of Clerical and Technical Employees in Industry, have increased their contributions. 

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