Tissue Regeneration Systems, a spinout of the University of Michigan and University of Wisconsin, has closed a $2 million first financing round to further develop bioabsorptive implants for bone and soft-tissue regeneration.
 
The investment, led by venture capital firm Venture Investors, is the latest from a $115 million fund closed by the VC firm last year that has its eye on investing in early-stage technologies developed at research universities in the upper Midwest region of the US.
 

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