Arryx Raises $10M in Financing; Looking For Partners for Cell-Based Applications | GenomeWeb

In a vote of confidence for its holographic laser-steering technology, venture capitalists have invested almost $10 million in Chicago-based Arryx, the company said last week.

The latest round of financing is Arryx’s fourth and largest since it was founded in 2000. The company has raised a total of about $17 million in that time. Much of the early funding went towards the development and commercialization of its flagship product, the BioRyx 200 system.

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