Cyteir Therapeutics, Inc., a Cambridge, MA-based developer of novel therapeutics based on the biology of DNA repair, received a $2m, two-year grant.
Care.com, Inc. (NYSE: CRCM), a Waltham, Massachusetts-based online marketplace for finding and managing family care, received a $46.35m investment from Google Capital, a growth equity fund backed by Alphabet Inc. (Nasdaq GS: GOOGL).
Tempo Automation, a San Francisco, CA-based software-enabled electronics factory, raised $8M in Series A funding.
Morphic Therapeutic, a Waltham, MA-based biotechnology company developing a new generation of oral integrin* drugs, completed a $51.5m Series A financing.
Spirometrix, a Pleasanton, Calif.-based developer of breath analysis devices for applications in disease diagnosis and management of asthma, raised $17.4m in Series C financing.
Gecko Biomedical, a Paris, France-based medical device company developing innovative polymers to support tissue healing, received an interest-free loan of €1.4m.
Mappedin, a Kitchener, Canada-based indoor mapping platform, closed its seed extension, bringing total venture capital funding raised to $3.5m.
Global technology company Siemens is to set up a separate unit to support innovative ideas and to accelerate the development of new technologies.
Everplans, a NYC-based online estate and legacy planning platform, secured $6.4m in Series A funding.
Woven Digital, a Los Angeles, CA-based millennial male-focused digital media and content company, raised $18.5m in series B funding.
dv01, a NYC-based analytics platform for the lending markets, said it raised $7.5m in seed funding.
US HealthVest (USHV), a developer and operator of behavioral health facilities, secured $50m in Series B funding round.
Iris Capital, a pan-European growth stage venture capital firm with expertise in the digital economy, added Bernhard Gold as a Partner and Managing Director of its North American operations.
SmartRecruiters, a San Francisco, CA-based hiring company, raised $30M in Series C financing.
Tulipop ehf., the Reykjavik, Iceland-based design company behind the Tulipop world and characters, raised $2M in Series A funding.