Leidos (NYSE: LDOS), a FORTUNE® 500 science and technology company, completed the acquisition of IMX Medical Management Services (IMX) and its affiliated businesses.
GeneCentric Therapeutics, Inc., a Research Triangle Park, N.C.-based RNA-based genomic solutions provider, acquired Select ImmunoGenomics, LLC, a Chapel Hill, NC-based provider of advanced immunogenomic, data analysis and biomarker development services to support the development of immuno-oncology drugs.
Partners Pharmacy, a Springfield, N.J.-based provider of pharmacy and infusion services to the senior living facilities, received a $60 million senior secured credit facility.
CoachHub, a Berlin, Germany-based platform for connecting employees with business coaches, raised €6m in funding.
Commsignia, Inc., a Santa Clara, CA-based provider of V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) solutions, closed an $11m funding round.
Coinmine, a Los Angeles, CA-based consumer crypto hardware and software company, raised $2.5m in seed financing.
Nurx, a San Francisco, CA-based healthtech company providing care for sensitive needs, raised an additional $52m in Series C funding.
MyHealthTeams, a San Francisco, CA-based creator of social networks for people facing chronic health conditions, raised $9.44m in Series B financing.
Mobilitie, a Newport Beach, Calif.-based telecommunications infrastructure company, signed a $1 billion exclusive arrangement with a foreign investment fund.
ChartSpan, a Greenville, SC-based chronic care management provider, received a Series A funding of undisclosed amount.
Cemvita Factory, a Houston, TX-based carbon-negative company, received an equity investment from Oxy Low Carbon Ventures.
Two Chairs, a San Francisco, CA-based mental health company, raised $21M in Series B funding.
Klang, a Berlin, Germany-based game development and entertainment studio, secured $22.33M in Series B funding.
Buoy Health, a Boston, MA-based health platform powered by an advanced artificial intelligence engine to provide personalized clinical support to individuals the moment they have a healthcare concern, raised $15m in Series B funding.
Zenlayer, a Los Angeles, CA- and and Shanghai, China-based edge cloud services provider, raised $30m in Series B funding.