Tilak Healthcare, a Paris, France-based developer of medical video games for both the diagnosis and follow-up of chronic diseases, raised €2.5m in funding.
Techstars is opening a Paris-based accelerator in partnership with Air Liquide, Groupama Group, FDJ, Groupe Renault and Total.
Sofinnova Partners, a European venture capital firm specialized in Life Sciences, appointed Antoine Papiernik as Chairman.
Nosopharm, a Lyon, France-based biotechnology company specialized in the research and development of new antimicrobial molecules, raised €2.4m in funding.
Solina, a European producer of savoury ingredients for the food industry, is to complete the acquisition of Supremia Grup from Levente Hugo Bara, the founder and owner of the company.
Blue Industry and Science, a Paris, France-based manufacturer of analyzers that quantify traces of gases in real time, raised €1m in funding.
FlexyBeauty, a Paris, France-based developer of a SaaS software suite for hairdressers and beauty salons, raised €1.5m in funding.
Altice N.V. (Euronext: ATC, ATCB), a multinational cable, fiber, telecommunications, contents, media and advertising company, is to acquire Teads, a Montpellier, France-based online video advertising marketplace.
Databerries, a Paris and New York-based mobile advertising platform for offline retailers, raised $16m in Series A funding.
Advicenne, a Nimes, France, late-stage biopharmaceutical company, closed €16m (approx. $17.2m) financing round.
MultiX, a French provider of spectroscopic x‐ray imaging solutions for airport security and non‐destructive testing applications, raised €3.5m in financing round.
Chronotruck, a Paris, France-based freight transport startup, raised €3.5m in funding.
PeptiMimesis, a Strasbourg, France-based biopharma company dedicated to the discovery and development of therapeutic transmembrane peptides, raised €700k ($740k) in the second seed funding tranche.
TrustInSoft, a Paris, France and San Francisco, CA-based provider of software for developers to automate code vulnerability detection at a wide scale, raised $1.2M in funding.
Paris, France-based automotive supplier Valeo has acquired all of the outstanding shares of gestigon, a German startup specialized in developing 3D image processing software for the vehicle cabin.