Sense Biodetection raises $50m Series B funding

Oxbridge BioMedTech business Sense Biodetection has raised $50 million in a Series B round led by Koch Disruptive Technologies – a subsidiary of £115 billion turnover US giant Koch Industries, Inc, based in Wichita, Kansas.

The Series B also included participation from Sense’s existing investors Cambridge Innovation Capital, Earlybird Health, Cambridge entrepreneur Jonathan Milner and Mercia Asset Management.  

The cash will advance commercialisation of the company’s Veros™ COVID-19 product and continue development of a portfolio of instrument-free, rapid molecular tests that enable improved access, outcomes, and value through patient-focused decentralised healthcare.

Sense Biodetection has operations in Cambridge and Oxford UK and Boston in the US. The Veros™ platform introduces novel and proprietary rapid molecular amplification technology to detect a variety of deadly and costly diseases.  

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