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Celladon Corporation CLDN, -0.51% a clinical-stage biotechnology company applying its leadership position in the field of gene therapy and calcium dysregulation, today announced that it has entered into a credit facility with Hercules Technology Growth Capital, Inc. HTGC, -0.69% and its affiliate lenders. The credit facility provides for up to $25 million of loans.
Indoor location provider NextNav has closed last week a $70 million Series D round of financing led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and Oak Investment Partners, who were joined by existing investors Columbia Capital, Telcom Ventures and Goldman Sachs Investment Partners.
2020 Company LLC has won a five-year, $97.2 million contract to provide program management, systems engineering and operations and maintenance services to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Fate Therapeutics, Inc. a biopharmaceutical company engaged in the discovery and development of adult stem cell modulators to treat orphan diseases, announced today that it has completed a long-term debt financing of up to $20 million with Silicon Valley Bank.
Square 1 Bank announced that it has provided a $2 million debt facility to new client Novasentis, a leading developer of haptic actuators and sensory technology.
Synapsify, a text analytics company in Bethesda, has won a $145,000 investment through the Maryland Venture Fund, part of an $850,000 investment round.
Cooley LLP announced today that it advised investors New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and Oak Investment Partners on the $70 million series D funding of NextNav LLC.
Mesa, Arizona-based Ulthera, which makes aesthetic medicine medical devices for face and neck lifts, is now part of Merz, after regulatory approvals by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice, the companies said Tuesday.
Niagara-based International Internet Exchange (IIX Inc.), a next-generation software and interconnection platform designed for enterprises, content providers, cloud providers and other network operators, has raised $10.4 million in venture capital.
Amedica Corporation announced it has secured up to $26 million in additional funding.