Carbon Health raises $100 million with strategies to expand pop-up clinics ahead of COVID-19 vaccination programs

Carbon Health raises $100 million with strategies to expand pop-up clinics ahead of COVID-19 vaccination programs

Carbon Health has raised a$100 million Series C funding round, led by Dragoneer Financial investment Group and consisting of participation from previous financiers Brookfield Technology Partners, DCVC and Builders VC. This financing will be used to assist the SF-based healthcare provider start-up to continue to broaden its nationwide footprint, including with the opening of 100 pop-up […]…

Bipedal robot developer Dexterity announces $20M raise

Bipedal robot developer Dexterity announces $20M raise

Agility, the Oregon State University spin-off behind Digit and Cassie, announced today that it has actually raised $20 million in financing. The current round, led by DCVC and Play ground Worldwide, brings the startup’s total funding approximately $29 million. Other current investors include TDK Ventures, MFV Partners, the Industrial Innovation Investment Corporation, Sony Development Fund […] Declared last year, Digit takes things an action further, constructing on the Cassie base to produce a package-delivery robot capable of navigating stairs and other terrain that would show hard for a more standard wheeled ‘bot. Dexterity plans to utilize the brand-new round of funding to deliver more of their robotics for a range of different applications. …

Rigetti raises $79M Series C for its quantum computing platform

Rigetti raises $79M Series C for its quantum computing platform

Rigetti Computing, the quantum computing startup that is tough industry heavyweights like IBM, Microsoft and D-Wave, today revealed that it has actually closed a $79 million Series C funding round. The round was led by Bessemer Endeavor Partners, with participation from Franklin Templeton, Alumni Ventures Group, DCVC, EDBI, Morpheus Ventures and Northgate Capital. Bessemer’s Tomer Diari […] , the quantum computing start-up that is challenging market heavyweights like IBM, Microsoft and D-Wave, today revealed that it has closed a $79 million Series C financing round.”It’s tough to find an area where quantum computing will not be greatly important once quantum benefit is attained,” stated Jonathan Curtis, vice president and portfolio manager at Franklin Equity Group. While quantum computing has long held a lot of promise, it’s in fact starting to make real strides in the last few years, with numerous companies developing working systems that aren’t quite powerful enough for a lot of real-world usage cases yet, but that reveal a lot of guarantee. …