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Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Werewolf Therapeutics, an oncology biotherapeutics company, has secured $56 million in Series A financing. MPM Capital and Longwood Fund led the round with participation from Taiho Ventures, Arkin Bio Ventures, UPMC Enterprises and DC Investment Partners. In conjunction with the funding, Werewolf Therapeutics has named Dr Daniel J. Hicklin as president and CEO.
Fermented Sciences, a maker of the organic hard kombucha brand Flying Embers, has secured $25 million in Series B funding. Ecosystem Integrity Fund and PowerPlant Ventures led the round.
Alhambra, California-based Parabol, a new meeting app for agile teams and remote workers, has raised $4 million in funding. CRV led the round with participation from Haystack and Slack Fund.
Seattle and Los Angeles-based Mythical Games, a next-generation game technology studio, has raised $19 million in funding. Javelin Venture Partners led the round with participation from other investors that included Avon Ventures, Alumni Ventures, Hashed and Struck Capital.
London-based Causaly, a AI company that teaches computers to read, understand and interpret biomedical knowledge, has secured $4.8 million in Series A funding. Pentech Ventures and EBRD Venture Capital led the round with participation from Marathon Venture Capital.
Seattle-based Picnic, a provider of food production technology and robotics-as-a-service solutions, has secured $5 million in funding. Creative Ventures led the round.
CyberCube Analytics, a cyber risk analytics company for the insurance industry, has raised $35 million in Series B funding. HSCM Bermuda and ForgePoint Capital led the round. In addition to the funding, Michael Millette, founder and managing partner at HSCM Bermuda, will join CyberCube’s board of directors.
Houston-based GoExpedi, an e-commerce, supply chain and analytics company, has raised $25 million in Series B funding. Top Tier Capital Partners led the round.
Dream Games, a Turkish mobile gaming company, has secured $7.5 million in funding. Makers Fund led the round with participation from Balderton Capital.
Neon Pagamentos said Nov. 19 that it raised R$400 million ($95.3 million) in a Series B round led by General Atlantic and Banco Votorantim. Also investing were venture capital funds Monashees, Omidyar Network, Propel, Quona and Mabi, and existing Series A investors. Neon Pagamentos, of São Paulo, is a Brazailian fintech.
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