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The Sciety syndicate invests in Synartro Synartro is developing a novel therapy for knee osteoarthritis.

Synartro

Osteoarthritis affects more than 240 million people globally. Synartro is developing a novel therapy for knee osteoarthritis with fewer side effects and improved efficacy to meet the needs of the ageing population.

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Cavis Technologies

Cavis Technologies has developed a combined guidewire/catheter, Wirecath®, for diagnosis of people with coronary heart disease. Wirecath® is expected to provide important clinical benefits.

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Elypta

Elypta has developed a new method for early cancer diagnosis. Liquid Biopsy is a rapidly growing field that is expected to be of great importance for cancer diagnosis.

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Athera Biotechnologies

The company is in Phase II with a pharmaceutical candidate for a life-threatening illness for which there are currently no sufficient therapies.

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Exits

Inhalation Sciences

Inhalation Sciences’ technology is used by prominent players within the chemical and pharma sectors to study how airborne particles impact the human body.

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Attana

With Attana’s patented technology, pharmaceutical companies can evaluate, in an early development stage, how drug candidates impact the body and can identify the risk of side effects.

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Raytelligence

Raytelligence has developed a unique, non-intrusive radar sensor and cloud platform for monitoring vital signs, such as respiration, heartbeat and position and movement. The company is aimed at elderly care in the home.

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Liv Diagnostics

Tumor cell proliferation causes 90% of all cancer deaths. Liv Diagnostics is developing new technology to measure the spreading capacity of tumor cells and provide predictive information on the risk of metastasis.

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