A new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers shows that $318 million was invested in early-stage Maryland companies between April and June, reports the Baltimore Sun.
- Precision for Medicine, Inc., which offers services for medical drug discovery and is based in Chevy Chase, raised $150 million, which “was the highest amount any business in the country raised in the quarter.”
- Intrexon Corp., a biotech firm based in Germantown that can be found online at DNA.com, raised $85.6 million. In case you missed it, Intrexon has filed paperwork with the SEC to launch an IPO this year.
- Videology, the online advertising tech company (which Technically Baltimore covered here) started by the cofounders of Advertising.com, raised $60 million.
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