Dec 01, 2015

Big data business that analyzes how infectious diseases spread secures Series A financing - MedCity NewsMedCity News

BlueDot, a spinout from St. Michael’s Hospital at the University of Toronto that uses big data to track and analyze risks posed by global infectious diseases, has closed a Series A round. Horizons Ventures was the main investor — it’s the private investment arm of Asian businessman Li Ka-shing, according to a company statement. The move comes as analytical tools are increasingly being used by...

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