VCs invest in Cork-based light detector company

Cork-based firm Sensl has recently completed a small funding round and hopes to use the money to grow its business in the year ahead.

17th January, 2009

Cork-based firm Sensl has recently completed a small funding round and hopes to use the money to grow its business in the year ahead.

The firm develops light detectors and imaging systems that use silicon technology to count particles of light. The technology has a broad range of applications in medicine, industry and aviation.

Carl Jackson, the firm’s founder and head of sales, said the company had taken on about €200,000 through the business expansion...

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