Friday February 28, 2020

€1.8m seed funding to pulse life into medtech start-up

28th April, 2019
Declan Soden, chief executive, Mirai Medical Picture: Clare Keogh

Mirai Medical, the medtech start-up developing a new outpatient cancer treatment, has closed a seed funding round worth €1.8 million from sources including private investors and state agency Enterprise Ireland.

Established in 2015 as a spin-out of University College Cork, Mirai is using research carried out over 15 years at Cork Cancer Research Centre on the use of electricity to treat cancer.

The start-up has developed a series of medical devices that harness electricity to deliver targeted...

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