The proceeds included 1.9 million pounds (2.2 million euros) in the form of a convertible loan note from new and existing investors. That investment was then matched by the U.K. government's Future Fund initiative, according to Micrima.
The company said it would use the new financing to fund its next stage of development and commercialization. Micrima plans to launch the seventh version of its Maria radiowave breast-screening technology later this year.
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