Investors: Versant Ventures (led), Alexandria Real Estate Equities, ARCH Venture Partners, OVP Venture Partners and WRF Capital.
Details: Develops microRNAtherapeutics. The company had raised a $3.6M Series A round in 2008. Brian Atwood, managing director of Versant, has joined the board.
Alphabet Energy Inc.
Investors: Claremont Creek Ventures and the CalCEF Clean Energy Angel Fund.
Details: Develops inexpensive waste heat recovery technology.
Investors: Draper Fisher Jurvetson (led), The Westly Group, Kleiner Perkins, Cyrus Capital, Angeleno Group, Element Partners, Morgan Stanley, Advanced Equities, Omninet and Nimes Capital.
Details: Develops biofuel yield enhancement technologies. The company previously raised more than $33M.
Investors: Greylock Partners and Lightspeed Venture Partners.
Details: Provides application for monitoring the performance of applications. The company has now raised $16.5M in funding.
Investors: Intel Capital, Noro-Moseley Partners and TDFunds.
Details: Provides virtualization technology platform. The round now stands at about $40M, including past commitments from Columbia Capital and Blue Lagoon Capital.
Assured Labor Inc.
Investors: Nexus Venture Partners, Kima Ventures and individual investors Michael Van Swaaij (former CEO and chairman of Skype) and Fabrice Grinda (CEO of OLX.com).
Details: Develops an online and mobile marketplace for jobs in emerging markets.
San Mateo, Calif.
Investors: Intel Capital.
Details: Operates an online site for family caregivers about eldercare. The company previously raised $16M from Shasta Ventures, DCM and Split Rock Partners.
Internet Pawn Inc.
Investors: Daylight Partners and Access Ventures.
Details: Operates an online pawn shop. Rocky Mountain, a partner at Daylight Partners, has joined the board.
Investors: Lightspeed Venture Partners (led), U.S. Venture Partners, Grotech Ventures and Revolution LLC.
Details: Operates a social discovery and cataloging network and provides Facebook apps Visual Bookshelf and Pick Your Five. The company previously raised $30M, including a $25M Series B round last month.
Details: Helps users create standard legal documents via an online platform. The funding is the first close of a $7.6M funding round, according to a regulatory filing. The only new board member listed is Philip Dur, a managing director in the Menlo Park, Calif.-based office of Investor Growth Capital. The company previously raised capital from Lexis-Nexis. Dan Nye, former CEO of LinkedIn, took over as the company’s CEO back in March.
Investors: Union Square Ventures (led) and individual investors Ron Conway, Chris Dixon, Caterina Fake, Naval Ravikant, Nirav Tolia, Joshua Schachter, Micah Siegel and Bob Paske.
Details: Operates a free Q&A site for programmers. The site was developed by New York based programmer Joel Spolsky, author of the blog Joel on Software.
Investors: Spark Ventures (led) and individual investors, including Mark Shuttleworth (Thawte founder, Ubuntu); Thomas Lehrman (Gerson Lehrman Group co-founder) and Rupert Pennant-Rea (Chairman of The Economist).
Details: Operates a social sharing site for academic researchers.
Investors: Grotech Ventures and Jean and Steve Case.
Details: Operates a personal financial website.
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Investors: Good Capital, Serious Change Fund and Renewal2 Investment Fund.
Details: Makes organic, fair trade food products. Ben Cohen, co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s, has joined the board.
Investors: Investor Growth Capital (led), Peacock Equity Fund and Reed Elsevier Ventures.
Details: Provides online health information services.
Management Health Solutions Inc.
Investors: Enhanced Equity Fund (led) and Radius Ventures.
Details: Provides supply chain management solutions to hospitals. The Series B investment was used to fund the company’s recent acquisition of AtPar, Inc., a provider of mobile technology solutions for managing clinical supply inventories.
Qliance Medical Management Inc.
Investors: Bezos Expedition (led), MSD Capital, Second Avenue Partners, New Atlantic Ventures, Clear Fir Partners and individual investor Drew Carey.
Details: Operates insurance-free direct primary care clinics in the state of Washington. The company previously raised $7.5M in funding. Bezos Expeditions is the personal investment company of Jeff Bezos; MSD Capital is the private investment firm of Michael Dell and Drew Carey is an actor and co-owner of the Seattle Sounders soccer team.
Santa Barbara, Calif.
Investors: Beringea (led), Galen Partners, InvestCare Partners and Twenty One East Victoria
Details: Provides remote telemedicine solutions.
Investors: Rho Canada Ventures (led), Castile Ventures, Formative Ventures, Retro Venture Partners and The Entrepreneurs’ Fund III.
Details: Provides marketing measurement and optimization solutions. The company previously raised about $9M.
Investors: UV Partners (led) and Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments.
Details: Operates a mobile advertising network. The company previously raised $3M in funding.
Wildfire Interactive Inc.
Palo Alto, Calif.
Investors: Summit Partners (led) and individual investors Jeff Clavier, Aydin Senkut and Gary Vaynerchuk.
Details: Develops social media marketing software.
Santa Monica, Calif.
Investors: Maveron Capital.
Details: Operates an online news site focused on the entertainment and media markets. The company was founded by Sharon Waxman, former Hollywood correspondent for The New York Times. Ben Choi, principal of Maveron, has joined the board.
Investors: Essex Woodlands Health Ventures, Investor Growth Capital, General Catalyst, De Novo Ventures, Spray Ventures and Quaker Bio Ventures.
Details: Develops a device to diagnose and treat chronic dry eye disease.
XOS Digital Inc.
Investors: NewSpring Capital, Dublin Capital, Blue Chip Venture Co. and Beechtree Capital.
Details: Provides content management and digital technology solutions for collegiate and professional sports organizations. Glenn Rieger, general partner of NewSpring, has joined the board.
San Jose, Calif.
Investors: Alloy Ventures and North Bridge Venture Partners.
Details: Provides a network infrastructure.
Netronome Systems Inc.
Cranberry Township, Pa.
Investors: DFJ Esprit, Raptor Group, Top Technology Ventures and Tudor Ventures.
Details: Provides network flow processors. DFJ Esprit also is an existing shareholder, based on its acquisition of 3i Group’s Netronome stake via a direct secondary portfolio acquisition.
SmartZip Analytics Inc.
Investors: Intel Capital.
Details: Provides independent investment ratings and analysis for residential real estate.
Los Altos, Calif.
Investors: Bridgescale Partners (led), Mohr Davidow Ventures, Leapfrog Ventures and Crosslink Capital.
Details: Provides secure portable computing solutions.
Los Gatos, Calif.
Details: Develops low-power CMOS semiconductor technology. Forest Baskett of New Enterprise Associates is listed as a new board member. The company previously raised just over $20M from August Capital, DAG Ventures and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
San Carlos, Calif.
Investors: Tenaya Capital (led), Benchmark Capital and Sequoia Capital.
Details: Provides content delivery and site acceleration services. The company previously raised more than $7M in funding. Tom Banahan, managing director of Tenaya Capital, has joined the board.
Investors: iNovia Capital.
Details: Develops smart phone utility software. The company previously raised about $2M from Rho Ventures Canada and Extreme Venture Partners.
San Mateo, Calif.
Investors: Mayfield Fund (led), InterWest Partners and Storm Ventures.
Details: Develops lead management software. The company previously raised $22M in funding.
San Mateo, Calif.
Investors: Andreessen Horowitz and Greylock Partners.
Details: Develops analytics software. The funding is the first close of a $6M funding round, according to a regulatory filing. The stealth-mode company was co-founded by former Greylock entrepreneur-in-residence Christian Gheorghe.
Investors: Austin Ventures and Mayfield Fund.
Details: Provides enterprise feedback management solutions. The company previously raised more than $10M in funding.
Investors: Foundation Capital and Global Environment Fund.
Details: Provides wireless technology solutions for the vending industry. The company previously raised $6M in funding.