September 16, 2020
Israeli "digital X-ray" company Nanox is fielding increased scrutiny and a sizable hit to its share prices following the publication of a scathing report and commentary that referred to the company as "Theranos 2.0."
The criticism was posted yesterday by activist short seller Andrew Left's Citron Research, an online stock analysis and commentary blog that has focused on identifying overpriced or...
August 3, 2020
Israeli "digital X-ray" startup Nanox filed a Form F-1 with the SEC on Friday that outlines plans to raise $125 million in an IPO.
The company has applied to list its shares on the Nasdaq exchange as "NNOX," and according to a representative has entered its quiet period prior to the IPO.
Nanox, which has raised $110 million from investors since November 2019, is building a two-part offering...
July 28, 2020
Israeli "digital X-ray" startup Nanox has secured another $59 million from unnamed "global investors."
The company now pegs its round total at $110 million, after combining today's news with investments announced since November of 2019. Contributors to those incremental raises included Foxconn, Fujifilm and SK Telecom.
WHAT IT DOES
The Israeli company is developing a two-pronged offering...
January 23, 2020
Nanox, the maker of a so-called “digital X-ray device” and an accompanying software platform, has raised $26 million in a new round of funding, bringing its total to roughly $55 million. The company highlighted the participation of its newest strategic investor Foxconn, as well as the support of previous backers such as Fujifilm and SK Telecom.
WHAT THEY DO
The Israeli company is developing a two...
August 9, 2016
Israel-based Check-Cap, a clinical stage medical diagnostics company that is working on an ingestible sensor capsule to screen for colorectal cancer, has entered into an agreement with a single healthcare company for $5.9 million in financing. Check-Cap, which does not have a commercial product as of yet, will use the net proceeds from the offering to advance the ongoing clinical development of...
April 17, 2009
Canadian radiologist Dr Mark Baerlocher partnered with Tidal Pool Software to develop an iPhone application that estimates a person's exposure to radiation from X-ray machines, CT scans and other known sources, according to a report from medGadget. The app, called Radiation Passport, costs about $3 and crunches metrics the user enters in about their lifestyle and medical tests taken -- then, it...