The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) today announced six new grants totaling $930,000 to Massachusetts companies to support R&D collaborations through the agency’s Universal Partnerships (UP) Program.
- Akili Interactive Labs (Boston) was granted $190,000 for collaboration with Starlab in Barcelona Spain.
- DetectoGen (Westborough) was granted $200,000 for their work with the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais in Brazil.
- LX Medical (Westwood) was granted $70,000 for collaboration with BC Cancer Agency Research Center in Vancouver, Canada.
- Agile Devices (Cambridge) was granted $100,000 for their work with Agile MV, a company that specializes in catheter-based products in Montreal, Canada.
- Akrivis Technologies (Salem & Cambridge) was granted $174,705 for collaboration with CEA-Leti in Grenoble France.
- Revolution Biosciences (Boston) was granted $195,000 for their work with Merck Serono in Darmstadt, Germany.