Franz Bozsak, CEO and cofounder of Sensome, explaining the technology. 

By Laura Lovett June 11, 2018
Paris-based Sensome, a company that makes sensors to identify biological tissues, just landed $5.4 million (4.6 euro) in a funding round led by Kurma Partners. The latest funding is expected to help the startup bring its smart stroke guidewire, the Clotild, to market.  “This financing round will enable us to bring Clotild through clinical testing and to the European market, and to explore the...