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MC10 Raises $19.8M

2013-12-30
CAMBRIDGE, MA, Developer of electronics that stretch and bend with the body's movements, has raised $19.8 million in new equity funding.
According to the Boston Business Journal, MC10, a developer of electronics that stretch and bend with the body's movements, has raised $19.8 million in new equity funding.

In 2008, founder Professor John Rogers of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign came up with something that would change our lives - stretchable circuits. We've taken Rogers' brilliant stretchable electronics platform out of the lab and into commercial product development with best-in-class partners who share our vision for extending human capabilities and pushing the status quo.

We're developing revolutionary products that transform the way we think about electronics and their interaction with the human body and we're building the best team of innovators, builders, and problem solvers to make that happen.
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