Syapse, a startup trying to build something akin to Google’s Knowledge Graph for medical data, has raised a $10 million series B round of venture capital from Safeguard Scientific and existing investor Social+Capital Partnership. We covered Syapse when it launched in January 2013, promising to help doctors make sense of the myriad data sources and data points associated with medical tests, from how a sample was extracted to the method used for analyzing it.
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