News & Events

Upcoming Events

6th Annual CAR TCR Summit

Visit us the CAR-TCR Summit where we will be presenting Transforming Spheroid Analysis with Flow Cytometry: Rapid, Multi-Parameter Analysis of Live, Intact Spheroids in Suspension during the Tech Slam portion of the event.

SLAS 2022

SLAS2022

Join us at SLAS2022 in Boston to see the Velocyt® and engage with our team.

Bennubio News and Announcements

BennuBio moves into larger facility

January 27, 2021

In response to continuing success of their novel large particle flow cytometer, BennuBio has moved to a larger facility to consolidate engineering, administrative and laboratory in one building. Formerly located in the WESST Enterprise Center, and with shared laboratory space at TriCore Reference Laboratories, BennuBio is now located at 6610 Gulton Ct. NE in Albuquerque. CEO, Steven Graves stated, “A larger…

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BennuBio Hires Matthew Hess as COO

January 27, 2021

BennuBio has hired Matthew Hess as Chief Operations Officer. He has over 20 years experience helping start-up companies bring technology to market. With a background in software engineering and experience in life sciences tools and flow cytometry, he was instrumental in the success of Intellicyt, a local company, which pioneered the concept of high-throughput flow cytometry. After over a decade at…

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Spherical Analysis

August 19, 2020

Medical device startup BennuBio Inc. won a $1 million National Institutes of Health grant to add rapid analysis capability for complex, three-dimensional cellular “spheroids” to its existing cell-screening technology.

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BennuBio Inc. Receives $1 Million Grant For Novel Biological Screening Technology Development

August 19, 2020

BennuBio was awarded an NIH (National Institute of Health) SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) grant that will advance the Company’s development of a novel analytic tool for 3D tissue models.

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BennuBio, Inc. Announces $5 Million in New Financing

March 30, 2020

BennuBio, Inc., a provider of advanced cell and particle instrumentation for the life science market, today announced it has closed on $5 million of a $7 million financing round.

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Science of the World

BennuBio, Inc. Announces $5 Million in New Financing

March 28, 2020

The Series B financing was led by new investor Co-Win Ventures with additional investment by existing investors Tramway Venture Partners, Cottonwood Technology Fund, and Sun Mountain Capital. In connection with the financing, Xin Huang of Co-Win Ventures will join BennuBio’s Board of Directors.

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BennuBio, Inc. Announces $5 Million in New Financing

March 26, 2020

The Series B financing was led by new investor Co-Win Ventures with additional investment by existing investors Tramway Venture Partners, Cottonwood Technology Fund, and Sun Mountain Capital. In connection with the financing, Xin Huang of Co-Win Ventures will join BennuBio’s Board of Directors.

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NM Series A Funding for BennuBio

April 5, 2019

Governor Susana Martinez Announces $1.5 Million in Series A Funding for Local Tech Company BennuBio Receives Catalyst Fund Investment Albuquerque, N.M. – Today, Governor Susana Martinez announced that BennuBio, Inc. will receive a Catalyst Fund investment of $1.5 million from Tramway Venture Partners, Cottonwood Technology Fund and Sun Mountain Capital. This investment will help BennuBio develop high throughput flow cytometers. BennuBio is…

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Building on Strengths

April 3, 2019

BennuBio, the latest Albuquerque startup to win state-backed venture funding, is riding a surge in local efforts to turn New Mexico into a national hub for biotechnology. The company recently won a $1.5 million investment in August from Tramway Venture Partners and Cottonwood Technology to market a new University of New Mexico breakthrough that could accelerate tissue processing rates for research…

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Local tech startup to receive over $1 million in funding

October 17, 2018
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Invest Southwest Reveals 2019 Venture Madness Finalists

September 10, 2018
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U of New Mexico Start-up Develops Method to Rapidly Scan Cells for Diagnostics and Drug Development

September 4, 2018
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