Akermin raises $5 million in Series A-2 funding - now time to upgrade the team

Akermin, a St. Louis-based developer of biocatalyst stabilization technology and enzymatic fuel cells, has raised nearly $5 million in Series A-2 funding. Return backers include Prolog Ventures, OnPoint Technologies, Chrysalix Energy, and the St. Louis Arch Angels. The funds will support the develop...

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