Nov. 27, 2002 — Arryx Inc. said it has completed a $2.1 million third round of funding.
The Chicago-based developer of laser-based products for micro and nanoscale technologies said Draper Fisher Jurvetson, a founding investor, took part in the round. The firm did not disclose other participants, which included a private institution and individuals.
Arryx said it will use the money to demonstrate a developmental prototype for its second product, a cell sorter. The device is intended for the agricultural industry.
Arryx announced in July the sale of its first product, the BioRyx 200. It works with a microscope to manipulate hundreds of micro and nanoscale objects.