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Benchling Closed a $100 Million Series F Mega-Round

What is Benchling and what does it do?

Benchling is a cloud-based software platform that aims to revolutionize R&D by bringing drug development into the cloud. The company supported two of the antibody treatments developed to treat Covid 19.

Who founded Benchling?

Benchling was founded in 2012 by Ashutosh Singhal, Cory Li, and Sajith Wickramasekara.

How much has Benchling raised?

Benchling raised a $100 million Series F mega-round, giving the company a valuation of $6.1 billion. The new funds will be used to expand the employee team, invest in research and product development, and expand internationally.

Who has invested in Benchling?

The round was co-led by US investment firm Franklin Templeto alongside existing investor Altimeter Capital. 

What domain name does Benchling operate on?

Benchling.com is the domain name this startup has chosen to operate on, it is perfectly matching their brand name, and the .com extension is what visitors intuitively lean towards when typing a web address.

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