Main Sequence Ventures

Main Sequence Ventures

Main Sequence Ventures is a venture capital that is interested in building global industries

Main Sequence Ventures is a venture capital that is interested in building global industries. The firm was founded by Bill Bartee, Martin Duursma, Mike Nicholls, Mike Zimmerman, and Phil Morle, in 2017, in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

The firm is interested in companies that leverage deep tech and frontier technologies. Investments go to companies such as CSIRO, Advanced Navigation, v2food, Q-CTRL, Kapiche, and Lumachain. Main Sequence Ventures is interested in being a lead investor during Series A through B, seed, and venture rounds.

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Funded Companies

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Description
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Indee Labs

Indee Labs focuses on the development of microfluidic vortex shedding for rapidly and efficiently transfecting human primary immune cells with negligible perturbation. The team is focused on developing its core technology for short turnaround chimeric antigen receptor T cell (CAR-T) development and manufacturing.

Biotechnology
Genetics
Genetic engineering
Immunotherapy
Drug discovery
Synthetic biology
Medical device
Chimeric antigen receptor
Cancer immunotherapy
Regenerative medicine
Cell therapy
Biopharmaceutical
Oncology
Therapeutics
San Francisco
Berkeley, California
Q-CTRL

Company developing software for quantum technologies

Software
Quantum computing
Cloud computing
Sydney
Emesent

Emesent is a drones company.

Drones
Myriota

Myriota is an Australia-based internet of things company.

Internet of things (IoT)
Australia
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Bill Bartee

Founder

Mike Nicholls

Founder

Mike Zimmerman

Founder

Phil Morle

Founder

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Loren Webb
November 25, 2019
Dynamic Business
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