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Teranode Gets $900K Debt Deal

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Seattle-based Teranode, the maker of software to organize life sciences laboratories, has raised $900,000 in a debt financing, according to a regulatory filing. The document doesn’t say who invested, although Cameron Myhrvold of Bellevue, WA-based Ignition Partners is on the board. Teranode, a spinoff from the University of Washington, was founded in 2002, according to its website.