Danish software company Atomistix gains further investment, and seeks more  

Copenhagen based Atomistix has gained a DKK 10 mn investment from an existing investor, but says it will need fresh capital later this year

Danish software company Atomistix has gained a DKK 10 mn (USD 1.8 mn) investment from existing investor Dansk Kapitalanlæg to further develop the company's products. Atomistix is a leading provider of software solutions for development of nanotechnologies. It recently launched Virtual NanoLab, a user friendly product for simulation and analysis of atomic scale properties of nanoscale devices.


Thomas Magnussen, managing director of Atomistix says the company will need new capital later this year and hopes the money will come from a foreign investor.


Atomistix was founded in 2003 as a start-up company based on nano-research at Copenhagen University and the Technical University of Denmark. Atomistix is headquartered at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen and has premises in Singapore and Montreal. Investors include Dansk Kapitalanlæg, CAT Seed and CAT Symbion Innovation.


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