There were three big investments in British startups this week. Elevator Pitch alumnus YPlan raised $24m, Creo took home $5.5m and Appear Here got $7.5m.
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NASA also made the news by sending a 3D printer into space.
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YPlan lays off staff, pivots and raises $24m [Tech City News]
Creo raises $5.5m for next-gen medical equipment [Tech City News]
Appear Here raises $7.5m from Balderton for even more popups [Tech City News]