The biomedical startup EpiBone, known for CNC milling animal bone and binding it with the patient’s fat cells for bone implants, has just received major financial financial backing from Plum Alley Investments. The investment firm, which is a private membership started by Deborah Jackson and Andrea Turner Moffit to support promising female entrepreneurs and gender-diverse teams, announced the closing of a $560,000 syndicate in EpiBone. The investment was made on top of other funders, which included the Partnership Fund for NYC, Breakout Labs, and other noted angel and institutional investors, which altogether brought in a multi-million dollar capital raise for EpiBone. Read more at