Cincinnati startup, Enable Injections Inc. closed a $30 million Series A round led by ORI Healthcare Fund. This is one of the largest investments in a Cincinnati company ever made by venture capitalists.

NeuroTherapia Inc., a Cleveland Clinic spinoff company, could receive up to $1.7 million from the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation to advance its NTRX-07 drug toward human clinical trials.

Rev1 Ventures has partnered with Nationwide Children’s Hospital to launch a $5.5 million life sciences fund.

Milo Biotechnology, a gene therapy company based in Cleveland, has become the first business to get an investment from both JumpStart and Rev1 Ventures.

The Obama administration announced more than $80 million in funding to support projects across the country as part of the Smart Cities initiative. This will include Columbus, which won the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge in June.

CincyTech, a seed-stage investor in digital and life science companies in Southwest Ohio, has made an investment in Over-the-Rhine-based Losant.

Cincinnati tech startup Astronomer received a $1.9 million seed round led by seed-stage investor CincyTech.