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Underline Science Gets New Funding to Help Build Its Digital Video Library

Underline Science, which recently launched the Underline Digital Video Library (DVL), has raised $2.5 million as part of a Pre-Series A round of funding led by venture capital firms South Central Ventures and Dutch Founders Fund. As a result, South Central Ventures’ Jure Mikuz and Dutch Founders Fund’s Laurens Groenendijk are joining Underline Science’s board of directors. The new funding will help Underline Science enhance DVL’s features and content.

According to the press release, “The mission of Underline [Science] is to improve researchers’ access to quality scientific conference lecture video content. Historically, if you did not attend a scientific conference, you would miss out on all of the conference’s lectures. … DVL contains 26,000+ videos (Health Sciences, Life Sciences, Engineering, Technology, Social Sciences, and Humanities). The video content [is] from the world’s prestigious scientific societies and universities, like IEEE, Endocrine, AIP, lecturers from MIT, Harvard, Facebook, Google, etc. Each video is complete with abstract, English transcription, bio, picture of the author, and most importantly, a DOI (digital object identifier), which ensures that the video can be searched and discovered.”

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