Green Bay venture capital firm TitletownTech’s latest investment is in Chicago-area biosensor company Stemloop Inc., which aims to solve the problem of unsafe drinking water.

The financing from TitletownTech, a partnership between the Green Bay Packers and Microsoft, will help Stemloop launch its first product: A home test to detect lead in drinking water.

Stemloop was spun out of Northwestern University and aims to leverage biology to sense and respond to challenges in biomanufacturing, the environment and human health, according to an Oct. 18 press release from TitletownTech. Stemloop founder and CEO Khalid Alam first began working on the startup as a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern’s Center for Synthetic Biology.

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