Startup in maker education endorsed by Steve Wozniak secures $2.1M seed round to expand product offering to educators and students across the world

Piper, a startup that empowers budding inventors with its DIY computer kit for kids, announced $2.1 million in seed funding. The investment arrives as the company looks to expand its product offering to allow educators and students to learn about, and build creatively with technology, code and electronics.

The additional financing comes from a group of mission-driven investors including Princeton University, Reach Capital, 500 Startups, FoundersXFund, Jaan Tallinn (co-founder of Skype), and Jay Silver (founder of Makey...

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