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eureKARE | July 07, 2021
eureKARE, a pioneering new company focused on financing and building next-generation biotechnology companies in the disruptive fields of the microbiome and synthetic biology, today announced an agreement with DNAlytics, a Belgian company applying data sciences to healthcare, to develop eureKARE's proprietary Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform to support its Biotech start-upstart-up studios, eureKARE.
Unlike conventional start-upstart-up incubation methods, which begin with ...
Partek® Incorporated | August 20, 2021
Partek® Incorporated announced today they have entered into an agreement with Agilent to integrate Partek® Flow® bioinformatics software with the Agilent Alissa Clinical Informatics Platform. This integration delivers a complete end-to-end analysis workflow that is robust, flexible, and customizable to meet Agilent customer demands. Partek has also made available the Agilent pipeline for RNA-Seq inside Partek Flow. In addition, the agreement allows Agilent to resell Partek Flow softw...
Deargen | April 12, 2021
Deargen, a drug research and development biotech company based on artificial intelligence (AI), announced on April 9 that it presented study results on controlled molecule generator (CMG) technology at the ACM Conference on Health, Inference, and Learning (ACM CHIL) 2021. CMG technology can modify many properties of molecules at the same time.
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), based in New York, is one of the world's most prominent academic organizations. The ACM ...
FierceBiotech | February 10, 2020
A £550 million ($711 million) deal to find new homes for Neil Woodford’s biotech holdings has collapsed, raising the prospect that stakes in companies including Immunocore will be auctioned off for knock-down prices. Woodford became a go-to source of money for private British biotechs in the years after he left Invesco to set up his own fund. However, the illiquid nature of Woodford’s holdings in such companies became a problem as more and more investors began taking money out ...
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