ISB Partner Accelerator Corrals $22.5M for Bioscience Start-ups | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Accelerator, a Seattle-based biotech investment and development organization affiliated with the Institute for Systems Biology, has landed over $22.5 million in financing commitments from several sources.
Accelerator, which formed in 2003 and has helped to raise a total of $130 million for itself and for start-ups, said it will look to use the funds to "identify, evaluate, finance and manage emerging biotechnology opportunities."

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