Lion Shutters iD3 Business; 86 Staffers in Heidelberg, San Diego Let Go | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Sept. 6 - Almost three months to the day after it said it wanted to sell off its iD3 drug-discovery business and focus more on core IT, Lion Bioscience has opted to shut down the unit altogether.

 

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