Swiss Startup Life Biosystems Signs 10-Year ‘In Silico Discovery’ Deal with MD Anderson | GenomeWeb
Life Biosystems, a Basel, Switzerland-based “in silico-discovery” startup, this week said that it has signed a wide-ranging 10-year collaborative research partnership with MD Anderson Cancer Center.
 
Life Biosystems officials said the agreement is key to the company’s business strategy because it provides clinical data that will drive its discovery efforts, as well as access to research partners at the institute that can help validate the company’s discoveries.
 

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