Roivant joins forces with Korea’s iNtRON Bio to fight superbugs; Evotec inks deal to leverage AI to develop drugs

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November 21, 2018

Roivant joins forces with Korea’s iNtRON Bio to fight superbugs; Evotec inks deal to leverage AI to develop drugs

OMass Therapeutics, which was spun out of Oxford in 2016, has secured £14 million in a Series A round of funding led by Syncona, the life sciences investment arm of the Wellcome Trust that has also invested in another Oxford spinout called Nightstar Therapeutics. OMass uses mass spectrometry platforms to discover and develop therapeutics…

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