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Scientific advances and new players in adjacent sectors such as big tech open the door for innovative biopharma collaborations.
Therapeutic areas and unmet needs drive big company decision-making about when and what technologies to bring in from external sources, executives explained during a panel at the 2020 Cell and Gene Therapy Meeting on the Mesa.
The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered extraordinary levels of collaboration. But competition remains, and many newly created coalitions have yet to be stress tested.
A two and half year-old partnership between Adaptive Biotechnologies and Microsoft that began with a focus on Lyme disease has transitioned to mapping immune responses to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. By identifying and matching T cell receptors to antigens associated with the virus – and leveraging the power of machine learning – the companies hope to improve COVID-19 vaccine development, locate potential antibodies for drug development and create better, more sensitive diagnostics.
The entry of tech giants Amazon and Alphabet into healthcare has the potential to disrupt the industry, but can established pharma players partner with them in the move towards a customer and data-oriented future? Panelists from Gilead, Merck KGaA, Bristol-Myers Squibb and others deliberated the question at a recent summit.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 has seen a hectic pace of cancer deal-making, including the two largest biopharma M&A deals of the year and 24 deals with upfront value of at least $100m.
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