Evotec, BMS debut program to speed academic translational research

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

May 7, 2021 -- Evotec announced on May 6 a new program that aims to accelerate translational research from the U.K.'s academic life science ecosystem in collaboration with Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS).

The company launched beLab1407, a new $20 million program to identify and advance novel and breakthrough drug discovery opportunities across therapeutic areas from the U.K.'s top-tier academic institutions.

The program aims to advance innovation in therapeutics from academia to patient benefit, as well as creating spinout companies in the process.

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