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Alloy raises $75m in venture funding to further its mission of open-source antibody technology discovery. It also spins out portfolio companies, like ophthalmic-focused Broadwing.
Since raising $135m in 2017 to address rare, monogenic diseases, BridgeBio has launched or purchased 17 companies and built a pipeline of 30-plus candidates. Scrip checked in as the company nears commercialization.
New York biotech is partnering with researchers at Columbia, Kansas State and Southern Research to address the pandemic.
Private Company Edition: The average exit from biopharma investments rose from $356.8m in 2019 to $520.6m in 2020, explaining the staggering $12bn invested in the industry during the first half of this year versus $17bn for all of last year. In recent VC deals, VelosBio’s $137m series B was the largest.
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