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Evaxion Biotech Uses AI To Develop Anticancer And Antimicrobial Vaccines

   by BiopharmaTrend    2673

This is an interview with Niels Iversen Møller, a CEO, and Co-founder of Evaxion Biotech -- an immuno-informatics biotech from Denmark.

Evaxion Biotech uses its machine learning-based platform to compare DNAs of tumor cells and DNAs healthy cells and identify mutations that are critical for the disease. This data is further used to design anticancer vaccines.

8 Biopharma Trends and Top Startups to Follow in 2017

   by Andrii Buvailo    8598

Pharmaceutical industry is rapidly evolving, influenced by emerging novel technologies and recent advances in Life Sciences and Big Data analysis, new government policies and regulations, and a changing market conjuncture.

Let’s review some of the most powerful trends that will dominate the industry in 2017 and promising biopharmaceutical startups riding their waves.

Copenhagen-based Biotech Pcovery To Extend Collaboration With Enamine

   by Andrii Buvailo    2987

Founded in 2009, Pcovery is a Danish biotech startup company involved in drug discovery to fight invasive fungal infections. On November 22, 2016 Pcovery announced the extension of collaboration with a leading producer of building blocks and screening libraries -- Enamine Ltd. In the ongoing drug discovery program, Pcovery will utilize Enamine’s experience in synthesis of small compound libraries and singletons, route scouting, process optimization, and scale-up of lead compounds.

The Time for Breakthroughs in Antibiotics: 10 Biotech Startups Fighting Bacterial Resistance

   by Andrii Buvailo    4681

Since a revolutionary discovery of penicillin in 1928 by Scottish bacteriologist and Nobel laureate Alexander Fleming, numerous inventions of new antibiotic classes followed which brought medicine to a new level allowing to provide humans with unprecedented protection against deadly infections, used to kill millions of people in the previous centuries.