Biotech firm BlackLabBio has been spun out from the University College Dublin to commercialise engineered protein products. The Ireland-based firm, which has launched with €500,000 ($690k) in support from the Science Foundation Ireland and government agency Enterprise Ireland, is targeting large biotech companies with its products, and is already working with Novartis and AstraZeneca. It…
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