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Corporate Biotech Incubators

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Corporate incubators at Pfizer and Biogen--designed to provide a supply of strategically aligned biotech assets to the parent pipeline--remain unproven. But they're among a range of experiments aimed at helping seed discovery-stage ventures

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