Korean Pharma Taking To Open Innovation In Diverse Ways
The South Korean biopharma sector is adopting new approaches to beef up original R&D including open innovation, with Hanmi and LegoChem both recently setting up new operations to pursue collaborations as they look to expand internationally.
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