CARB-X Partnership Puts Antibiotics' Future In Biotech Startups' Hands
The biotech startups that will be supported by a new transatlantic public-private partnership could end up with innovative products enticing enough to get some large biopharmaceutical firms back into the antibiotic game.
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Finance Watch: 5AM, Longevity Close Funds, New Incubators Launch To Support Early-Stage Companies
News of 5AM's two latest venture funds follows the launch of Longevity Vision Fund as well as LA BioMed's and RUNLABS’ announcements that they will open new incubators in 2019. Also, Passage Bio launches with $115.5m, but the largest recent VC deal was HaiHe's $146.6m financing.