Bayer, Evotec Alliances Create 'Virtual' Specialized Businesses With Finite Goals
On the sidelines of the BIO-Europe partnering conference, held in Cologne, Germany, Dr Joerg Moeller, head of development for Bayer's pharmaceuticals division, and Evotec CEO Dr Werner Lanthaler tell Scrip why their partnerships work and what challenges they have overcome to create short-term syndicated businesses with specific therapeutic focuses.
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