Arix To Nurture Next Generation Biotechs After UK IPO
The supply of "permanent" capital and the desire to be involved operationally in new life science companies are some of the aims of Arix Bioscience, a UK company aiming to float on the London Stock Exchange, possibly by the end of this month.
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