Syntekabio Aiming To Be Pharma Companion In AI-Driven Drug Development
Syntekabio is at the forefront of artificial intelligence-driven new drug development in South Korea. Its CEO Tyson Kim talks to Scrip how the genome big data and AI platform company is helping the pharma industry to develop new drugs more efficiently and rapidly.
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