Funding Boom Time Continues For UK Life Sciences
Accounted For 60% Of Biotech Venture Capital Invested In Europe
Nearly £1.6bn was invested in the pharma, biotech and life sciences sector in the UK from March to May, which means £2.39bn has been raised in the year to date, more than in the whole of 2020.
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