Orange Grove CEO: Korean Opportunities A Priority In Global Expansion
Bridge Between US, Korean Biotech
US-based Orange Grove Bio inks first international partnerships with Korean universities, laying the foundation for its planned role as a bridge between the biotech industries in the two countries and to identify, develop and commercialize novel assets emerging from academic research.
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