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Recipharm pairs up with Adroit for chemistry services

Contract drug developer Recipharm has inked a deal with Adroit Science to join forces in drug formulation.

Ergomed reaches into Asia on the hunt for co-development deals

U.K. contractor Ergomed has made Asian landfall, opening an office in Taiwan with eyes on forging traditional CRO deals and signing risk-sharing agreements with drugmakers.

BioClinica expands in NC after a string of buyouts

Clinical trial service provider BioClinica is stretching out in the biopharma hotbed of Research Triangle Park, NC, opening a new operation to play a bigger role in drug development in the region.

Icon taps Carnegie Mellon to help patients better understand trials

When patients sign up for a clinical trial, how well do they understand the risks, requirements and restrictions that come with it? Icon, a global CRO that handles thousands of studies a year, is working with behavioral scientists at Carnegie Mellon University to study how investigators can improve the informed consent process.

Quintiles taps Google partner Tute Genomics for R&D

Quintiles, the world's largest CRO, has reached out to startup Tute Genomics for access to its database of 8.5 billion annotations of genetic variants.

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