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LAB10x aims to accelerate the commercialisation of the next generation of digital therapeutics and data-driven drug discovery from clinical artificial intelligence research and digital health innovations at Oxford University.

Sensyne Health, the British clinical artificial intelligence (AI) technology company, today announces that it has entered into a new strategic partnership with Evotec, a global drug discovery and development company, with Oxford University, Oxford University Innovation (OUI) and Oxford Sciences Innovation, the world’s largest IP investment company dedicated to a single university, aimed at accelerating the translation of research in the fields of clinical artificial intelligence and digital health at Oxford into breakthrough digital therapeutics, clinical AI algorithms and to accelerate data-driven drug discovery and development.

Read more (Oxford University Innovation website)

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