GSK socks $50M into venture fund backing biotech startups

GlaxoSmithKline ($GSK) put up $50 million of a $250 million life sciences fund, assembled by San Mateo, CA-based Sanderling Ventures, to help fill a geographic gap in their strategy to seed new biotech startups. Report

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