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Exscientia receives $1.5m Gates Foundation grant for AI-designed Covid-19 drugs

July 12, 2021, by Darcy Jimenez

UK-based artificial intelligence (AI) drug discovery company Exscientia has received a $1.5m grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Gates Philanthropy Partners to ...

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Exscientia steps up AI-powered drug discovery with $60M Allcyte acquisition

June 15, 2021, by Andrea Park

Exscientia steps up AI-powered drug discovery with $60M Allcyte acquisition apark Tue, 06/15/2021 – 09:28

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Exscientia announces multi-target, AI-driven drug discovery collaboration with Bristol Myers Squibb

May 19, 2021, by Business Wire Technology News

OXFORD, England–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Exscientia, the clinical stage, Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven pharmatech company, announced today that it has entered into a collaboration agreement with Bristol-Myers Squibb Company ...

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Exscientia Announces Second Molecule Created Using AI From Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma Collaboration to Enter Phase 1 Clinical Trial

May 14, 2021, by Business Wire Technology News

OXFORD, England–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Exscientia Ltd. (Headquarters: Oxford, UK; CEO: Andrew Hopkins) is pleased to acknowledge that Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma Co., Ltd. (Head office: Osaka, Japan, Representative ...

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SoftBank leads funding that could net up to $525M for Exscientia’s AI drug platform

April 29, 2021, by Amirah Al Idrus

SoftBank leads funding that could net up to $525M for Exscientia’s AI drug platform aalidrus Wed, 04/28/2021 – 09:35

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Exscientia Announces First AI-Designed Immuno-Oncology Drug to Enter Clinical Trials

April 12, 2021, by Business Wire Technology News

OXFORD, England–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Exscientia, a leading artificial intelligence (AI)-driven pharmatech company, today announced the first AI-designed molecule for immuno-oncology to enter human clinical trials. The A2a ...

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5 Q’s for Garry Pairaudeau, Chief Technology Officer of Exscientia

March 11, 2021, by Christophe Carugati

The Center for Data Innovation spoke with Garry Pairaudeau, chief technology officer of Exscientia, a UK-based firm using AI for drug discovery. Pairaudeau discussed how ...

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BlackRock powers Exscientia to $100M series C round to fund autonomous drug design – FierceBiotech

March 5, 2021, by artificial intelligence - Google News

BlackRock powers Exscientia to $100M series C round to fund autonomous drug design  FierceBiotech

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Oxford-based Exscientia uses AI to accelerate delivery of new treatments; gets €3.44M from Gates Foundation

February 16, 2021, by Editorial team

Oxford-based leading pharmatech company Exscientia deploys Artificial Intelligence to drive drug discovery. It is claimed to be a pioneer in using AI to design a ...

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Exscientia, University of Oxford partner to develop medicines targeting neuroinflammation to treat Alzheimer’s disease

February 12, 2021, by www.PharmaBiz.com

Exscientia, a leading AI drug discovery company, has announced its collaboration with the Alzheimer’s Research UK University of Oxford Drug Discovery Institute (ARUK─ODDI) to develop ...

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AI Drug Company Exscientia Raises $60 Million in Series C Funding 

May 26, 2020, by Alex McFarland

The British AI drug development company Exscientia has raised $60 million in a Series C financing round. It was led by Denmark’s Novo Holdings, which ...

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