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Start Codon partners with Clustermarket and Science Entrepreneur Club to support life science and healthcare start-ups

Founded in April 2019, Start Codon aims to identify and recruit high potential life science and healthcare companies from across the UK and beyond, provide seed-funding, and leverage the worldclass resources of the Cambridge Cluster to reduce risk and prepare them for a successful Series A fundraise. Under the terms of the partnership agreements, Clustermarket will provide Start Codon’s companies with guided access to their leading online equipment sharing platform and a dedicated field application specialist, and Science Entrepreneur Club will help to identify and connect Start Codon with the highest potential life science and healthcare companies across the UK.

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Biotarget Competition: Speeding up the race to beat cancer

There is an urgent need to develop novel drugs and technologies for the treatment of cancer, tackling problems of low efficacy of current drugs and high patient mortality. On the 11th June the Science Entrepreneur Club, in collaboration with Arctoris, Clustermarket and Insilico Medicine, and the support of Cancer Research UK, hosted the first Biotarget competition to promote early-stage start-ups that are developing new strategies to fuel the fight against cancer.

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Scientists enter research collaboration to outsmart cancer

Cancer is a disease that afflicts an alarming number of people, with one in two being diagnosed with a type of cancer during their lifetime. The global cancer burden has risen to 18.1 million people in 2018, which makes cancer one of the leading causes of death worldwide. While clinical developments and advances in early detection and treatment have already changed the lives of many people suffering from this disease, there is still a tremendous need to develop new knowledge and make new breakthroughs in cancer drug discovery and development.

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Building a life science entrepreneur community for the age of biology

London, United Kingdom - A group of students, entrepreneurs and industry professionals from the Golden Triangle have launched the Science Entrepreneur Club (SEC), a non-profit organisation, aiming to boost innovation by uniting the key stakeholders in the life science industry. The SEC provides scientific entrepreneurs with a revolutionary network and platform to showcase their innovative technologies, accelerate their company and find investors.

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