In our EuroBiotech roundup this week, Nordic Nanovector delays phase 2b readout, PPF buys big Autolus stake and Poxel shares phase 3 diabetes data. 

The Jeff Kindler-helmed biotech pulled the plug on a planned IPO late last year but now hopes to find investors more amenable to its plans.

The synthetic biology unicorn will use the series E funds to continue building on a cell programming platform it thinks can upend multiple industries.

Spruce's lead drug reduced the level of three hormones overproduced by patients with congenital adrenal hyperplasia, teeing it up for its next trial.

With $46 million, Boundless is using a new understanding of amplification mutatons to create a new class of drugs to fight difficult-to-treat cancers.

Combining inhibitors of KRAS-G12C, mTOR and IGF1R can significantly shrink lung tumors in mice and human cancer cells, a study found.

Moncef Slaoui and his colleagues at Medicxi have taken the wraps off a new oncology startupt hat wants to interrupt cancer cell-to-cell communication.

X4 Pharmaceuticals has a new R&D chief: Renato Skerlj, who founded the company alongside CEO Paula Ragan and biotech luminary Henri Termeer.

Henlius Biotech missed the $477 million goal it set for its IPO, but still made the top five biopharma IPOs this year with its $410 million listing.