Topic: biotech cloud computing
Microsoft is bringing its coding skills to bear on biotech, with the goal of building a platform for programming the biology of living cells.
Parexel unveils several new patient-centric solutions using its Perceptive Cloud platform and leveraging its relationship with Microsoft.
Accenture and Merck are partnering with Amazon Web Services to create a cloud-based drug development research platform.
Pfizer expanded its work with XtalPi to develop an AI platform to model small-molecule drugs as part of its discovery and development efforts.
Intel has signed Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Ontario Institute for Cancer Research up to its Collaborative Cancer Cloud. The cancer institutes join Oregon Health & Science University on the cloud platform, which Intel has designed to facilitate the large-scale sharing of patient data without compromising privacy or security.