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Chinese developer to build $1B biotech site in Calif.

BIO SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016

Shanghai-based developer Greenland Holdings -- which has invested $7 billion in US projects -- along with partners Agile Group, Poly Sino Capital and Ping An Trust, will build a $1 billion biotech industrial park in South San Francisco, Calif. Construction should start in mid-2018. San Jose Mercury News (Calif.) (free registration) (08/18) Reuters (08/18)


Pfizer to buy Medivation for $14B

BIO SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

FDA fast-tracks treatment for Alzheimer's from AstraZeneca, Lilly

BIO SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016

DS Biopharma launches spinoff for fibrotic and pulmonary diseases

BIO SmartBrief | Aug 24, 2016

Pfizer's abuse-deterrent opioid painkiller wins FDA nod

BIO SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

Bayer, CRISPR form joint venture Casebia

BIO SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

BARDA awards contract to SAB Biotherapeutics for MERS-CoV drug development

BIO SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2016

Zymeworks receives orphan status for 2 ovarian cancer drugs

BIO SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016

BARDA to fund development of Regeneron's MERS treatment

BIO SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016

Pfizer acquires small-molecule antibiotics from AstraZeneca

BIO SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2016


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