Conshohocken-based non-profit aims to revolutionize biopharma

T.J. SHARPE | December 1, 2016

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What if the next big thing in biopharma wasn’t produced by one of the big pharma companies that line the Northeast corridor between Philadelphia and New York City, but by a whole bunch of them?  Conshohocken-based TransCelerate BioPharma is attempting to accomplish this difficult feat by embracing cooperation instead of competition.

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