Early disease detection: a collaborative approach

Global biopharmaceutical company UCB is investing £1 billion in research and development, including a new state-of-the-art facility, continuing the UK’s reputation as a world-leading base for global life sciences research and industry. The programme, backed by up to £79 million of government funding, will study five million healthy people in a bid to develop new diagnostic tests using artificial intelligence (AI).

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