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TSE Explores Drug Discovery – How Are Drugs Developed?

Video   May 21, 2020 | By Laura Elizabeth Lansdowne and Tiffany Quinn, Technology Networks


Laura Elizabeth Lansdowne

Senior Science Writer

Tiffany Quinn

Custom Content Manager

In this episode, we speak with Tomasz Kostrzewski, Director of Biology at CN Bio about how drugs are developed, including the challenges faced when designing and developing a drug, how drug discovery has evolved, and what trends we can expect to see in the future. 

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