5 Cambridge biotech companies to watch

These are just some of the 440 innovative life sciences companies in or around Cambridge.

by Adam Gale


Transgenic monoclonal antibodies
Funding: $229.4m

Sanger Institute spinout Kymab genetically engineers mice to produce human antibodies against diseases as diverse as cancer, atopic dermatitis and anaemia. Fuelled by funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, it’s also working on promising novel vaccines against malaria and HIV.


Bispecific antibodies
$56m in venture capital; $200m in revenues and non-dilutive capital

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