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Merck, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, is looking for relevant startups to partner with and co-create new solutions. To do this, the company has established the Merck Accelerator program, which is open for applications now but, perhaps curiously, isn’t really meant to ‘accelerate’ third-party startups as such.
Or, at least, that’s just part of what Merck is offering; the real purpose is to find 12 relevant startups that they can finance – but