Moderna, USA, uses Amazon cloud to produce personalised cancer vaccines

▴ Moderna Therapeutics
Amazon web service is playing key role in clinical studies of multiple drugs the firm is looking to produce.

Moderna Therapeutics is working in association with Amazon’s cloud service to deliver a new class of medicines that apply messenger RNA (mRNA). The mRNA is called the software of life. The bio-tech company is conducting clinical trials with mRNA, a single stranded molecule used to make protein in cells.

In an interview with CNBC, Stephane Bancel, CEO of the company explained how Amazon Web Services is playing a central role in the research to create medicines for infectious and rare diseases, and cancer.

Moderna is using Amazon’s loud platform for more than a dozen drug candidates in the pipeline, with seven going through trial studies. The cloud service s used to help speed up the amount if time it takes to get the drugs from research to clinical trials.

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