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Google's Life Sciences will now be a standalone company under Alphabet, after being Owned by Google X

August 24
8:38 AM 2015

Google's Life Sciences is now a standalone entity that will be a wholly owned subsidiary of Alphabet after being under Google X.

According to Alphabet President Sergey Brin, Google Life Sciences head Andy Conrad would still head the department. In a Google+ post, Brin said only the reporting structure will change, but the goal will still be the same. The team will continue to work with other life sciences companies to transition new technologies from R&D stage to clinical testing. This will enhance the way diseases are detected, prevented, and managed.

Google's Life Sciences is now a standalone entity that will be a wholly owned subsidiary of Alphabet after being under Google X.

According to Alphabet President Sergey Brin, Google Life Sciences head Andy Conrad would still head the department. In a Google+ post, Brin said only the reporting structure will change, but the goal will still be the same. The team will continue to work with other life sciences companies to transition new technologies from R&D stage to clinical testing. This will enhance the way diseases are detected, prevented, and managed.

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