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Google sister-company Verily has set up a space on its campus for health tech start-ups

Alphabet‘s Verily wants to be at the center of the medical start-up ecosystem, both literally and figuratively.

The company, formerly known as Google Life Sciences, is now offering entrepreneurs access to its South San Francisco-based lab space, office space, talent and other resources in exchange for equity or cash.

“We want to have cutting-edge tech companies working in health care proximate to us,” said Verily’s business development lead Andrew Harrison.

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