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Verily Life Sciences

Verily Life Sciences

Verily Life Sciences is a limited liability company owned by alphabet founded in 2015.

Verily has a mission to make the world’s health data useful to allow people to live longer healthier lives. The company develops tools and devices to collect, organize and activate health data and interventions to prevent and manage disease. Verily partners with partners in life sciences, medical device and government organizations.

Verily is a subsidiary of Alphabet, which is also the parent company of Google. Verily is overseeing plans for a website to help Americans find screening tests for the COVID-19 coronavirus. The project, which will direct people to drive through clinics popping up in parking lots of stores like Target and Walmart, will initially be available to residents in the San Francisco and Silicon Valley area. On March 13, 2020, Verily stated they were in the early stages of developing the tool.


January 2019
Verily Life Sciences raises a $1,000,000,000 venture round from Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and Silver Lake Partners.

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Josh Scott
June 18, 2021
San-Francisco medical device company Verily plans to open a new site dedicated to engineering, data science, and product development in Kitchener-Waterloo.
September 6, 2020
Ars Technica
They are offering services to track employees, arrange tests, and record results.


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