iBio (IBIO) Rises 8.59% on August 5

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iBio Inc (NYSE: IBIO) has gained $0.0213 (8.59%) and sits at $0.27, as of 11:57:59 est on August 5.

732,980 shares have been traded today.

The Company has risen 10.48% over the last 5 days and shares have risen 5.85% over the last 30 days.

iBio anticipates its next earnings on 2022-09-26.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on iBio visit the company profile.

About iBio Inc

iBio is a global leader in plant-based biologics manufacturing. Its FastPharming® System combines vertical farming, automated hydroponics, and novel glycosylation technologies to rapidly deliver high-quality monoclonal antibodies, vaccines, bioinks and other proteins. iBio is developing proprietary products on the FastPharming Platform, which include biopharmaceuticals for the treatment of fibrotic and infectious diseases, amongst others. The Company's subsidiary, iBio CDMO LLC, provides FastPharming Contract Development and Manufacturing Services, including Glycaneering™ Development Services for advanced recombinant protein design.

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