Biosimulation market to inspire a growth up to $4.4Bn by 2025

In Asia Pacific, this growth would get backed by changing market scenario in countries like India, China, Australia, Japan, South Korea, and others. Investments for such industries are on the rise in these countries


New Delhi: Global biosimulation market has substantial growth opportunities and can register a surge by 15.9% CAGR over a period covering 2019 to 2025. A report by Market Research Future (MRFR) suggests that the process could lead to a valuation of USD 4.4 Billion by 2025.

Biosimulation is a kind of tool that has substantial use in creating predictive models of various clinical trials that find significant usage in the efforts for innovation and new drug development. Increasing investment from pharmaceutical companies, improved infrastructure, better performance from developing countries, the inclusion of latest technologies, increasing use of pharmacokinetic & pharmacodynamic modeling to deliver better results during pre-clinical development, and others are going to ensure a strong growth for the market. However, its high installation cost and lack of expert operators can deter the market from having a smooth growth.

Regional Analysis

Global market for biosimulation is getting ample acknowledgment from the American market. The regional market has the opportunity to lead the global front. North and South America are two distinct parts of which the North is doing great due to the presence of countries like the US and Canada. Both these countries are investing hard to improve their research sector and create scope for growth. Various life science-related research facilities, biological studies, agriculture, healthcare, and others are providing scope for the expansion of the biosimulation industry. Pharmaceutical companies are also investing much to ensure a better growth rate for the market as biosimulation inclusion to develop better drugs is quite noteworthy.

In Europe, the growth of this market would be prominent as several organizations would focus more on the research and development sector in the coming years. The presence of a high number of associated companies is also going to help the growth of this regional market. In Asia Pacific, this growth would get backed by changing market scenario in countries like India, China, Australia, Japan, South Korea, and others. Investments for such industries are on the rise in these countries.


The global market for biosimulation can be studied better on the basis of a segmentation that includes product, application, end user, and delivery model. This segmentation allows an easy understanding of how the market is slated to grow, which would facilitate strategic moves.

By product, the global report on the biosimulation can be segmented by software and services. The software segment can be further segmented into molecular modeling, toxicity prediction software, trial design software, PK/PD (pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic) modeling & simulation software, and simulation software, PBPK (physiologically based pharmacokinetic) modeling and simulation software, and others. The services segment includes in-house services and contract services. The software segment has the maximum market share as various research organizations are increasing the inclusion of such procedures.

By application, the global market can be segmented on the basis of drug discovery, drug development, and others. The drug development segment has a larger market share and the rising adoption of biosimulation tools is fueling its growth.

By delivery model, the report on the biosimulation market can be segmented into subscription models and ownership models.

By end users, the global biosimulation market report includes regulatory authorities, pharmaceutical & biotechnology companies, research institutes, contract research organizations, and others. Various companies are showing a tendency of adopting inorganic growth strategies, which may boost the pharmaceutical & biotechnologies segment.

Competitive Landscape

The global biosimulation market is getting ample attention from several profit-seeking companies. MRFR’s listing of these companies on the basis of their performance and ability to influence the market is also supported by the inclusion of their latest performance recordings. These companies are Simulation Plus (US), Dassault Systèmes (France), Certara USA, Inc. (US), Physiomics (UK), Schrödinger (US), Chemical Computing Group (Canada), Advanced Chemistry Development, Inc. (Canada), In Silico Biosciences (US), Nuventra Pharma (US), Rosa (US), Genedata AG (Switzerland), LeadScope, Inc. (US), Evidera (US), Leadinvent Technologies (India), and INOSIM Software GmbH (Germany).

In August 2019, Verisim Life revealed that they depend on AI-powered biosimulation for the development of drugs and do not cause any harm to animals.